Too Much Too Young - join in the debate
In Too Much Too Young, Panorama tackles the thorny subject of sexuality and children.
A generation ago the debate used to be about whether children could cope with sex education being taught in school.
Now concern rages over provocative clothing, suggestive dancing on prime time TV and easy access to pornography for youngsters.
The programme has found evidence that almost a quarter of children aged 9-16 have seen some form of pornography in the last year - through the internet, television, magazines or DVDs.
Perhaps more worrying is that of those, 41% of their parents believed that their children had not seen any porn images.
The sexualisation of our children has hit the headlines again recently - some groups claiming that even mainstream television shows are part of the problem, with digital rights campaigners arguing the debate has been hijacked by reactionary forces.
Sophie Raworth, a mother of three, goes behind the headlines to discover what images young people are being exposed to and asks what impact the sexualised world is having on our children.
Is Too Much Too Young putting them at risk?
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