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Animal Videos: The best formats are screenshots from animal videos - invest!
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Animal Videos: Leave animal videos alone...

Leave animal videos alone...

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Animal Videos: even in animal videos...

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Animal Videos: JUDGING ME!...for watching too many cute animal videos and not spending all my time petting them.
Animal Videos: JUDGING ME!...for watching too many cute animal videos and not spending all my time petting them.

JUDGING ME!...for watching too many cute animal videos and not spending all my time petting them.

Animal Videos: August 5 at 3:49 PM I would greatly appreciate non shaming and or Radical Unschooling answers only please, if I want mainstream answers I will join one of those groups. I get shamed enough for my choices, I don't need that here. We recently got our 7 year old a cell phone. She has been asking for about 2 years (techy girl) but we couldn't afford it and she already had access to the internet via her own tablet and to my phone to call relatives (her only phone contact interests at that time) and we had landlinefor a time None of this part is of my current concern at all but a bit of back story I feel necessary to understand how we got here: About 2 months ago before we got her the phone she started asking to stay up later - we've always had a sort of house shut down time because her dad gets up at 5 am for work and we have an old creaky house and we're all light sleepers so we just kind of shuffled off to our own spaces as the night wore on with the occasional family late night. As well until recently she would wake at 7am no matter what time she fell asleep so staying up late never worked in the past but she seems to have grown out of that now and sleeps in if up late. During the summer we all seem to go to bed later and so it was no surprise that as she grew she would be interested is staying up later than us. Now that she's fairly independent and not afraid to be up late while we're asleep etc we decided to try it, letting her know that we want to and often must go to bed earlier to be able to get up to be somewhere on time in the morning. As well, we need a quiet time that works for all of us so there have been kinks but we've ironed them out and she's content staying up on her tablet or quietly playing in her room. My concern began with this phone she got 3 days ago. Since getting it she's not watching netflix or youtube on her tablet because, well, new phone! This morning she was confused about how late she may have stayed up and her and I joked that she may have been up all night. I mentioned that we could look at her browsing history for the time stamp to see the last time she accessed something if she really wanted to know and she said yes. I was shocked at what I saw. All porn, every bit. The only way I can think this happened is that she was perhaps watching a you tube video (typically music, animal videos, song parodys, and cartoon clips) and maybe accidentally hit a link in the comments for the videos which led to a porn site. There were no you tube videos in the history as they don't show in google history on android phones unless you're signed into a you tube account, which her phone is not yet so she was just accessing it through the app without signing in. So I was unable to see which video may have led to the porn. I know she was watching one her her often watched youtube channels before I went to bed. She cannot read or write sentences yet and typically does her internet searches through voice prompts also so perhaps her new device heard her wrong as many of the sites had a combination of the words "you" and "porn" in them and she does not know what the word "porn" means. I am certain she didn't seek out these pages as none of these adult subjects are ever on her radar and she has never expressed curiosity on the subject of sex. I was waiting for all that to unfold naturally. I asked her if she stumbled on anything she was confused about last night and she said, "no, why". I explained that the search engine history suggested that she may have stumbled on some things that could have been confusing. The conversation dropped off there and talking any further just seemed to confuse her more. I really don't think she understood what she saw. So perhaps this is the unfolding now that it seems she stumbled into it - perhaps this is my cue that it's time to have a talk about what all that is but she was super uncomfortable talking about it what she saw and she is only 7. All my fears tell me to shield her from this, install apps and blocks and monitors of some sort to stop her from seeing this stuff because a good lot of it is crass and degrading and then I remember how liberal I am and the attachment parenting into RU style that we have honed in over the years/our openness and honesty on all subjects but I am truly lost here. When I was a kid we ran into pornography regularly typically magazines not well hidden by older sisters, brothers, or parents. Heck, we even found a healthy supply in the woods by our house when I was the same age. But magazines were limited on what they could publish and unlike today my parents didn't have to worry about some guy contacting me through a magazine. How can I have a serious convo with her about internet safety while still allowing her to explore or should I just fin way to keep her from these sites for now? It se that limiting her access to these sites results in limiting much of her access in general because parental controls nix everything that even has a swear word and we don't edit our speech in our home so that would be very limiting. Her tablet came with parental controls like that which we took off and this has never happened on the tablet. Maybe now that she's obviously seen some things via the internet its time for a book that explains the facts? This just seems so suggestive/unnatural since she's not actually asking me to facilitate her learning on the subject of sex or even showing an interest in the viewing of bodies. How have some of you RU'ers handled this? D13 136 Comments O Comment Like View 8 more comments 50 of 59 7yo porn addict, what do we do?!
