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Toowoomba near the Gold Coast of Australia are vowing to no longer watch porn. The Australian town bans porn. They hope that they can abolish it from their community with this method. The family friendly town will still keep their brothel and strip clubs.

‘I acknowledge that viewing pornography promotes exploitation of women and violence against women, and it damages families. I commit that I won’t view porn and I will help create a city free from porn,’ Pledges dozens of towns people who attended the rally led by Mayor Paul Antonio.

The Mayor also realises that it’s optimistic to think that all 100,000 of the citizens of Toowoomba will be able to stick with the ban. He was adamant however by saying ‘We’re not talking about the people who are visiting the brothel or going along to the strip club,’ who apparently aren’t as harmful to the community as watching porn can be.

Residents argue that porn is harmful to relationships. They state that porn is aggressive towards women. Neither of these things apply to their brothel or strip club or adult shops. The movement is supported by Toowoomba City Women chief executive Letitia. It’s also supported by John Minz, chairman of domestic violence awareness group Toowoomba Together.

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Sex education for students should be replaced with porn suggests Dame Jenni Murray

Dame Jenni Murray has suggested the way schools teach sex education to students should be changed. Sex education in the UK currently shows the biology of the sexual organs and sexual safety as well as birth control. She suggests that these things should be moved into biology.

She suggests instead that students should watch pornography and study it as if they would a book. They would analysis what’s happening in the video and ask questions. She hopes this way they’ll learn things such as being fully shaven or moaning loudly isn’t compulsory for women.

She also thinks students should be taught things such as “why do we get cross if a boy looks up a girl’s skirt?”.

Dame Murray believes that pornography culture isn’t going to go away. Because of this parents should be aware of what their sons and daughters are able to access. Conclusively you can’t get rid of it, parents should instead understand they need to talk to their children about it.

The sex education forum have stated,

“We acknowledge young people need help to stay safe on the internet and that includes learning about how to manage their increasing exposure to pornography, in a sensitive and age-appropriate way.”

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Husband tries to serialise wife’s cheating sex diary

A dutch husband is being sued by his wife for trying to serialise her sex diary which he found. The diary contains details of her cheating on him. The 46 year old Transavia air stewardess kept a diary of her sexploits with work colleagues.

Firstly the husband finds her sex diary on the company. Then he leaks it to the press in Holland. Upon finding out the wife and her airline sue him in hopes of the stories not being serialised in the press.  The appeal is set for October 24th.

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