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    The heartbreaking reality of a teenage girl's sex life

    Young girls face the consequences of young men's unfettered access to hardcore porn;

    We discovered that alarming numbers of girls are pressured into highly explicit acts. The results of our poll of 2,000 young people aged 16 to 21, which was carried out by Survation, uncovers the shocking toll of porn culture in our schools. We wanted to see how easy access to thousands of online clips showing brutal, dehumanised sex was affecting our young men and women and their attitudes to romance, intimacy and consent. Our statistics are backed up by a damning new Ofsted report which found that nine out of ten girls experience sexist name-calling and are sent unwanted explicit pictures in school. And our survey revealed further disturbing facts — for not only do girls often have to run a daily gauntlet of sexist and misogynistic behaviour, but the way they first experience intimate acts has utterly changed in just a generation.
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    Heterosexuality should be outlawed.
    "Banish me from Eden when you will, but first let me eat of the tree of knowledge."

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    I'm of the perspective that most porn is fairly benign, but I do agree that almost all of it is misleading about how to actually carry out the act properly. I'm not sure what the answer to the problem looks like, how to have sex properly is a taboo topic for most people.

    Unfortunately, young women likely bear the brunt of the problem. I'd assume a lot of men figure it out eventually, or just end up single.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rousseau View Post
    I'm of the perspective that most porn is fairly benign, but I do agree that almost all of it is misleading about how to actually carry out the act properly. I'm not sure what the answer to the problem looks like, how to have sex properly is a taboo topic for most people.
    Taboo ? I'm not sure that it is taboo when sex or sexual images are everywhere. I think it's an "awkward" topic at best these days. I don't know the answer either.

    Quote Originally Posted by rousseau View Post
    Unfortunately, young women likely bear the brunt of the problem. I'd assume a lot of men figure it out eventually, or just end up single.
    It's probably not just young women. I have a female work colleague who I am pretty good friends with and is single. Her stories about dating are tragic. An ex girlfriend of mine tells me similar stories about how sexually demanding men are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSwizzle View Post
    Young girls face the consequences of young men's unfettered access to hardcore porn;

    We discovered that alarming numbers of girls are pressured into highly explicit acts. The results of our poll of 2,000 young people aged 16 to 21, which was carried out by Survation, uncovers the shocking toll of porn culture in our schools. We wanted to see how easy access to thousands of online clips showing brutal, dehumanised sex was affecting our young men and women and their attitudes to romance, intimacy and consent. Our statistics are backed up by a damning new Ofsted report which found that nine out of ten girls experience sexist name-calling and are sent unwanted explicit pictures in school. And our survey revealed further disturbing facts — for not only do girls often have to run a daily gauntlet of sexist and misogynistic behaviour, but the way they first experience intimate acts has utterly changed in just a generation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Politesse View Post
    Heterosexuality should be outlawed.
    Tongue in cheek?
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    Interesting. I would not have predicted that TSwizzle would show the most empathy.

    OTOH, I am not at all surprised that no one has suggested that boys need to be taught that girls have feelings and rights and the right to be not interested and in and out right objecting to being raped.

    What’s up with the shoulder shrug response to the rather horrible harassment and worse foisted on some pretty young girls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigers! View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Politesse View Post
    Heterosexuality should be outlawed.
    Tongue in cheek?
    Oh, I guess. But you must admit, a temporary ban would do wonders for women's rights. Male-female relationships sound incredibly violent and dangerous these days, just on the basis of the daily news.
    "Banish me from Eden when you will, but first let me eat of the tree of knowledge."

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    The problem here is not porn, but the lack of any decent reference as to what sex should be like. This is a sex ed failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Politesse View Post
    Heterosexuality should be outlawed.
    Or... I dunno... maybe teach young men to not be complete assholes about dating, and stop brainwashing children into believing that anal sex, breath play, s&m, bondage, and violence are "normal" sex? Why is it so hard to just fucking keep sex-ed to health and consent topics, instead of trying to inculcate children - especially female children - into being sexual objects and bimbos for the enjoyment of over-pornified boys?

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