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28 Sep '14

News 'Any boy who tells you that he hasn't seen porn is lying. Porn changes what you expect from girls'

In the age of relentless online pornography, chatrooms, sexting and smartphones, the way teenage boys learn about relationships has changed dramatically Observer sex survey 2014 results in full: Britain loses its sexual swagger Tim Adams on why Britain is having less sex How the British changed their minds about sexCraig is a tall 16-year-old with a quiet but confident manner. He recently left his local comprehensive in a gritty part of south London with good GCSE results and wants to do an engineering apprenticeship after his A-levels.He pulls a face when I ask if he or his friends have ever watched pornography. "I think as kids we found it funny. I don't think we watched it in the way it is supposed to be seen, you know, it was something to laugh at because it was outrageous," he says, clearly speaking in the past tense. "It's quite immature, isn't it?" Like most of his friends, he doesn't sext or arrange hook-ups using social media and has a long-term girlfriend. Continue reading...

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