>>260202>A good start for OP's anti-porn movement would be merely to give parents the functional right to control the content that enters their own homes
The problem is cultural in that parents lack diligence and discipline in controlling this at all. CoD kiddies are an example of this: although ESRB labels and movie restrictions exist and children are not supposed to view such content, it's not uncommon for boomer parents to not even look at the back of the case. If they're not doing that then are they really going to be blocking internet access? You yourself may be a dutiful parent but it takes only one bad apple to spoil the bunch, which is why homeschooled kids are completely different in demeanor from those who go to public or even private schools. It's an extremely broad moral malignancy which cannot be solved by policy, whether that is a mandated domain extension or fully Puritanism. To curb white genocide and Globohomo it's necessary to BOTH encourage people to have more kids and to raise them the right way.
And of course childrearing, just as it is different across times is quite different across regions as well. In America, although (((Dr. Spock))) has had a large following, it is still considered less acceptable to expose kids to boobies than to people getting chopped up (I'd argue violence and sex are both inappropriate, but sex is more corrupting). Those I've talked to from Europe have the opposite opinion and think graphic nudity is fine for kids but blanche at the sight of a gun.
Of course, there is a whole spectrum between de Sade and Cromwell (this is a stream discussing it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xv3VI6oYR-A
) and appealing to extremes is ridiculous. Nor should one try to place society somewhere in the middle "just because" but have an objective moral grounding for doing so such that society doesn't shift out of place. This is what we had before; only when a society adopts a different moral order or rejects moral order altogether can a radical shift take place (such as Puritanism in England or the rise of subjectivism in the West).