Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Illustrations That Accurately Depict The Problems Of Modern Childhood.

Learning Too Early

Learning Too Early

Sergey Raskovalov/Brightside

In the past, parents were responsible for teaching their child about sex when they felt it was appropriate. It pretty much goes without saying that today's kids hear about sex long before it is officially taught to them by their parents or at school. They may not be engaging in it, but they sure can see it. If they get caught looking at it, their connection will definitely be taking away.

Brand New Defense

Brand New Defense

Sergey Raskovalov/Brightside

Being punished used to mean having to go sit in your room to think about what you had done. Can't exactly do that today when kids have game systems and laptops in their rooms. Now, parents have a hand to step up their game and find a new line of defense. Turning off the Wi-Fi is a parent's greatest weapon. You may find it shocking, but not everything has changed. Check this out...

Some Things Never Change

Some Things Never Change

Sergey Raskovalov/Brightside

Cartoon characters and all of their very silly antics have been around since the beginning of TV broadcasting. And kids have always enjoyed them. Today's children are still pretty entertained by these amazing classic programs, too. Through advancements in technology the image quality has changed tremendously for the better, but the content seems to stay the same. There are other things that haven't changed for the kids of today.

Hit Them Right In The Feels

Hit Them Right In The Feels

Sergey Raskovalov/Brightside

No matter how much things change, kids will always still be kids. Because of that, the effect certain things have on a child, like watching "The Lion King" will more than likely always remain the same, and that's nice to know. It shows that children have a quality that this world needs: compassion. This next comic will show you that kids might be too young to be taking things so seriously.

Grips On Reality

Grips On Reality

Brian Gordon

Kids used to use their imagination to take them to places of magic and mystery. Today's kids are still playing pretend, but more in the realm of reality. They're pretending to be adults, and liking it! But if you think about it, how could we ever expect anything different, considering adult matters are written all over the Internet. How can we hide it all from them?

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