Cell Phone Sex Advice, get the NCFPC knickers in a knot

North Carolina Family Policy Council president Bill Brooks, who was interviewed for the New York Times article, said that he was concerned about the text line interfering with parental rights. “If I couldn’t control access to this information, I’d turn off the texting service,” Brooks told the New York Times. “When it comes to the Internet, parents are advised to put blockers on their computer and keep it in a central place in the home. But kids can have access to this on their cell phones when they’re away from parental influence—and it can’t be controlled.”
That is right the folks over at the NCFPC wants their kids to deaf, dumb and blind. These are the same folk who shit brick when sweet little sue comes home at the age of 16 and tell mommy and daddy that she will soon be a mommy as well.  These are the same jerks who tell their kids to get off once their kids come out. Nice parents rights, these are the folks who kids later in life become bombers and killers. 

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