Re: restricting sex oriented material

From: Steve Green <>
Date: Wed, 04 Jun 1997 17:46:42 +1000

At 15:16 4/06/97 +0800, Paul Rolfe wrote:
>At 04:29 PM 4/06/97 +1000, you wrote:
>>On 4/6/97, Paul Rolfe wrote:
>>>At 02:09 PM 4/06/97 +0800, you wrote:
>>>I was more implying for lower grade schools, where the parents may be
>>>concerned as to what little Johnny is managing to find on the net at
>>Then parents should spend the same money on supervision that is wasted on
>>trying ineffectively to block out the naughty bits. Education works, whereas
>>censorship doesn't.
>Parents cannot supervise their kids whilst at school, and it is very hard
>for a single teacher to police 15 or 20 kids on individual machines.

Kids will find this stuff if they want to. We cannot prevent it. All we can
do as parents is assure them that sex is an OK thing to do and that they
shouldn't get hung up about it.

Steve Green
Received on Wed Jun 04 1997 - 01:06:26 MDT

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