online porn

Young people will get around blocks in seconds. Instead we must teach boys about consent, boundaries and how porn is not the real world, writes feminist entrepreneur Emma Sayle.
As government consults on what to do about online harms, new research shows significant amounts of porn on mainstream porn sites in violation of their own terms.
Currently a bill is being passed through parliament, and it wants to control your sex life. The Digital Economy bill, widely touted as a means to limit children's access to online pornography, faces its third reading on Monday, 28th November - the final stop before it becomes law.
And so their moment has come. If these plans come to pass, the BBFC will be granted the power to order Internet providers to block sites that don't conform to its bizarre standards. However, it should be noted that these standards are based on moral judgement rather than actual evidence of harm.
Theresa May could be a much needed breath of fresh air to the government's approach on sex education: as Home Secretary it is rumoured she was supportive of bids to make the subject compulsory. With a wafer-thin majority, and battle ahead with Brexit, she may not be willing to use up political capital on revisiting it.
We've left children to navigate their way through this explicit content and decide what is right and what is wrong. Even parents who provide loving homes don't necessarily know how to keep their children safe online. Children must be better protected and understand what the parameters of acceptable sexual behaviour are, so as a society we can prevent this from happening.
We know porn can be a difficult subject to talk about but young children have easy access to it - long gone are the days when this material was confined to the top-shelf of a newsagents. Children who are trying to learn about sex and relationships can access unlimited porn online, for free, 24 hours a day.
The disgraced threesome may have every reason to feel somewhat aggrieved at their treatment. If it is "excusable" for a judge to fall asleep - or appear to do so - during a child's evidence in a rape trial, why should the legal and harmless sexual activities of judges in the privacy of their chambers be "inexcusable"?
Pubic hair is there for a reason and acts as protective cushion and prevents infections. You probably wouldn't have caught chlamydia on holiday in Corfu back in 2002 if you hadn't had that Brazilian before you went. So who's the mug now?
For commercial pornography websites there is no "off" switch: the process of creating new categories will continue as long as there are still advertisers and subscribers willing to support their latest creations.