Children are being left feeling insecure and disturbed after unintentionally watching hard-core pornography online, according to the NSPCC.  The charity has said that some primary school pupils have required counseling after stumbling across porn online.  The government recently announced that it has delayed plans to require pornography websites to verify the age of users.  According to NSPCC

figures, reported by the Daily Mail, over 2,000 youngsters contacted ChildLine’s advice service during the past three years to say they felt troubled after watching porn.  Out of the youngsters who received counseling, one in ten were eleven or under, and 63 percent were aged 12 to 15.  The charity’s research showed that 46 percent of children who watched porn were first exposed to it by accident.  READ MORE