If you analyze this, you may say that indeed a lot of people love to travel and visit social network sites... but if you look carefully, out of 15, there are 7 keyword searches leading to adult sites... which totaled more than any of these searches. Meaning, a lot of people are more into naked bodies than to look for something more productive like a job or something that can elevate him/her to someone more than he is today.
As a blogger, I see to it that my blogs do not contain any adult contents... it might be a way to gain popularity and create humongous
Let us not kid each other, nothing in the net is child proof. Don't underestimate the children today, you might be shocked that even a 3 year old can surf the net... and they do have good memories, so they learn fast. They can easily unlock and change search preferences... they know. And those adult site securities looks so hypocrite to me... like a question answerable by yes or no...asking you "are you 18 years old and above" ? I don't believe this will serve to protect because with simply choosing "yes" lets you enter the site. They do not have anything for the welfare of our children. If we want to lower rape, teenage pregnancies and related cases, then these adult sites must have a legal responsibility to make their site childproofed.
Another thing is that, I believe, these sites are very suggestive and influential. Young minds can be easily corrupted by these sites.. It can implicate in their minds that in order to be popular, fit with society, and to be loved by many, one must show skin and get laid.. Young men would think of women as sex symbols, solely for pleasure..
As a responsible adult, if you can't do without going to this sites, please do it as privately as possible. And leave no trace... meaning erase your history and links. Its simple... go to your menu bar, then click on "Tools", choose "Clear Recent History", check all boxes and click "Clear Now". That's it... and by doing so, you've helped made the world a lot safer and better.
I guess what I'm trying to impart is, we have a share of responsibility of what our children learn even outside our own homes. Yes, you are free to do what you want, it's your life... but I guess, not to the point of affecting other lives, especially the young ones, right? Their minds isn't mature enough to figure these things... and worse, they may even think of it the wrong way. I know there are a lot of ways and brilliant ideas... make a blog, share it... let us educate one another... maybe one day we could actually find a good solution... but for now, do your part and be a responsible internet user... May Yahweh guide us all.