Sex texts epidemic: Experts warn sharing explicit photos is corrupting children

Sex texts epidemic: Experts warn sharing explicit photos is corrupting childrenA disturbing investigation has warned that children as young as 13 are routinely swapping intimate photos One boy told Channel 4 News that 'you would have seen a girl's breasts before you've seen their face'A girl told researchers that she gets asked for explicit pictures at least two or three times a week Censors were forced yesterday to announce a crackdown on depraved films amid fears they distort boys views on women | UPDATED: 07:36 GMT, 11 December 2012 Disturbing: A new report has found that boys and girls as young as 13 are routinely swapping explicit photos of themselves a practice known as 'sexting' Boys and girls as young as 13 routinely swap explicit pictures of themselves, a disturbing investigation reveals today. Children are now so sexualised the practice has become ‘mundane and mainstream’

At last, censors crack down on sexually violent films that corrupt teenage boys" minds

At last, censors crack down on sexually violent films that corrupt teenage boys' mindsThe British Board of Film Classification has announced it will tighten guidelines which will see more films banned Campaign groups said that the decision was 'long overdue'The move follows outrage over the release of Human Centipede II last year which had initially been banned | UPDATED: 07:36 GMT, 11 December 2012 Crackdown: An 18 certificate will no longer be sufficient to protect some viewers from sexually deprived and barbaric films with some set to be banned or have scenes cut Sexually violent horror films will finally face a crackdown by censors over fears they distort the way teenage boys view women. The ‘long overdue’ decision comes following research which found widespread public concern over the increasing number of sexually depraved and barbaric films being fed to British audiences.