This article is from The Guardian but I hope America can follow. Not many have an easy time coming of age; however, pornography’s influence on how girls are treated is appalling.
How can we speak up and put back respect and caring, dare we say love, back into sexuality? Read the entire article and allow it to stir your soul into action.
Tomorrow, the House of Lords will debate Labour’s proposed amendment to the children and families bill, a piece of legislation that would result in compulsory sex and relationships education being taught in all English schools. It is, I believe, a matter of some urgency, not only because Labour says that violence in teenage relationships is increasing, but also because of the many ways in which online porn’s dominance is affecting sexual relationships and behaviour in the real world. You might say that this is not the case, of course. The links have not yet been convincingly drawn, and until they are, it’s my word against yours. So here they are: my words.