Porn is a distortion of reality and it is a lose-lose proposition for anyone involved with it.


“During a recent Commons debate on the sexual exploitation of children Ann Coffey, the chairman of the all party parliamentary group on runaway and missing children, told MPs that internet pornography was “distorting teenage boys’ views of sex”.

Blaming the impact of internet pornography, she said: “There is a problem that teenage boys are accessing adult websites which gives them a distorted attitude.”

Ms Coffey said that with often explicit pornography available to boys over the internet, there was growing evidence of girls at school experiencing sexual abuse at the hands of their peers.

Better teaching in the area would give youngsters the confidence to spot the signs. Parliament was told that sex education should be made a compulsory part of the school curriculum as part of the Government’s efforts to stop the exploitation of children. She said the more children were taught about sex and relationships, the easier…

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