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Managing Sex, Kids, and The Internet: Net Nanny


The Internet has created a way for adults to explore sexuality in many different ways, but it’s also created a struggle for parents. Parents of X & Y generations were the first to be exposed to the internet, and now they’re now the first generation to learn how to monitor the internet for children of younger generations.

xnet-nanny_149948-jpg-pagespeed-ic-frcq3h3qqThe Net Nanny is a software that can be downloaded on 1 device and up to 10 different devices that helps parents monitor the internet, control time management, mask profanity, check on usage from any device connected to an internet, block pornography and receive alerts and reports about the online activity of children.

25 years ago, sex was something discussed amongst peers, learned from parents, or books if learned about at all. Pornography was in the form of magazines, and the librarian monitored the use of adult books in the library. Today, The Internet has made it quite difficult for parents to monitor the content their children are exposed to, including sex-related topics, including pornography, and information regarding sex and sexual functioning based in opinion rather than research.

The Net Nanny gives X & Y generation parents the ability to monitor their children, and their exposure to sex. The only thing is, this doesn’t change their curiosity!  Make sure to continue sex education, provide them with age appropriate books regarding sexual development, and always leave open spaces for children to feel safe to ask questions and receive answers from individuals they can trust.


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  1. Do you really like this product? Easy to use??

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