Singer Yuni Shara slammed after saying she watches porn with teen sons to ‘educate’ them

Singer Yuni Shara, 49, said she doesn't want to be old-fashioned and wants to encourage her sons to be more open-minded


                            Singer Yuni Shara slammed after saying she watches porn with teen sons to ‘educate’ them
Yuni Shara (pictured) said she taught the boys about the do's and don't's of sex in real life (Instagram/@yunishara36)

An Indonesian pop star raised eyebrows after she revealed in a recent interview that she regularly watches porn with her teen sons in order to "educate" them.

Pop sensation Yuni Shara, 49, caused a meltdown on social media after revealing that she watched X-rated movies with her sons Cavin Obrient Salomo Siahaan and Cello Obient Siahaan. The famous Indonesian songstress said she taught the boys about the do's and don't's of sex in real life, The Sun reported.

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Shara said she doesn't want to be old-fashioned and wants to encourage her sons to be more open-minded. She even asked them if they enjoyed watching porn together, per the newspaper. "So, I think it’s better if I ask them, 'What do you guys think about watching (porn) together like this, is it cool?', and they’ll be like 'Mom, don’t be like this,'" she recently revealed in a recent interview with YouTuber Venna Melinda.

The singer's younger sister Kris Dayanti reportedly lauded her parenting techniques and insisted it was important that her kids got proper sexual education. "My children also happen to be open-minded," Shara continued. "It’s impossible for our children nowadays to not watch porn, whether it’s 'anime' or any other kind that are available nowadays."



 

Speaking to Indonesian news outlet Antara, psychologist Agstried Piether reportedly defended the mother-of-two, saying she was doing the "right thing."
 
"When we see the kids watching pornographic movies, no matter how uncomfortable the situation is, we should never be angry, because they will only do it again in secret," he said. "Through these discussions, parents can provide factual sex education based on their knowledge, and not based on porn films."

Nonetheless, Shara's unconventional parenting techniques caused a stir on social media. "Too Far madam... Too far," Gojekn VP Ario Madimas tweeted. "'And now, which one of you will practice that move?' Yuni Shara - 2021," one Twitter user joked. "I think I've seen this one," another quipped. "That sounds like a porn title to me," another chimed in.



 



 



 



 

On June 22, Tuesday, MEAWW reported how an adult film actress who recently became a mother was crusading for more stringent age-verification policies on pornographic websites. Candice Horbacz, better known by her nom de guerre Eva Lovia, said the birth of her son had made her focus on what her industry could do to prevent children from seeing adult content.



 

On June 9, while appearing as a guest on the ‘Holly Randall Unfiltered’ podcast, she said that she took seriously her role to protect her child from witnessing the “convincing” and “violent” porn that is freely available today. “I think it’s made me reflect a lot more on it, just to really understand the different facets and the potential impacts and the potential consequences it could have on individuals,” she said. 
 
“I’ve always been pretty anti-free-porn,” she said during the podcast. “I’ve always thought a paywall just seems like the most ethical way to approach porn, especially with the content that’s out there now.” She added, “I’ve talked to a lot of clinical psychologists and evolutionary biologists -- I’ve had the pleasure of talking to a lot of experts on my show -- and they express the potential risks of consuming content too young without context.”

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