NSPCC accused of risking its reputation and ‘whipping up moral panic’ with study into porn addiction among children

“Campaigners say the charity’s ‘flimsy research’, which found that a tenth of 12 to 13-year-olds fear addiction to pornography, could have ‘very dangerous’ results.”

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One Response to “NSPCC accused of risking its reputation and ‘whipping up moral panic’ with study into porn addiction among children”

  1. Jack Summer Says:

    Now we are getting somewhere! Next up, attack all these “child protection agencies for whipping moral panic on child prostitution, child pornography, adult/child sexuality, etc. Then we can see real change and a better society coming about.

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