Chief censor set to reveal all about Kiwi teens' harmful porn habits

Posted in: Child Protection&Online Safety at 06/12/2018 15:37

Pornography is shaping children's attitudes towards sex and leading to increased child on child assault, research reveals.

This week, the Chief Censor is set to release NZ Youth and Porn, a study of 2000 teenagers identifying how and why young New Zealanders are viewing pornography.

It comes as another NZ study reports teachers are finding 13-year-olds had been exposed to porn; and anecdotal evidence from school nurses that teenagers were increasingly suffering sexual-related injuries as a result of porn.

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NZ Youth and Porn
We surveyed more than 2,000 New Zealanders aged 14-17 for the research project NZ Youth and Porn: Research findings of a survey on how and why young New Zealanders view online pornography. This page provides a summarised version of the key findings.

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