johnhh - 12:57 am on Jul 23, 2013 (gmt 0)
I'm with @tigger on this one
No longer , um, they never had if my 'long' memory serves me right. Kids are much the same as they always have been, the technology may be different - thats all.
Parents no longer have control over what their kids see
Now you are going to make the point about watching by mistake... no worse than picking up certain books in a library or magazines at a newsagents( or more likely at school ), by 'mistake'.
Where do you draw the line on 'p*rn' ? who knows it's what makes an individual feel uncomfortable , either themselves or for people they are responsible for, thats my definition.
I get really fed up with pressure groups trying to run peoples lifes ( and their children's ), seems a common theme these days. No riding your bike to school now kids, way too dangerous, no climbing trees, no walkng on your own, no ... fill in the gap yourselves.