Are children turning to pornography to educate themselves about sex? Are boys coercing girls to do things they later regret? A 24-year-old secondary school teacher tells the brickandmortarphilly.com she's shocked by the stories she hears from her teenage pupils.


"The language boys use to discuss sex and sexual acts is degrading and shows a lack of understanding of consent and the actual mutual respect required to have meaningful sex.


"The girls, equally, are taught not to respect their own bodies and don't comprehend the notion that they may be being used.


"There was one time when one of the girls, who was 14, was really upset and said to me, 'I sucked his dick and he doesn't love me - he told me he loved me and he doesn't.'


"I don't think anyone can say a 14 or 16-year-old girl has performed these sex acts and enjoyed it - they just go along with it.

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"They're going along with it at the time, it's almost like it's an honour that they're chosen, especially if it's a popular boy, almost like a validation of their appearance and attractiveness - or they think it is.


"I don't think these girls are aware of their vulnerability. I think these girls - 14 plus - will look back and think, 'Yeah, I was coerced into that.'


"You need to make the girls realise they are being objectified and used and make them aware they are vulnerable to this sort of thing.


"If a boy doesn't want a photo of you or 'get with you' as they say, you're not attractive.


"It's as bad not to have had a boy take a sexual interest in you, in a 15-year-old's view, as it is to be constantly asked for photos.


"I think the boys are quite clever, they tend to go for the ones who can be manipulated - not all boys obviously.


"I was on break time duty and I heard a boy say 'I put my hand in her pants and it was like a forest and I was quick out of there.'


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"That's a porn thing, where every single woman has got no pubic hair - I don't think you can say it's not.


"And if they're shaving improperly down there, they are putting their health at risk, for example, if they're using an old razor or a used one, they can increase their risk of infection.


"It's not about loving meaningful relationships or about consent - that's not really covered.


"They know a lot about STIs and condoms but not a lot about the meaningful aspect.


"It needs a revolution. They need specialists coming in - teachers can see PHSE as a bit of an extra, they're certainly not specialists in it, it's an extra lesson or 20 minutes in form.


"We're setting them up to go on to a porn website to learn about sex. I don't think they're going on there to get kicks, but to learn about sex and that obviously feeds into a whole societal thing.

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"I think we can blame a lot of things on the porn industry, we can blame social media and the ease of access.