There is a setting for a NSFW channel if your in a public server, and if you wish to go to it, it will ask if your 18 or over, of course children can press yes and just go through it, but its the parents or the childs fault.
There is no way to prevent a child from going back into the settings & flipping that button back to re-enable explicit content.
When I contacted Discord Support, they confirmed that there is no way to password protect those settings.
The terms and conditions for the site prohibit glorifying self harm, suicide, eating disorder, pornography & illegal activities, but from what I've read, they do not have the staff to police the channels & rely on users to report it.
Basically, anything goes--the most horrifying pornography & hate speech can be freely found & easily downloaded--as I found out with one of my sons.
I know you may want to think that your child is sweet and innocent and weren't put up to it voluntarily, but that's quite frankly not true from someone whose been using the app for over a year now.
I know it inside out unlike many of the reviews here, and I hope that this clears a few things up.Be vigilant about checking this app if you allow it.When my 2 children begged for Skype and such, I looked into alternative options, due to the pricy nature of it.Another time to point out would be that, upon being sent a Discord server invite link, it shows what it's called and how many people are on it.All you have to do to leave it is just right click it and press ' Leave Server'.If someone made that decision to do that, then that's their own fault.