If you find your child watching a video on say, YouTube, that contains harsh language, and then start complaining about how it contains harsh language, or content that is not suitable for children that age, don't complain about how your child starts swearing, or doing things that they shouldn't be doing. Well, I would just like to say some things.
First off, if you find them on YouTube, then that means you most likely weren't watching them closely enough to notice what type of videos they are viewing.
Second, if they had seen you on that website, and you knew that, telling them not to go on there would lower the chances of them going on that website. Remember. You are their role model, the one that they look up to. If they see you do something, unless they know it's wrong, they will most likely end up performing that act. Why? Because their still learning. They will follow in your footsteps, wanting to be like their idol.
Third, if you don't want them on that site, then find an alternative for them, as an example YouTube. Don't want them on there? Then have them use kidstube. It's a website that is ;like YouTube, but designed specifically for children.
These are just some suggestions and my opinions, but seriously. I think people are tired of having to see these comments about how you are going to sue the video maker, or asking that person to remove the video, on a site that is CLEARLY not meant for children.
A girl who is fed up with this.