Apr 182013

The good people at n+1 magazine – a recent discovery of T’s, and now mine – are conducting some research:

We’re exploring what it means—if anything—that people now encounter sex on the internet at early ages. We’d like to hear from you about the change from a world where sexually explicit depictions were less accessible to one in which they are instantly available.

If you’re interested, e-mail them here. And tell them I sent you.

  2 Responses to “Pornography research”

  1. My kids have already seen photos of me on the Internet by accident. I don’t think they really know what they are looking at at their age. It kind of normalizes it, I think in a good way. Self-acceptance and all. N, has your son ever seen any of your photo collection? Did he ask about it?

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