Animal Videos: August 5 at 3:49 PM
 I would greatly appreciate non shaming and or Radical Unschooling answers
 only please, if I want mainstream answers I will join one of those groups. I
 get shamed enough for my choices, I don't need that here.
 We recently got our 7 year old a cell phone. She has been asking for about 2
 years (techy girl) but we couldn't afford it and she already had access to the
 internet via her own tablet and to my phone to call relatives (her only phone
 contact interests at that time) and we had landlinefor a time
 None of this part is of my current concern at all but a bit of back story I feel
 necessary to understand how we got here: About 2 months ago before we
 got her the phone she started asking to stay up later - we've always had a
 sort of house shut down time because her dad gets up at 5 am for work and
 we have an old creaky house and we're all light sleepers so we just kind of
 shuffled off to our own spaces as the night wore on with the occasional
 family late night. As well until recently she would wake at 7am no matter
 what time she fell asleep so staying up late never worked in the past but she
 seems to have grown out of that now and sleeps in if up late. During the
 summer we all seem to go to bed later and so it was no surprise that as she
 grew she would be interested is staying up later than us. Now that she's
 fairly independent and not afraid to be up late while we're asleep etc we
 decided to try it, letting her know that we want to and often must go to bed
 earlier to be able to get up to be somewhere on time in the morning. As well,
 we need a quiet time that works for all of us so there have been kinks but
 we've ironed them out and she's content staying up on her tablet or quietly
 playing in her room.
 My concern began with this phone she got 3 days ago. Since getting it she's
 not watching netflix or youtube on her tablet because, well, new phone! This
 morning she was confused about how late she may have stayed up and her
 and I joked that she may have been up all night. I mentioned that we could
 look at her browsing history for the time stamp to see the last time she
 accessed something if she really wanted to know and she said yes. I was
 shocked at what I saw. All porn, every bit. The only way I can think this
 happened is that she was perhaps watching a you tube video (typically
 music, animal videos, song parodys, and cartoon clips) and maybe
 accidentally hit a link in the comments for the videos which led to a porn site.
 There were no you tube videos in the history as they don't show in google
 history on android phones unless you're signed into a you tube account,
 which her phone is not yet so she was just accessing it through the app
 without signing in. So I was unable to see which video may have led to the
 porn. I know she was watching one her her often watched youtube channels
 before I went to bed. She cannot read or write sentences yet and typically
 does her internet searches through voice prompts also so perhaps her new
 device heard her wrong as many of the sites had a combination of the words
 "you" and "porn" in them and she does not know what the word "porn"
 means. I am certain she didn't seek out these pages as none of these adult
 subjects are ever on her radar and she has never expressed curiosity on the
 subject of sex. I was waiting for all that to unfold naturally. I asked her if she
 stumbled on anything she was confused about last night and she said, "no,
 why". I explained that the search engine history suggested that she may
 have stumbled on some things that could have been confusing. The
 conversation dropped off there and talking any further just seemed to
 confuse her more. I really don't think she understood what she saw. So
 perhaps this is the unfolding now that it seems she stumbled into it - perhaps
 this is my cue that it's time to have a talk about what all that is but she was
 super uncomfortable talking about it what she saw and she is only 7. All my
 fears tell me to shield her from this, install apps and blocks and monitors of
 some sort to stop her from seeing this stuff because a good lot of it is crass
 and degrading and then I remember how liberal I am and the attachment
 parenting into RU style that we have honed in over the years/our openness
 and honesty on all subjects but I am truly lost here. When I was a kid we ran
 into pornography regularly typically magazines not well hidden by older
 sisters, brothers, or parents. Heck, we even found a healthy supply in the
 woods by our house when I was the same age. But magazines were limited
 on what they could publish and unlike today my parents didn't have to worry
 about some guy contacting me through a magazine. How can I have a
 serious convo with her about internet safety while still allowing her to explore
 or should I just fin
 way to keep her from these sites for now? It se
 that limiting her access to these sites results in limiting much of her access
 in general because parental controls nix everything that even has a swear
 word and we don't edit our speech in our home so that would be very
 limiting. Her tablet came with parental controls like that which we took off
 and this has never happened on the tablet. Maybe now that she's obviously
 seen some things via the internet its time for a book that explains the facts?
 This just seems so suggestive/unnatural since she's not actually asking me
 to facilitate her learning on the subject of sex or even showing an interest in
 the viewing of bodies. How have some of you RU'ers handled this?
 D13
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