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UK: Jamie is 13 and hasn’t even kissed a girl. But he’s now on the Sex Offender Register after online porn warped his mind…

(April 2012) Jamie was ten years old when he saw his first pornographic sex scene. During a sleepover, a classmate offered to show him ‘some funny pictures’ on his laptop. ‘At first I found it a bit scary and a bit yucky,’ Jamie told me as he shifted uncomfortably on his chair during our therapy session.

‘I didn’t know it was possible for people to do those sort of things — and there were lots of nasty close-ups. But it gave me funny feelings and the pictures started to stick in my head.’ Full Article

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  1. Anonymous

    It will not be long before masturbating before the age of 18 is considered child abuse, perpetrated by the child himself. This mindless madness is reprehensible.

    • Q

      I totally agree with you Anonymous:

      After reading this I think it clearly demonstrates just how seductive pornography actually is. Of course these people are too smart to notice and acknowledge that! And this is especially true in the stronghold of honesty, decency and morality (sarcastic statement)the USA. These people, as well as the people here need to make up their mind if they wish to punish people or help rehabilitate people. The poor child in the article is now a registrant and he has to go to therapy. I believe it’s a strong possibility most people arrested for looking at illegal pictures or movies are porn addicts, not pedos or pervs or whatever else these people wish to call them. I doubt this will ever be acknowledged or looked at because it doesnt fit in with their incurable predator mantra.

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