Skills for the Job: Understanding the dangers of porn

Lucy Emmerson
Tuesday, June 11, 2013

With pornography becoming increasingly available online, professionals must recognise its impact on children who view it.

A lack of sex education can lead to young people looking online for pornography. Picture: Nigel Hillier
A lack of sex education can lead to young people looking online for pornography. Picture: Nigel Hillier

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