Mom Finds Gay Porn On 10-year-old’s iPhone, Condemns Homosexuality As Unnatural

Would you buy your child a $600 iPhone and trust them to only use the internet for child-friendly sites and searches?

A devoutly religious mother has just found out that her naturally curious 10-year-old son has been using his iPhone for gay-related internet searches.

The horrified mother shared her account of the incident on the religious news website lifesitenews.com.

Abby says she would periodically check the search history of her son every few weeks. One day she searched his browser history and found a search for “underwear mod for Minecraft.” “Presumably because he thought it would be hilarious to see Steve walking around in his underpants,” Abby writes.

That seemingly innocuous search obviously brought up tangentially related results he wasn’t prepared to see, and his search terms quickly shifted in a more disturbing direction. “Naked people.” “Naked boys.” “Naked men.” “What is gay?” The browser history was even worse – search terms like that naturally led him straight to the bowels of the internet – including a porn video that traumatized me just by reading the title. I didn’t have the heart to watch it, but knowing my little boy probably had – I was shattered.

What did Abby do after her ‘troubling’ discovery? She confronted her son and explained that homosexuality is unnatural and not “something God wants.”

Abby writes:

When he got home, I sat him down and confronted him, gently, about what I’d found. He instantly broke down in tears, heaving sobs of the kind I hadn’t seen him cry since he was small enough to climb up onto my lap for comfort. At five feet-plus and 75 pounds, lap-sitting wasn’t an option, so I just gathered him into my arms and held him until he was calm enough to speak. What he told me broke my heart all over again.

“I don’t know what I was thinking,” he said, between gasping sobs. “I wish I had never seen any of those things. I can’t get them out of my head. I want them out of my head. I don’t know what to do.”

We talked for a long time. I told him that what he had seen wasn’t normal, wasn’t real sexuality. I explained, for the first time, in explicit but appropriate terms, exactly what sex is and what it is for, and that it’s something God wants us to save for marriage so that all the babies who come from sex will have moms and dads to love them and raise them. I asked him if he thought he was gay. He said he didn’t know. I pointed out that all his crushes have been on girls, and that seemed to reassure him. I told him it was normal to be curious about people’s bodies and about sex, but that if he ever has questions, he needs to ask me or his dad, not Siri or Google.

As a side note, my natural curiosity and attraction for the same-sex began when I was about 7-years-old. Several of my friends and colleagues became aware of their sexual orientations around the same age.

Obviously, exposing a child to extreme hardcore pornography of any kind is obviously not the ideal situation for a parent. But the worst thing to do is to immediate confront them and tell them homosexuality is unnatural and not a “real sexuality.”

You are only setting them up for years of counseling and therapy.


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