I have found so much freedom in realizing that I don’t have to explain or justify my decision to draw boundaries with my parents or with anyone else, to anyone. There is a reason that this offends certain people but the reason may not be what you think it is. There is a reason that some people don’t accept my decision to disengage from my parents and family.
If you don't know how to do this from a technical angle, IIRC the Open DNS forums are pretty helpful.
Shakespeare frequently illustrates the problematic of love by focusing on proxy wooing. The agent is William de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk, deputized by young King Henry VI to go to France to win for him the hand of Lady Margaret of Anjou, daughter of René, Duke of Anjou and King of Naples and Jerusalem. Henry will wed Margaret by proxy, to be sure, but the relator will contrive to become beloved of the king’s bride, making him not a mere bearer of royal affections but an attractive object in his own right, in fact, an impediment standing between his liege and his Queen. And so he does, to the detriment of a hapless monarch still under the thumb of the Lord Protector.
We discover in Part One, however, that Suffolk has other plans. When poor Henry welcomes his new wife it is likely he hasn’t even got a clear conception of the "facts of life," much less his deputy’s scheme to control England through Margaret.
It would be possible to block everything except certain sites, but I question whether you want to go that far.
I also like the idea of personal responsibility from the child.