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How to Block Porn on Kids’ iPhones

May 24, 2015
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Interest in sex and sexual topics is very common for children, especially teenagers. Our society is saturated with sexuality: you can see sexual advertisements, watch sexual musical videos, and even hear about sex on the radio. No wonder our children are merely obsessed with it. The question is should we set iPhone 18+ blocker on our children’s phones or should we simply let it go?

According to the latest studies, the percentage of kids, who intentionally watch explicit videos, has increased by 15% over the last year. The reasons why children look at restricted content are not limited, they generally have an intention to look cool, show independence, and simply being curios.

There is a point in saying that watching pornography is harmful for your child. It can built an unnatural idea of sexuality and change a normal attitude towards women and marriage. Nevertheless, you should be very careful, if you notice your child watching 18+ videos. Your reaction can have more impact than the exposure itself. It is important to understand that although explicit content is harmful, it is not a crime. Thus, you shouldn’t overreact. At the same time, it does requires some action.

Child or violent XXX videos is a completely different story. If you catch your child watching it, this is the most vivid sign that you should react.

The easiest yet most effective method to distract your child from explicit videos is to block 18+ content on iPhone your child uses. It is said that children spend around 3 hours online, with 90% of this time via their cell phones. iPhone XXX block allows you to prohibit the access to several websites that contain 18+ content. In addition, iPhone blocker gives you an access to all applications. You can decide whether your kid is allowed to download and use such apps.

Unfortunately, videos and applications are not the only to contain adult content. Chatting, more commonly known among teenagers as sexting, involves sexual messages and photo exchanging. The risk groups are children of 11-17 years. They are said to be sexting on a daily basis. Setting iPhone 18+ filter will give you an access to all chats, applications, websites and emails. You can also use bad-words blocker that will signal each time your kid is using a curse word or a word of sexual character.

Rachel Fowlers
Rachel Flowers is a journalist with a big passion for technologies. She has recently graduated from San Francisco State University and sees herself as a freelance writer. She enjoys blogging about computer and mobile technologies as well as different software. In her free time, she learns coding and foreign languages. Contact .
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