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30 DAYS OF ADVICE TO HELP YOU STAY PORN FREE

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Get a Filter or get Porn!

by Kevin E. Outland on May 3rd, 2008 in Parents

So your daughter is online
looking for information on the Mayflower for her 5th grade class
project. She types in a web address, accidentally misspells it, hits enter and
WHAM!  She’s looking at a totally
naked guy and girl doing something you hoped you wouldn’t have to explain to
her for a couple more years.  Well,
the sex talk is going to have to take place a little sooner that you hoped
because she’s got questions. 

It’s no surprise this type
of thing happens.  90% of kids, ages
8 to 16, have viewed porn online and it happens most often while they’re doing
their homework.  A simple
misspelled word and a mouse click can send your children into a world of
graphic pornography.  The images
can become seared into their memories and could lead them into a life long
addiction to porn. What can we do to avoid this potential tragic outcome?

Get a filter!  Internet filtering software blocks your
computer from accessing porn and other inappropriate websites.  So when you child misspells a web
address that could lead to porn it stops the offending webpage from
loading.  As I speak to parents at
churches and schools I am amazed at how many of them don’t have Internet
filtering software.  They either
don’t know what it is or just never thought about getting one.  I’ve had several parents tell me they
have the software and when I ask them what they have they tell me Norton
Anti-Virus.  Their computer might
not get a virus but that software doesn’t do one thing to stop their kids from
going to porn sites.  So there’s a
lot of confusion or ignorance about Internet filtering software among parents.
I’ll try to solve that right now.

First, you absolutely need
Internet filtering software if you have an Internet connection in your home. It’s
one of the best things you can do to protect your children from Internet
dangers.  Second, I’ve done all the
research on the various Internet filtering software’s that are available so you
don’t have to.  Third, don’t wait
another minute to get it.

Here’s where to go and
what to get:

If you have a Mac or a PC get this
one: SafeEyes (click here for a free trial)

The software above can do
a lot more than just filter inappropriate websites.  It can block and monitor chat, stop peer-to-peer file
sharing, check email for inappropriate content and so forth.  All great features that you need in
addition to filtering but we’ll talk about these other features later.  Just get the software. If you’re still
reading this stop and download the software.  If you continue reading this I’m going to show up at your
house and download the software for you.  You think I’m kidding.  That’s
me ringing your doorbell.  

 

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