I would support with questions about drugs, because I understand their real danger, and the answers of some users may give a distorted idea about them. But regarding LGBT people - no, I would not support the ban.
No, I wouldn't. How is the safety of the child connected, in the concept in which it is, with the questions on TheQuestion? The forbidden fruit is very sweet, and, most likely, the child will be interested in what the censorship will hide, rather than what is in the public domain. Forewarned is forearmed.
Security is about awareness, not avoidance. If you give a monkey a gun, then with a high degree of probability it will smash its head off. The second, her girlfriend, most likely, too. And the third, seeing all this, will already think. Information is the key.
And what are you, by the way, so grasped at LGBT people? Your nine-year-old son is more likely to fall from a neighbor's garage and hurt himself to death than suddenly (sic!) Become homosexual after reading some questions there ... By the way, are you sure that your nine-year-old doesn't jump in garages? My personal statistics say that there are eight out of ten such jumpers ...
And yes, I do not support any prohibitions on this, perhaps delicate, but quite relevant topic. Children, in my opinion, should be informed first of all. They should be aware that if there is a discussion in society about the normality / abnormality of such behavior (which in itself is somewhat strange for me), then this is a very real state of affairs and must be reckoned with. I do not impose respect / disrespect, love / dislike ... But "to be considered" is, it seems to me, a very correct and rather neutral word.
For the safety of your nine-year-olds, it is absolutely essential to talk to them about both LGBT people and drugs, because if you don’t talk to them, someone else will do it for you. Children are smarter than you think, they know how to find answers to questions that interest them. And if you don’t find the strength in yourself to give your children the necessary explanations on some issues, then Thequestion may not be the worst helper here.
For the safety of children, it is rather necessary to prohibit 9-year-old children from surfing the Internet.
But seriously, the more often you say that you cannot pick an apple from a tree, the sooner it will be picked. Prohibitions do not lead to anything good, with children, as well as with adults who are interested or worried about something, you just need to talk. Problems cannot be solved by bans; rather, you can buy even more new ones.
No, these are the most interesting questions for discussion at the age of nine, now it's boring for me to talk about all this garbage to be honest.
Well, at 9, probably just right.