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Taking a stand for what you believe in is likely to draw out others who share your concerns.
News accounts over the past decade report significant pornographic exposure for children around the world
Forty-two percent of youth Internet users ages 10-17 had been exposed to online pornography in the past year.
Both unintentional exposure and seeking online pornography seem to start very early in boys.
By the age of 18, 93 percent of boys and 62 percent of girls have seen Internet pornography.
Something this common and seemingly widely embraced must be legal, right?
Pornography is everywhere. If it were illegal, wouldn’t somebody do something about it?
Teens are led to believe their sole value comes from their sexuality.