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However, very few children interviewed in the qualitative work said they had had such a conversation. Parents were more likely to think their sons had seen pornography than their daughters. The average age of first perpetration of sexual violence is 15 and is associated with exposure to pornography Prevention Science - The average age of first exposure is 11 Randel and Sanchez, "Huffington Post" - A meta-analysis of pornography research reveals adolescent pornography consumption is significantly associated with stronger gender-stereotypical sexual beliefs, earlier sexual debut, increased casual sex behavior, and increased sexual aggression both as perpetrators and victims Peter J, Valkenburg P M. Adolescents and pornography: a review of 20 years of research.

Sex, porn and toxic masculinity: the struggle to bring up better boys

Enough Is Enough: youth and Porn

D ominance. Rugged good looks. Sexual prowess. Music, sport and young adult literature have all been happily singing from this feminist hymn sheet for some time. How about the boys then?

Young girls’ and boys’ exposure porn is labelled Australia's latest 'national crisis'

Using the fake profile, Burke communicated with several 12 to year-old boys and girls online, federal prosecutors said. The boy sent Burke images and videos of himself, including videos showing the boy performing a sex act on himself. Burke, 57, was on state probation for a child-porn conviction when he was investigated by federal officials in the most recent case.
The exposure of young girls and boys to pornography has been dubbed Australia's latest 'national crisis'. Experts say the increasing exposure should be a Federal election issue and have advised the government to follow Britain's lead and look at implementing a proof-of-age requirement for porn websites. The national crisis saw a number of girls claim they've had sexual jokes made about their bodies, were compared to the bodies of porn stars and were asked for sexual favours, The West Australian reported. Widespread pornography and sexual content in advertising and pop culture was 'visual and conceptual assault' as 'children are shown porn when they aren't looking for it or expecting it', according to Edith Cowan University Professor Lelia Green. Children and young teenagers exposed to porn is labelled as Australia's latest national crisis stock image.