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If the government is serious about protecting women and girls, it should replace toothless internet parental control policies with the expansion of meaningful sex-education

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This week David Cameron announced a new plan to limit access to internet pornography – internet users will be required to opt in or out of being able to view pornographic content with their ISPs. Amanda Conroy writes that while this new policy may not rate high on the impact meter, it reveals much about the discourses surrounding sex and society

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/39297/1/blogs.lse.ac.uk-If_the_government_is_serious_about_protecting_women_and_girls_it_should_substitute_toothless_internet.pdf

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