It started out innocuously enough. In 2012, Apple CEO Steve Jobs was responding to a late-night e-mail about software freedom. Jobs answered that Apple’s standards are meant to liberate consumers, giving three freedoms.

1) “freedom from programs that steal your private data,”

2) “freedom from programs that trash your battery”

3) “freedom from porn.”

Take that! “freedom from porn.” ! He faced tidal waves of opposition for this remark. Some liberals today feel no corelation between Nudity, porn and woman harassment. How will you deny relation with derailed childhood? Look around, you will find ample examples.


The level of exposure of children to porn/sexual (direct/Indirect) exposure, and the young age at which many are viewing this material – accidentally or otherwise – is cause for grave concern.


Symantec’s 2009 study of children online revealed the word ‘porn’ ranked as the fourth most popular search word for children aged 7 and younger, and was in the top 5 words googled by children under 18 (Campbell, 2010)[1].


The explosion of new technologies -> Porn on home computers, laptops, tablets, phones, wifi stores, public place and where not.


When we fail to come to terms with this changing landscape, we leave children vulnerable in ways never-before experienced. Constant stream of hypersexualised imagery and sexual expression that boys and girls are subjected to daily lowers their inhibitions, discourages empathy towards others, and reshapes their sexual aspirations and expression often in risky, violent or unhelpful ways.


Ok, you say don’t blame nudity or filthy Bollywood for woman harassment (Again, that is tomfoolery but I can’t mold your adult mind for this grudge for self-obsession with personal entertainment). What about lost childhood? Do you care for it?


Save Culture, Save Childhood, Save Society, Save Nation. Be a good parent, be a good teacher.

If they don’t stop serving you filthy visuals, you wake up and STOP WATCHING THEM! NOW!

[1] In a society where sexual visuals on screen entertainment is so pervasive, it’s intimidating to face the truth about how it endangers our children, destabilizes our families and distorts our views of sex and one another. It’s easier to shout down the occasional unexpected criticism of pornography than to ponder its validity and change behavior accordingly.