The Tory MP wants to introduce US style lessons on sexual abstinence in secondary schools, and is campaigning to make them compulsory - something that she thinks can stop sexual abuse.
'If a stronger 'just say no' message was given to children, there might be an impact on sex abuse,' says the backbencher. 'A lot of girls, when abuse takes place, don't realise until later that that was wrong because sex is so common in society.'
She now faces calls to apologise for her comments by victims' groups who have called them 'disturbing'.
'A child can never be responsible for abuse, no matter what he or she says or does,' says Peter Saunders, spokesperson for The National Association for People Abused in Childhood.
Shadow Children's Minister Sharon Hodgson added she thought Nadine Dorries' comments were 'outrageous'.
'To make such a cheap link between teenage sexual relationships and child abuse to support a blinkered Bill is absolutely outrageous.'
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