Studies revealed that one in three 10-year-olds in Britain have watched online sex

PARENTS may have to “opt in” to watch pornography online in a move to protect children from seeing indecent images.
Tory MP Claire Perry wants providers to offer a “clean” service by default.
Her campaign comes after studies revealed that one in three 10-year-olds in Britain have watched online sex.
In the 14-16 age group, the number shoots up to eight in 10.
Yet, while parents say they are worried, only about half activate filters on their home computers to block explicit sexual content.
Last night Mrs Perry, MP for Devizes, Wiltshire, said: “Pornography is a poor sex educator.”
She said early exposure can pressure teenage girls to have risky sex, and lead boys to adopt “violent and unhealthy notions of sex and relationships”.

source: http://www.express.co.uk