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Oh, man. Do parents not know that "The internet" has unlimited unstoppable access to "explicit content" for teens that have any interest in it? One does not normally RANDOMLY come across "explicit content" on social media.

That social media has PG-13 content on it [or, for Twitter, rather more, if you go looking] is the least important problem with it. If your kid wants smut, they CAN get it and you CANNOT stop them, not effectively, and even trying particularly hard is both pointless and a mistake. (Because it's a useless power-trip - and if you care that much you should have raised them to <i>not want to see it</i>, rather than trying to Control All Their Information.) They ought to worry more…

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