Why Men Look Series, Part III, Kids Looking at Porn

Dr. Yarington notes that kids learn through observation, but adults’ fear and reluctance to discuss pornography and sex with their kids creates more danger, shame and struggle for children. It’s high time that we treat sex education like any other form of education.

Published by EarlY

I have a PhD in literature and criticism and have taught literature, technical, and research writing for over 16 years. I am also a graduate student in social work in my final year. My focus area is with men that suffered past abuse, sex offending against children and with paraphilia. I will also complete my sex therapist certification by next year as well.

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  1. Earl,
    I lost my email account and your address. Just writing to congratulate you on your graduation this week. Hope you enjoy your new clinical job.

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