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Search terms for porn bring passed around at primary school

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NCbutillbegoingbacktooldone Thu 13-Jun-19 08:04:15

NC'd for this

So my content blocker alerted me this morning. 11yo DD had put in the words "Jevil Porn" into Google.

FFS,so asking DD about it one if her "friends" told her to go incognito and enter the term.

I'm a bit annoyed (but secretly pleased that my custom blocker caught it), the family of the girl who told my dd to do this are difficult, the dad has happily told me about his porn consumption, including very extreme porn.

This isn't the first time it's happened over the last two years DD has come home from school and tried doing searches that she's been told by classmate not to blab about. And these are the ones that have been caught.

At first I thought it was comming from boys who have older brothers, well the previous occurances have come from a particular boy, but todays, came via a girl.

As always I have that chat with DD, about not doing things her friends tell her to, maybe one day it'll sink in.

The thing that annoyed me was that the instructions were carefully crafted to avoid the default use of a browser to avoid getting caught and that it's very difficult to explain to other parents what their DC has said in the playground.

I guess I should be pleased that I've caught it early before anything really grotesque. It's hard work keeping on top of this.

pollyannaperspective Thu 13-Jun-19 10:19:25

Please let the school know.

YouWhoNeverArrived Thu 13-Jun-19 11:56:01

What is a "jevil"?!

I'd be worried about the wellbeing of the child or children who are telling your DD about this. Definitely talk to the school.

bobstersmum Thu 13-Jun-19 12:09:42

Tell the school today. 11 year old shouldn't even be interested in finding out what porn is.

OkMaybeNot Thu 13-Jun-19 12:12:16

This girl needs safeguarding. You need to tell the school.

Thank god you had a custom blocker on!

Gruzinkerbell1 Thu 13-Jun-19 12:14:55

You should tell the school.

LoafofSellotape Thu 13-Jun-19 12:18:36

Definitely tell the school.

Tell the school today. 11 year old shouldn't even be interested in finding out what porn is

You're very naeive if you think this. The percentage of 11 year olds who have viewed porn is shocking.

LoafofSellotape Thu 13-Jun-19 12:20:15

About 53% of 11- to 16-year-olds have seen explicit material online, nearly all of whom (94%) had seen it by 14, the Middlesex University study says a quick Google.

NCbutillbegoingbacktooldon Thu 13-Jun-19 14:10:16

Jevil is a game character and the subject of some rather doubious YouTube cartoons.

It appears to be quite popular from what I can make out ATM, mostly done by Redditor neckbeards.

School has been informed, I told them I'm not going to speak to the mum at all because I know she's difficult to talk to (she'll blame my dd).

I accept the fact that kids are being exposed to some pretty aweful stuff and there's little that can be done. Except try to keep on top of it without being draconian

bobstersmum Thu 13-Jun-19 14:55:08

@loafofsellotape I'm not naive they might have viewed it, but does not mean they should be interested in it.

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