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21 September 2010

Proposal to ban porn

A mother found her 5-year-old son trying to insert a bath toy into his little sister's anus. When asked what he was doing, the he replied that he had seen it on the internet.

A mother found her 5-year-old son trying to insert a bath toy into his little sister's anus. When asked what he was doing, the 5-year-old replied that he had seen it on the internet.

Worldwide there are an estimated 4.2 million porn web pages (12% of all web pages) with 28,258 users accessing them every second. Clive Human, who is with a community-based organisation helping porn addicts, told the symposium "disturbing stories of porn addicts wrecking their marriages, committing suicide and even abusing their own children as their addiction progressed. He said that in most cases the adults he counselled were exposed to sexually explicit material or sexualised in one way or another as children, and this has shaped their attitudes towards women and sex," Bateman reported.

 
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