Netflix Show ‘Sex Education’ – A New Low for Teen-Geared Shows

Porn scene in first 30 seconds of season one, episode one

Netflix has a short list of good shows available for youth and adults. However, their newly released Sex Education TV series is downright dangerous for teens.

Over the last decade, I’ve noticed more and more sex glamorized in teen geared shows, but Netflix reached a new low with their newly released Sex Education TV series. In the last 2 years Netflix has pumped out many graphic original series like 13 Reasons Why which glamorizes suicide and has been linked to several teen deaths (which I believe the number is much higher). The worst so-called puberty geared show Big Mouth is also a very graphic adult cartoon watched by millions of young people. Riverdale season 3 just kicked off last fall and their trailer depicts witchcraft and ends with a scene of potential baby sacrifice. All top shows watched by teens in America.

However, on January 11, a mere 3 weeks ago, a new teen Netflix show called Sex Education, has now been added to my worst ever shows to hit the airwaves. This British comedy drama was created by Laurie Nunn. It stars Gillian Anderson, Asa Butterfield, Emma Mackey, Ncuti Gatwa, Connor Swindells, and Kedar Wiliams-Stirling.

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Is the Occult Behind Pokémon? What Parents Should Know!

What kind of worldview does Pokémon promote to it’s cult-like following? Are these “Pocket Monsters” demonic? Here’s what we think.

from contributing writer Kayla Rinker

Pokémon’s popularity

Does the story line and premise of Pokémon (called Pocket Monsters in Japan) run parallel to the activities inside the occult?

And most concerning: Can Satan use Pokémon to get into the heads and hearts of its enormous fanbase?

I’ll be honest, several years ago when my then 8 and 9-year-old boys discovered that cute yellow Pikachu creature, I didn’t pay much attention. I had two other babies to take care of and it all seemed innocent enough to me. They liked to compare card collections with their neighbors (we found plenty of cards at yard sales—seems Pokémon is a phase for a lot of kids), and none of them actually knew how to play the game.

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The Road to Edmond Falsely Promoted as a Christian Film

Director lacks major spiritual discernment in making movie

Is The Road to Edmond a wholesome Christian film as it claims? Or is it major propaganda, meant to mislead the next generation?

from contributing writer Analia Anderson

Recently, I brought two of my pastors to the screening of the so-called “Christian” film, The Road to Edmond that I saw advertised on Facebook. I really wrestled with writing this review because I always support my fellow Christian filmmakers, no matter what level of quality or stage they’re in… but this was an anti-christ film and work of the devil.

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Are Scholastic Books Safe for Your Kids?

Discerning good reading material for your children

No matter the school, chances are high that your kids will come across Scholastic books. But are Scholastic books really safe for kids?

Are Scholastic Books Safe for Your Kids?

from contributing writer Tanya Clifton

The school year is now in full swing all around the country. Whether you homeschool or send your students to public or private facilities, reading is inevitable. Sometimes books are assigned; other times students are required to choose their own free reading. Trying to make sure the content of what their minds are soaking in is not the simplest of tasks for a parent, but it is possible.

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Cards Against Humanity Game Promotes Sex, Swearing, and Murder

The dangers of minors playing "adult" card games

Board games are a great way to spend time with your family. Cards Against Humanity, however, is full of raunchy sexual phrases, swear words, and more.

from contributing writer Laura Glenn

In the age of technology, parents are practically begging their children to get off the phone, or turn off their gaming system. All they want is for their child/teen to engage in the world around them. One way my parents were always able to get us away from the television was through playing games. At these game nights, we would have all of the teens/young adults bring a snack and a game to share and then we would play games all night long.

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