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Report on internet pornography highlights need for education, not restriction

One of my biggest concerns in recent years has been the effect of access to easily available internet pornography on the next generation of young people. Every time I ask an expert in the field to reassure me and tell me that I’m panicking too much, they shake their head and tell me that my fears are spot on.

It just takes a couple of clicks to arrive at free videos which depict women in a subjugative role, as little more than receptacles. The language used about those women is demeaning and deeply misogynistic. The expectations of a generation of boys …

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  • User AvatarNigel Jones 4th Aug - 8:39pm
    I agree with Michael 1. Many people over 75 can afford the fee and the only other way of funding the BBC would be through...
  • User AvatarMarco 4th Aug - 8:18pm
    @Phil Beesley "Have you ever run a jumble sale? Or are you making stuff up on the fly?" Haha probably the latter to be be...
  • User AvatarMichael BG 4th Aug - 8:08pm
    I don’t think we should expect a PPC to give up their job even in target seats. Some people have commented about the middle class...
  • User AvatarDavid Allen 4th Aug - 7:43pm
    "Challenging this government policy is a ‘heads they win, tails you lose’ scenario. It isn’t wise to make a fuss about it. Either you are...
  • User AvatarSue Sutherland 4th Aug - 7:31pm
    This is an extremely good article not because of the argument it puts forward but because the way it’s written makes me long to throw...
  • User AvatarMichael 1 4th Aug - 6:23pm
    The reach of the BBC is very high -well over 90%. On free to air TV, ITV is only crime dramas and soaps. The BBC...