Showing posts from February, 2012

We are what we watch.

If children are influenced by what they watch on screen; how much more are they influenced by the so called sex education films they have to watch at school before they are ready. if they see it then they want to try it. Of course there is no stopping them seeing things on the computer or tv at home. But should we compound the problems. Also we sear the consciences of the young with underage films and violent games to play.

Children aged 10 to 14 who watch a lot of movies featuring alcohol are twice as likely to drink, according to new research.
Experts questioned more than 6,500 youngsters four times, asking in each session whether they had seen any of 50 films selected at random.

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