Doctor says kids should never learn about sex ‘online’

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Dr. Wes Crenshaw offered an interesting analogy on the FOX 4 Morning Show on Friday morning.

He said that when kids learn about sex from the internet, it's like learning about animals from the Road Runner cartoon.

Sex on the internet is unhealthy, if not dangerous, in the kids' formative years.

FOX 4 talked to many parents concerned about the tools and apps available on children's and teens' phones that can be used for pornography.

Click here for FOX 4 Abby Eden's story on a popular app that too many kids have used to send pornographic pictures.

Click here for a list of apps and tools parents can use to monitor their children on-line or on their phone.

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