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A Spanish survey, for example, said that 53.5 per cent of Spanish youth aged 14 to 17 viewed online porn, while a poll by Opinium Research in June of 500 U. 18-year-olds had almost half saying that viewing pornography was typical by age 13 to 14. But it can also be a source of pleasure and a means of exploring our sexualities."But for young teens with no sexual experience, processing the porn on their screens may be quite a challenge.
Gauntley argues, "it is necessary to equip teens with the tools they need to make sense of the erotic material they might come across."Sex educators are concerned that young people are getting the wrong picture about sex from viewing online pornography.
"The porn industry is the country's main sex educator of our boys and girls," says Cordelia Anderson, one of the experts scheduled to speak at the symposium, referring to the situation in the U. Cathy Wing, the co-executive director of Ottawa-based Media Smarts, another conference speaker, says "we really need to talk to kids from an early age, before they become exposed to online porn."In May, her group published the results of a survey that found 23 per cent of students in Grades 7 to 11 say they have searched out pornography online.