Lebanon Reporter

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September 13, 2012

No surprise to find kids wading into digital swamp

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"I rarely say 'parents must.' But in the book I just finished, I said parents must talk to children about pornography."

"You used to have to go to the other side of town to go to the video store. That was a statement by our society. There were a lot of physical barriers. And that's all gone now, there are no physical barriers between the child and adult world."

The DeMatha players betrayed the school's strict moral code, humiliated their families, undermined their team and put their futures at risk.

We talk to them about saying no to drugs, drinking, and texting and driving.

But when it comes to talking about online sex, too many parents clam up.

Those days are over.

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