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Teenagers describe why they watch online porn

A group of MPs is calling on the government to force broadband providers to act on the easy access to online porn.

The Independent Parliamentary Inquiry into Online Child Protection said the exposure is having a negative impact on young people's attitudes to sex, relationships and body image.

BBC Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire spoke to Clairy Perry, who is chairing the ministerial group, and to two young people, Adam, 19, and Hyam, 18, who regulary watch pornography online.

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