Wild things

Scobie, Claire
February 2007
Bulletin with Newsweek;2/6/2007, Vol. 125 Issue 6555, p34
The article presents an online survey by author Joan Sauers about the prevalence of pornography in Australia. The survey contains 50 questions to gather information to be published in a book. Results reveal that 53.5% of girls and 70% of boys aged 12 and below have seen porn. It is inferred that sex education programs are inadequate because it only tackles the reproductive system. It has also been indicated that majority of adolescents learned sex from pornography.


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