We are beyond thankful for the voices of influence in our community talking about how pornography impacts teens and children. This special news investigation is the first in an important series by Nashville’s Fox17. Click here to read more.
The young woman’s story in the news piece is one we have heard many times from parents. Sadly, first exposure to porn is often MUCH younger than 12, which leads to even greater problems!
One important clarification to note: Bark does monitor social media, but it can not filter it. It can tell you if your child searches for “#topless” on Instagram but it can not block those search results. Nothing can, in fact, because social media is proprietary software that does not allow third party vendors to change or block their content. Try Bark for free and learn all of the ins and outs so you can see what it offers!
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