I have previously written articles about how important it is to keep your children away from pornography, but it is a point that I feel I must drive home over and over again. The fact is that pornography is addictive, and even young children who have no idea what they are seeing will be changed by it and will end up craving it. Another sad fact is that children who see it will then act out what they’ve seen with other children, even their own brothers and sisters. Don’t believe me? Well perhaps you’ll believe this sexual assault nurse who works at a large children’s hospital. Her name is Heidi Olson, and she recently wrote a mind-numbing article for the website Protect Young Minds, which you should all subscribe to.
Olson writes that in the past few years, her job duties as a pediatric sexual assault nurse have shown her time and time again that children are sexually assaulting other children. Are simply devastating, but they are also simply through. She writes:
“When I became a SANE nurse, I thought the typical perpetrator was most likely going to be a creepy old man in his 60s who lured kids into his basement with lollipops, but I was so wrong. The biggest age range of perpetrators that I see in my hospital are children. In fact, for the third year in a row, our biggest age range of people committing sexual assaults are children ages 11-15 years old.“