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He had turned off the volume and turned the screen away from her. Leaning over, she saw what looked like mud-wrestling. When she looked closer, it became apparent that her son was viewing pornography. Being relatively tech-savvy and involved parents, they had used resources recommended in the school newsletter to set safe search settings on browsers. However, this laptop was on loan and they hadn't got around to setting it up.

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Mel and Matt are not the only parents who have found themselves in this nightmare situation. A report by the Australian Institute of Family Studies has shown that just under half of all Australian children aged years old have viewed pornography.

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Initially, Mel snapped the laptop shut and sent Felix to his room. She set her younger son to drawing so she could talk to Felix alone. He said he felt yuck and I realised he was feeling confused. Kristy Innes, Program Developer at Interrelate, a not-for-profit provider of relationship services, says Felix's reaction is not surprising.

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At that age it's hard to comprehend what's happening. It's very confronting. Meanwhile, Mel was feeling yuck herself. Part of me knew I was catastrophising, but the other part just wanted to cry.

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This was not necessarily an over-reaction on Mel's part. Innes reports, "Increasingly, young kids from the age of fourteen, especially boys, are needing treatment for porn addiction. They have an altered perception of what healthy relationships look like. Consequently, these boys are unable to have healthy relationships with their partners.

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In an attempt to avoid negative long-term effects, Mel and Matt decided to talk honestly with Felix, with everything open for discussion. We just didn't think there was a need. But after this episode, we couldn't really avoid the issue. Over the next few weeks we took things slowly, but we tried to discuss sex in an open way. Every night, when their younger child was asleep, Mel sat on Felix's bed and asked if there was anything he wanted to ask.

She had to be willing to give honest answers to uncomfortable questions, such as "How often do you and Dad have sex? We explained about pornography and the sex industry.

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That drugs and money are involved, often with heartbreak and emotional trauma. He now knows those images are like a sci-fi movie, not reality. Mel feels that, in hindsight, the whole situation was positive. It started conversations about the basics of relationships that wouldn't have happened if she hadn't found him watching porn in the living room.

Young people meet on dating apps, instead of hand-holding at school. The nature of the apps is so visual, with the swiping, it becomes so superficial. It's weird that we even had to discuss that women have pubic hair, despite what he might see in images. Sean Tonnet, a family and relationships therapist based in northern NSW, stresses that, "For young children, laying the groundwork early around healthy sexuality minimises any embarrassment, shame or confusion they may feel later on. It also creates positive communication and a caring culture within the family. Interestingly, Mel hasn't brought up the subject of sex and pornography with her younger son, who is now turning nine.

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