The issue of Internet pornography and its potential to harm children is, in our view, of utmost importance. Yet it receives scant attention.
A report released in March last year by the Witherspoon Institute found that today's consumption of pornography fuels the breakdown of families, the abuse of children and the desensitising of [children] to more deviant, graphic and bizarre types of pornography. As the study found, pornography is deforming the sexual development of young viewers and is used to exploit children and adolescents".
Consequently, is taking the unprecedented step of moving information on this website about other child hazards into our archives, (where it can still be accessed by visitors to this website). This will enable us to address the threat of Internet porn in greater detail, showing its potential to harm our children and what needs to be done.
Is Internet pornography the new crack cocaine?
Research shows that our children are in serious danger of addiction to this largely unrecognised, unregulated and underestimated 'drug'. For many, it is already too late.
Internet pornography, poor nutrition, toxic food additives, risky vaccinations, bullying, pesticides, mobile phone and mast radiation - these and many other modern-day hazards can lead to our children being physically, emotionally and psychologically damaged. The prospect of an entire generation of British children, already described as being among the unhappiest and unhealthiest in Western Europe, being damaged further with little or no preventative action, is totally unacceptable.
aims to give you information, not always readily available, about these hazards to help you make the right decisions for your children.
has no connection with any pharmaceutical company, medical organisation, governmental department or any other official organisation. We rely entirely on public donations to fund our work and especially appreciate the generosity of Triffpix ("Pictures for Pleasure") (www.triffpix.co.uk) which is donating all the proceeds from the sale of its beautiful scenic pictures to us.
To find out more, visit the link: www.triffpix.co.uk.
We provide material obtained from a wide range of sources, and links to other sites dedicated to the task of informing and educating. And because the issues that we address are growing in urgency and complexity, we will be adding more information to this website as it becomes available. As we identify the problems and the solutions, we will make sure you get to know first.
It's time to take notice. The health and well-being of your children depend on it.
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