Parents Beware: This Cartoon ‘Game’ Site Lures Kids to Porn

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I’ve spent a lot of time writing articles warning parents to protect their kids from porn. I’ve told you how easily it can be found, and how dangerous it is to your kids’ present AND future. But now I’m telling you another undeniable truth about the porn industry: they are purposely trying to lure your kids into porn—and I’ve got undeniable proof, thanks to this article by the folks at Protect Young Minds, which profiles the online game site Funny-Games.biz.

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When you first go to this site, it looks like any other cheesy online game site for kids. The first thing you see is cheerful comic sans font  saying “Funny-Games.biz is #1 site for your online entertainment! You can play over 5500 flash games, shockwave free online games here. Enjoy your stay!” and what looks like a Pokémon ad. When I was trying to copy and paste the words in italics above from Funny-Games.biz, I accidentally clicked on the Pokémon ad, and…IT’S NOT A POKEMON AD. It took me to another website full of ADULT games with EXPLICIT names. So, without even trying, I’ve already accessed nasty adult content from a site that *looks* like it’s made for kids.

Protect Young Minds says of their experience with the site:

A kid can find games like “Pokemon Tower Defense” and “Super Mario Flash.”  There are sports games, arcade games, multiplayer games and more! It’s a cartoon game one-stop free shop! A parent glancing at this site could easily be led to believe that it is entirely appropriate for kids.

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But just read the fine print under the fake Pokémon ad (that’s what’s there today, I am assuming the ad changes) and you’ll see it says right there, “In this game zone you’ll find a lot of game demos, free game to play online, free arcade game, pool game, word game casino games, football game as well as 2000+ adult free sex games, bingo game.”

“Adult free sex games” has a hidden hyperlink that will take you to seriously adult content on Funny-Games.biz. All your kid has to do is click. It could easily happen accidentally, if not because of natural curiosity. If your child DOES click on that hidden hyperlink? Here’s what they will see, and these are just some of the titles I can print. Many others use much more gruesome adult language.

  •       Sex with a Giant
  •       Submissive Housemaid
  •       School of Rape
  •       Super Deep Throat Full
  •       Student and Teacher
  •       Trapped Girl
  •       Hentai Deep Anal Sex
  •       Alien Tentacle Sex

I personally did not venture any further down this porn rabbit hole. I had seen enough. But the advocates at Protect Young Minds went even a step further to find out what ELSE your child can get into through Funny-Games.biz. They say,

Of course, if this website is not enough, there is a link at the bottom that leads to even more varieties of porn.  This link would allow a child to play games like Foursome Adventure and Reverse Gang Bang. Why am I telling you all this? To help you understand that the porn industry is targeting your kids!  It is worth noting that according to an Australian news article, “nine out of 10 other sites owned by the Funny-Games proprietor are adult sex sites.” This porn business deliberately created the Funny-Games decoy to be used in their hunt for unsuspecting youngsters.

Parents, this is serious business. Porn can impact your kids’ future sexual health, their marriage, their body image, and SO much more. And because it is SUCH an addictive and lucrative business, the porn industry wants to start them YOUNG and get some lifelong customers.

Please, please be vigilant. Install filters on your Internet. Establish rules about when and where your kids can use the Internet (no closed doors, set hours, etc.) And know what kind of filters their friends’ families have on THEIR internet.

For more information and resources on how to protect your kids from porn, please check out the resources page at Protect Young Minds!

 


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Jenny Rapson
Jenny Rapson is a follower of Christ, a wife and mom of three from Ohio and a freelance writer and editor. You can find her at her blog, Mommin' It Up, or follow her on Twitter.