Should there be stricter controls on sexual imagery?
Children are increasingly exposed to sexual imagery in computer games, adverts and teen magazines, according to a report. Should this material be regulated?
A Home Office study warns that children are increasingly exposed to material that their parents don't know about, and calls for tougher regulation of sexual imagery.
Games consoles and mobiles should be barred from accessing adult material to limit children's exposure to sexual imagery.
Report author Dr Linda Papadopoulos also said there was a clear link between sexualised imagery and violence towards girls.
Do you think children are exposed to ever increasing amounts of sexual imagery? Are you a parent who is worried about this? Would you welcome stricter controls on adverts, computer games and mobile phone content?
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