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Strategies to address harms of online porn failing young people, educators say

ABC News: 27.9.2017 By Nour Haydar. Government strategies to address the harm posed to children by unfettered access to online pornography are failing, child protection educators say.


They argue weak and convoluted laws are leaving children with easy access to porn, leading to sexually aggressive attitudes and abusive behaviour.

Holly-ann Martin, who teaches schools and children about abuse prevention around the country, said a lot has changed in the last decade.

"Ten years ago I wasn't having to talk to children about pornography, but more and more I'm coming across even very young children having witnessed porn," Ms Martin said.

She said incidents of child-to-child sexual abuse are increasing because children are acting out abusive behaviour they have seen on screen.


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