Talking to a child about pornography might not be a conversation most parents think of having. However, by the age of sixteen, 90% of kids have looked at porn. Dr. Lisa Damour explains that kids' interest in sex is normal and part of healthy development. But she also explains how porn can be traumatic and confusing to kids and teens who encounter it. How do you approach the conversation and at what age should you start discussing it? Reena asks for tips on how to make these talks less uncomfortable.
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Lisa's NYT article: How to Talk to Your Teenager About Pornography
Shafia Zaloom's NYT article: Kids Are Watching Pornography. Here's How to Talk About It
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