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January 1, Batman’s Children Banned, and It’s For Their Own Good



Actress Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, who is most popular for his role as Batman in DC’s “Batman vs. Superman” movie, were married in 2005. The couple has three children together and have been co-parenting after a 2018 divorce.

Banned From Social Media

Jennifer Garner is being a responsible mother and good for her. It seems like Garner is taking a page out of my book and keeping her kids off of social media. And let me tell you, she’s right to do so. These days, it seems like everyone is glued to their screens, scrolling endlessly through Instagram, Twitter, and the like. But what are the effects of all that screen time on children? As it turns out, not good ones. I know, I bet this is a BIG surprise.

Garner’s approach to the situation is pretty clever. She’s asked her kids to find articles that prove social media is good for teenagers, and until they can do so, they’re not getting on those platforms. And honestly, I’d be surprised if they could find any such articles. Study after study has shown that social media can have a negative impact on young people, leading to increased depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem. And that’s not to mention the potential for dangerous trends, like the deadly TikTok challenges we’ve seen recently. This Chinese owned App TikTok is DANGEROUS if kids follow some of these “Trends.”

The “Choking Challenge”

The “choking challenge” on TikTok has caused multiple deaths, including a 12-year-old girl whose classmates watched her attempt the challenge on a video call. Other dangerous challenges on the app involve consuming NyQuil and large doses of Benadryl. Governments are taking action to address the harmful effects of social media on children. The FDA has warned parents about the dangerous TikTok challenges, and some states, like Utah, are requiring social media companies to get parental consent for minors to use their platforms.

Freedom Needs Responsibility

Now, I’m not saying that social media is all bad. It can be a great tool for staying in touch with friends and family, or for networking in certain industries. But when it comes to kids, the risks often outweigh the benefits. That’s why I’m glad to see that some parents and lawmakers are stepping up to protect minors from the dangers of social media. Utah, for example, recently became the first state to require parental consent for minors to use social media platforms.

So, to all the parents out there, let’s stay vigilant and take a page out of Jennifer Garner’s book. Keep your kids off of social media as long as you can. Encourage them to spend time outdoors, playing sports, or reading a good book. And if they do eventually get on social media, make sure you’re monitoring their activity closely. It’s up to us to protect our kids from the potential harms of these platforms. I’m sorry if I seem like I’m preaching here, but our children are our future as a country, and these social media trends are making them lose sight of traditional values. If we lose our children, we lose our future.

Affleck As Batman

Source: Breitbart

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  1. Mike

    April 13, 2023 at 7:37 pm

    Kudos to Jennifer. There are some parents I’ve spoken to who have provided their 9-year-old daughter with their own cell phone and all the apps available believing she’s wise and knowledgeable enough to make good decisions. When I questioned the parent’s decision, their response was foolish. My only response in order to maintain a relationship was “I hope you don’t come to regret your decision”.

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