If any parents have a problem with their children seeing "porn" then, yes, they have to monitor their child's actions on the net. This doesn't mean physically sitting down beside the child-you could move the computer into a more public area of the house (eg living room) so that you (the parent) can prevent the nasties of the net coming out of the computer and molesting your child.
The site linked to is very mild. Lets face it, if a 14 year old saw that image I doubt they'd turn into a mental Internet porn fiend like most of the people who object to the link.
Paedophiles occupy an area of internet the size of Whales. - Brasseye
if you don't like the content of the link then don't click on it...simple. It's not as if the posts contain porn. somone has to activly click on it. Also how many 14 years olds are on this forum. Its mainly gcse and a level students. you get worse links on the annoying pop up things that always appear.
lol i leave this thread for one minute and look what happens.. i only wanted to know what u think of the universities.... how the hell did this turn so OFF TOPIC lol!!!
re. the linked site, the intro page was interesting but the site itself was naff