At least, thats the belief of Texas resident Brandon Cotter, who has launched a new service on his website, pureonline.com, to help kids get over their pornography addiction.
Cotter says the anti-porn program for kids, believed to be one of if, not the only in the world, will work like any addiction program: First, the kids will try to understand their problem. Then, they will learn how to deal with it.
Although the workshops target high school and college-aged kids, Cotter says he wouldnt be surprised to see many 9, 10, and 11-year-olds signing up for the program.
In his words, A lot of pastors and parents have told me kids of these ages are having just as big of problem as the older kids.
Despite the embarrassment of fessing up to their problem, he expects thousands and thousands of kiddie porno perusers around the world to eye the curriculum.
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