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Online pornography remains an important topic even after Safer Internet Day. Information, tips and advice on various materials can be found in the topic area or on the Safer Internet Day 2024 website.
If every person has his own facts and constructs his own reality, then it is no longer possible to communicate about problems in a society and search for common solutions.
Addiction develops in the brain's reward system, so it doesn't matter whether you smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, play computer games excessively or use social media. Often, addiction develops quite unnoticed. The good news is that computer game addiction is easily treatable!
We must not leave children alone with their online experiences. Actively accompany the media use of children and young people. Regularly ask them about current trends and challenges or which channels and influencers they follow. At klicksafe you will find suitable information, tips and conversation starters.
Porn is not a children's program. Children need protection, young people need competence, parents need guidance.
We cannot prevent children and young people from coming into contact with pornographic content. But we can change whether this is the first information they receive on the subject of sexuality and whether they have a framework for classifying it.
#FactProtect is important because with facts we understand, learn and know more and can better classify. A life with facts is worthwhile - committed to the truth.
Many young people have already seen porn but have never held hands. Premature porn consumption can lead to young people feeling insecure or having unrealistic ideas about sexuality.