British Culture Getting Affected with Porn, Says Diane Abbott

British Culture Getting Affected with Porn, Says Diane Abbott

Health minister Diane Abbott has warned in her speech that British culture is highly pornified and is a bad influence for the young people. She is looking for revolution through sex education.

She brings with her a vision to control this superfluous trend. In her cards of solution, she is planning to have a "national conversation" between parents and children. This conversation should involve discussions over sex, porn and technology.

In 2011, the head of the Mother's Union, Reg Bailey had conducted a review. It was an initiative by the Government to look into the reasons for children's inclination towards sex. Text messages carrying sexual content would no doubt create a strip-tease culture, said Ms. Abbott. Through the research, it was found that nine out of ten parents agreed that their children were under peer pressure to grow before time. They find 40% exposure has been through public places like shop window displays and advertising hoardings.

According to Ms. Abbot, the biggest concern appears to be the internet where adult material is easily accessible. She termed these as the `dark corners of the Internet'. With new strategies in mind, she is also looking for children friendly computers that would filter out the adult content on Internet.

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