The porn school goes pink

by Laura Casuscelli - 2011.11.22

In Ireland 40% of 16 years old girls have seen a porn movie on the internet. This is the outcome of the latest UNICEF report on sex education of the country, which also warns of the fact that 36% of teenagers find them very educational.

Published in Sex education.
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