No, it shouldn't. Parents should do their jobs and protect their children. I don't want my children to see the things I've seen on the internet. But it's no one's job to protect them but me. <br />
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Besides, long before the internet, kids were getting their hands on ***********. It just so happens that it's easier to get to nowadays. <br />
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Still, why ruin it for everyone else because of parents that can't control their offspring?

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Thanks!

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No *********** should not be banned from the internet! society should accept that this is part of life! <br />
if children are reared properly it would have very little negative affect on them! It's because we don't educate our children from day one! We wait till puberty then panic! and shout ban ****! <br />
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HOW OLD CAN YOUR CHILDREN BE IF YOU ARE 18-21; HOW IS YOUR INTEGRITY?

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Already said i am not 18-21, i just put that because like all 50 year old men, i have the playful boyish silly mind of a 18 year old.

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sorry.but!
" just saying because my son his friends and my friends children have all mostly seen *********** and i dont like how they talk about it and share video names, I wonder if it should be banned completely from the internet?"
the son you were speaking about must have been you age!
SORRY AGAIN

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nope<br />
people should be able to watch what they like<br />
if we ban one thing because a group doesn't like it, then the next group comes out with their dislike and we ban something else. Then more and more groups get more and more things banned and soon - well, let's just say we wond up with a police state where even thought is controlled. circa 1984<br />
parents need to uuse a bit of discretion in allowing their own kids access to things on the internet and if you are open minded enough to not place too many controls on their online exploring then be prepared to discuss openly and honeslty what they are discovering so they know how life works.

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So what? You're afraid that they'll have sex?

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In an ideal world with ideal people yes. But neither exists. I don't like ****. If your son feels free to talk about it in front of you, then you need to talk to him about how disrespectful both the **** and his actions are. <br />
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**** largely exploits women, teaches dysfunctional and disrespectful ways of relating to the opposite sex, and encourages sexual assault, which is why I oppose it. From here, you can crawl into a very deep gutter I don't care to venture down. <br />
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On the other hand, it demystifies sex for teens so they aren't working under the old myths that it will make hair grown on your palm, and that it is an inherently dirty act. It allows them to be more informed about their bodies, the realities of sex, and even explore their sexual identity before actually becoming involved with another person - for better or worse.<br />
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Another thing people don't think about, is Peeping Toms. When I was a kid, you would hear about one being caught every couple of months. Now, it is a rarity. They are on line instead of sneaking around peoples back yards.<br />
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There are no simple answers. Good luck with your son.

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