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Why we must discuss sex, rape and porn in the classroom

Children are exposed to pornography at a young age, thanks to the internet, social media and smartphones. 

The negative effects of this exposure is amplified without education and discussion. But is it appropriate to watch and dissect pornography in the classroom?

Heather Brunskell-Evans examines this issue over at The Conversation

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