Jason Lindquist (jlindquist) wrote,
Jason Lindquist

Parents, read this:

Someone asked slashdot what people thought were appropriate restrictions to place on their teenage sons' internet usage. A college chaplain wrote this outstanding response.

The key here is, if your kids do not have the freedom to discover the existance of things you consider "bad" while living under your roof, they will not have the opportunity to discuss it with you then. When they run across such things after they leave home, you will no longer have an opportunity to influence them before they act on what they see.

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