Sunday March 29, 2020

Off message: We need to talk about porn

We don’t like talking to our children about porn, but in the wake of the Ana Kriégel trial, it’s clear that it’s a conversation we simply must have. Because the consequences of ignoring the issue are too alarming

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
23rd June, 2019

We’re doing our kids a disservice if we don’t talk to them about porn, and if we don’t find the very best ways to protect them from porn while they’re young and impressionable.

I know the Irish have a reputation for being terrible at talking about sex, but frankly, in 2019, with the likes of Playboy magazine fading fast in the memory, replaced by far more aggressively...

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