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Pornography helping out teens with 'sex education'

Wellington, Sept 8 : A new study has revealed that pornography is now dictating the way teenagers behave in relationships, as it has become the most common form of "sex education" for them.


According to the research done by Maree Crabbe, acceptance of violence and extreme sex acts are also on the rise among youth, Stuff.co.nz reported.

The research, which is based on academic papers and interviews with young people in Australia, show that 90 percent of boys and 60 per cent of girls interviewed had encountered porn, by the time they are 16-years-old.

Crabbe said that the young people she spoke to while conducting the study stated that porn's signature sex acts helped them explore their own sexual activity.

She added that young women repeatedly mentioned that they were pressured by their partners and felt used, dirty and degraded.

--ANI (Posted on 09-09-2013)

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