05/20/2018 (Sun) 12:11:38
>>65664>>65667>>65669>No media unless DVR'd and pre-watched.
I find this somewhat overdone, but not in the sense that I disagree with your methods, but more a matter of taste/expediency. There are I believe certain general categories of media that are easily permissable if the corresponding enjoyment and relevancy to the child is high enough, ie even sub-par nature documentaries are ok no matter what, and most John Wayne movies for an older age, etc. Too much direct control of a child's life tends to have unpredictable consequences and this is to be avoided, but of course this truth must also be balanced against the necessity of keeping degeneracy OUT which you identify.>>65672
Yeah, with the amount of degeneracy that is propagated on the screens, monitoring for your family's sake is a good idea. What about with social media though? >It's practically inescapable and the children will inevitably feel disconnected from their friends because of that in the future (unless of course you have a big family).
1) No social media, period. It's worse than useless, it turns people into slaves. No state sponsored intelligence collection complicity for anyone I command, children or otherwise.
2)If you aren't homeschooling, or running your own charter school or private school in a small town, within which there would be a wealth of irl social interaction among children de-facto, making irrelevant (((social-media))) you're already missing a bigger piece of the puzzle...