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Research shows we need to talk to our children about pornography

The Ana Kriégel case has led to talk of a total ban on porn, but what really works is education

23rd June, 2019

The recent murder of Ana Kriégel has generated shock across the country. As we reel from the horrific details of this case, Ireland has seen a conversation re-emerge on the issue of pornography.

Thankfully, it is not the norm for children to have an extensive amount of pornography secreted away such as was found with individuals involved in this case, nor is it the norm for young people to access material featuring animals...

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