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Reprinted with permission from "The Guardian."
It's bound to happen.
Your 10-year-old is writing a school paper on something as innocent as tree frogs. During an Internet search, your child suddenly stumbles onto a sexually explicit Web site.
Not exactly what you want your child to see, but what's a parent to do?
Former Monroe (Mich.) resident Bryan Masserant is helping provide an answer. Masserant, 38, has created a Web site just for children at www.anelephantneverforgets.net.
Masserant, a 1980 graduate of Monroe Catholic Central High School, worked as a computer engineer until spinocerebellar ataxia limited the use of his hands so severely that he had to …