The increase of pornography use and addiction among adults is a growing concern around the world. Sadly, it is far worse for today’s children who are growing up in a fully connected world. Porn is devastating an entire generation of young people.  According to ChildLine founder Dame Esther Rantzen, “Young people are turning to the internet to learn about sex and relationships. We know they

are frequently stumbling across porn, often unintentionally, and they are telling us very clearly that this is having a damaging and upsetting effect on them.”  Many studies report that the average age of a child’s first exposure to pornography is 11 years old. But security technology company Bitdefender’s research states that children under the age of 10 now comprise 22 percent of online porn viewing for youth under 18 years old. The under-10-years-old group now accounts for 1 in 10 visitors to porn video sites. READ MORE