Teenage boys as young as 16 are experiencing symptoms of erectile dysfunction due to excessively viewing violent and hardcore pornography, an expert has revealed.

And the ready access to porn on every device at any time of the day is teaching dangerous lessons about what healthy sexual relationships should be like.
Psychologist and writer Collett Smart has written the new book They’ll Be Okay, outlining the conversations parents should have with their children.

One of the trickiest topics to tackle is undoubtedly porn, which Ms Smart said is one of this new generation’s biggest issues to navigate.
“Porn affects how they see relationships, sex and intimacy before most of them have even had their first kiss or held someone’s hand,” Ms Smart said.

Pornography is not new, but its availability has gone from hidden magazines and the odd VHS tape to quick, free and always on. And the content itself has changed, she said.

– Shannon Molloy, The Morning Bulletin

Read the full article: Porn making teen boys ‘impotent’

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Collett Smart also authored chapter 13 in the Generation Next Handbook ‘Nurturing Young Minds’ also published by Hachette, find out more here.