Welcome to the next installment of our series Blocking Porn: Browsers. This is just a small piece of advice for content blocking…
Maybe you’ve noticed that Google removed the popular “accountability” apps Covenant Eyes and Accountable2You from its Play store last week.
If you’re a frequent visitor to my blog, you may have noticed that we’ve added psychological self-assessments. There’s somethings you should know about them
Safe search is used to filter out pornographic content across all types of searches and is available on many of the popular search engines.
If you’re familiar with my blog, you’ll know that I love to write about new sex doll research; I find the topic fascinating and it intersects directly with my work, too.
Content blockers can impact the digital lives that kids lead. They live on their phones: Discord, Snapchat, Instagram, YouTube, BeReal, and TikTok.
There are many ways to block pornography; from narrow, focused methods to broad, restrictive methods. In this installment I’m going to give you an overview…
Set Boundaries, Find Peace by Nedra Glover Tawwab I admit that I am a sucker for any book on boundaries. Nearly all of our clients struggle with boundaries.
Do you have kids? Do you waste time indulging in idleness? Do you have a difficult to control compulsion? There’s lots of reasons to block pornography. Here’s a look at the top 3 reasons to block porn.
For me, the concept of sex dolls is fascinating and when my web guy told me that some people were searching for more information about it, I jumped at the chance to write about them again.