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An occasional peek at pornography or use of pornography for sexual stimulation, according to Toft, is not as much of a mental health concern as are cases where children are obsessed with the material.If the child is looking at pornography for hours at a time, or is collecting it, then you may have a more serious problem that requires professional help.Sometimes it's curiosity, but in many cases -- especially for males past puberty -- it's for stimulation at times when no one else is around.Interest in sex and voyeuristic behavior to satisfy sexual urges are completely normal.Role models Cordelia Anderson, a Minneapolis-based prevention consultant in the field of sexual health, recommends parents counter the messages their kids may see when viewing porn.
"Parents may want to be the main sexuality educator for their children rather than by omission having it be pornography." She said that parents "should think about the messages it contains about gender, equity and sex and sexuality" as well as the "role and expectation of being male or female in this culture, about respect for your partner and sex in the context of a caring respectful relationship, and what kinds of images and practices they want to shape their arousal." Putting it into context It's also important to put the activity into context.After all, you're entering into the child's private space.While having sex involves another person, viewing pornography often involves only the child and the screen.This column isn't about young children or children who accidentally come across unwanted sexual material. The question I want to explore is how a parent should react if they discover their growing child -- typically 12 or older -- is deliberately looking at sexually explicit material on the Internet.Nothing new or unusual First, recognize that there's nothing new about teens looking at such material.When it could be more serious Though it's rare, there are cases where adults have used pornography as part of the grooming process to make the child more susceptible to sexual exploitation.