“This is bonkers. Firstly, the BBC’s reporting of the numbers was full of bald assertions. Jon Brown, head of sexual-abuse programmes at the NSPCC, was quoted in the BBC report, saying that ‘accessing hardcore pornography is warping [children’s] view of what is acceptable behaviour’. This claim was made in spite of the fact that decades of research has failed to demonstrate any link whatsoever between exposure to pornography and sexual-assault prevalence.”
“Children have not transformed in recent years into a marauding gang of sexual offenders; nor are they any more sexually aggressive today than in the past. In fact, these stats say less about our children’s newfound tendencies towards sexual perversion and more about our own warped idea of what constitutes sexual criminality.”
It look of has David Cameron have it he way. get more women bureaucratic in he team pay nice sum of money and said it not me.
update lot for sex on sp!ked today
The funny part out all this is Cameron is a family man and yet it look he want more bureaucratic in the Family in all the UK since we all far too many for them.
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