Pop star mum, 49, watches porn with her teenage sons so she can educate them

A popular Indonesian singer has been questioned on her parenting techniques after she revealed that she watches porn with her two teenage sons.

Wahyu Setyaning Budi, known as Yuni Shara, revealed in a Youtube interview that she sits down to watch porn with the teenagers on a regular basis.

The controversial revelation has been met with mixed reception, with some social media users branding the mother as "creepy," while some psychological experts have praised her 'forward-thinking' parenting.

Yuni, 49, says she accompanies her sons in watching pornographic videos so she can teach them about sex education and help guide them through what she feels is a worrying amount of content available on the internet.

The singer says she refuses to be old-fashioned and wants to encourage her sons to be more open-minded.

She also added that she frequently asks if her sons are enjoying the videos while they watched together, although she admitted that this was a step too far for the teenagers.

Yuni said: "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’.

"To which I reply, ‘Oh, it’s normal bro.’”

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Kris Dayanti, younger sister of Yuni, has backed up her sister's parenting techniques and asserted that sex education is important for children growing up.

Mother-of-two Yuni said that it was "impossible" for children in present day to "not watch porn".

“My children also happen to be open-minded," she said.

"It’s impossible for our children nowadays to not watch porn, whether it’s ‘anime’ or any other kind that are available nowadays."

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A psychological expert told Indonesian news outlet Antara that Yuni had done the "right thing" as a mother teaching her children about sex.

Agstried Piether said: “Yep, that’s correct. 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.

“Through these discussions, parents can provide factual sex education based on their knowledge, and not based on porn films.”

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Social media users seem for the most-part to have a different view point to the expert.

One user said: "That’s f***ing creepy."

Another bluntly commented: "Some journeys must be traveled alone."

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