Shock, Horror!

One child in every primary school class has been sent a sexual image by an adult, major NSPCC study finds

The kids of today don’t seem any worse than those of yesteryear, before digital photography was commonplace.

From which we should probably conclude that being sent a sexual image by an adult doesn’t do much to children.

That rather being something we think is true about children, why we insist they cannot give valid consent for example, they don’t really understand what sex is and thus sexual imagery.

11 thoughts on “Shock, Horror!”

  1. Aren’t primary school kids given sex education and gay propaganda in schools now anyway?

    So why worry about them seeing a serial image of they’ve already had it rammed down their throats by the state? (metaphorically)

  2. I’d like to see their definition of a “sexual image” could be so broad it catches holiday snaps from Mom and today’s dad .

  3. The NSPPC are nothing but a marxist –mainly femmi-marxist–propaganda dispensing machine.

    How could they possibly know what pictures millions of kids have been sent.

    Another fake charity to be shut down asap.

  4. I don’t think I’ve seen anyone anywhere (except for myself) picking apart the implications for the notion of ‘sexual consent’ that comes with Belgium (Holland?) allowing euthanasia of minors.

  5. One child in every primary school class has been sent a sexual image by an adult, major NSPCC study finds

    Perhaps from Mummy’s new boyfriend, which the NSPCC will deviously refer to or suggest is ‘father’ in their next advertising campaign?

  6. “One child in every primary school class has been sent a sexual image by an adult”: they can’t possibly know that. So it’s a lie.

  7. “One child in every primary school class” So one in 30… also I would like their definition of ‘Adult’ and ‘Sexual image’.

    Or do they mean that only one child in 30 pays attention in the new sex ed. classes.

  8. What dearieme said
    They would have had to ask children from every school class in the country. They had spoken to 40,000 children of which between 1k and 2k had received such images (a lower frequency in primary school than secondary school).
    Half-a-million or so school classes and less than 2,000 – which is less than 1% of the number of classes – had received a sexual image. That is, allegedly, one child in every class – we’re not just talking about some guy who cannot understand the difference between 1 and 100, we’ve got someone who thinks “some” is the same as “every”.

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