‘Mother-Son Sex Videos’ Is a Top Search Term On My Christian Website Every Day

Parents, now more than ever, we have to protect our kids from and talk to them about pornography. And this is URGENT.

In my job as editor of For Every Mom, I have written about and published other authors’ posts about pornography many times. I have written about how we have to talk to our kids about it, shield them from it, and speak out against it. However, recently I have begun to feel that we haven’t even hit the tip of the iceberg on this topic, and I’ve felt an urgency to share with you a new and troubling trend in pornography that is being sought out by internet users.

I use Google analytics so I can see not only how many people are looking at For Every Mom, but also, in real-time, I can see what keywords they have Google searched for to find the site. MULTIPLE times a day, every day, I see that people have found my site by searching for porn that involves a parent having sex with a child.


Screen shot taken from the Google Analytics for ForEveryMom.com on March 14, 2017.

Let me repeat: Every day, multiple times a day, I see keyword searches like this, people searching for a parent having sex with a child, that people search the internet for and land on this website. (Thankfully they have found their way to THIS website, and maybe what they read here encourages them to seek help for their porn addiction! I can only hope and pray.)

I think you’ll agree with me that people searching the internet for videos of mothers having sex with their children aren’t exactly the goofy 13-year-olds of days gone by trying to get a peek at a Playboy Magazine.

This is deviant sexual behavior that is leading to the trafficking and abuse of women and children. And if I’m seeing multiple searches for it a day landing on one website, on one TINY corner of the internet, how many hundreds of thousands of searches for this stuff are ACTUALLY occurring each day?

Porn is addictive, and studies have shown that once you start looking at it, you will soon need more and more violent/deviant/exotic porn to satisfy your cravings. And that in many cases, just watching it is not enough.

Parents, this is an urgent issue for us because the LARGEST GROUP of internet porn viewers is children aged 12-17.


Photo: YouTube/Fight the New Drug

I can’t emphasize this enough: Pornography is addictive, and it may start out as “normal” porn, but pretty soon that’s not enough and it can get real deviant, real fast.

 

Parents, you don’t just need to protect your kids from predators, you need to protect them FROM BECOMING ONE.

THAT is the new, frightening reason you need to shield your kids from porn. Those people searching for mother and son porn? They were NOT born wanting to see that. But exposure to pornography led them there, and turned their sexual desires into something frightening.

This could easily happen to our kids, if we aren’t careful. Not only do we need to SHIELD our kids from porn, we need to TALK to them about how harmful it is to their beautiful brains and to relationships, so that when they are old enough to be out from under our protections, they WON’T choose it. SO that when a friend tries to show it to them, they will say, “NO!”, so that when an internet search goes wrong, they will click off it immediately and TELL us about it.

Please, be vigilant. If we can stop the demand, we can slow it down. We can stop the demand by educating our kids about it and protecting them from it so when they are adults they won’t choose it.

Here are some resources to educate yourself about how to talk to your kids about porn: Protect Young Minds is a fantastic site and organization, as is Fight the New Drug, whose video on how porn affects the brain I am inserting below.

Moms and dads, it makes me sick to my stomach to even acknowledge this problem exists, much less write an entire article about it. But we CANNOT keep our heads in the sand. Your child’s future and future relationships may depend on you being vigilant and responsible in talking to them about and protecting them from porn. Please, please, please don’t shy away from this. And pray, pray, pray that your child’s future spouse’s parents aren’t shying away from it, either.

I am praying for all of you who read this today, that you will take action on this, and I ask that you do the same for me.

There are lots of “little things” in parenting that we can mess up and it not really matter. THIS is not one of those things. It matters. Let’s end the demand for porn by raising kids who REJECT it.

Jenny Rapson
Jenny Rapson is a follower of Christ, a wife and mom of three from Ohio and the editor of For Every Mom. You can email her at [email protected], or follow her on Twitter.

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