Honest Talk: How to Protect Your Kids From Pornography + How to Talk About It

I recently interviewed Greta Eskridge about something she is passionate about: putting systems into place to protect kids against pornography and how to talk to them about it. Selfishly, I asked her onto the show because this is a topic that I find hard to talk to my kids about–where does a parent even begin?

On the difficult topics, it can be tempting to skim over them, not teaching the hard lessons that are hard to talk about. Who wants to have a discussion about pornography with their teen guys? Not me! But after my conversation with Greta, I felt so much more confident about talking with my kids about pornography. Since gleaning Greta’s tips and wisdom, my husband and I have been able to naturally converse with our kids about this topic without feeling awkward or weird.

This is a must-listen for all parents out there! Keep scrolling to listen to the conversation and check out all the resources Greta provides.

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Having awkward conversations with our kids can be so hard! But needed. Here's how protect kids from pornography and how to talk to them about it too.

How to Protect Kids From Pornography: Timestamps

  • 5:17 – Greta’s journey with speaking out about pornography started here
  • 22:15 – Rules of the home for protecting kids from pornography
  • 29:14 – Tips for opening conversations with kids
  • 39:35 – Advice for parents whose kids have been exposed to pornography
  • 45:46 – What has surprised you about speaking out about pornography?
  • 49:15 – Main Takeaways: be informed, be open, be prepared

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”

– Frederick Douglass


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  1. We can never guarantee anything when it comes to social media or the use of internet, It is best that we try to put limits of how they can use them. Thanks for the tips as well.

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