Sexting is now an established part of most children and young people's sexual development.
The Abusive Behaviour and Sexual Harm (Scotland) Act is coming into force in April and the pressure to make sex education compulsory the issue has never been at a more crucial discussion point.
Red Harbour were asked to compile an agenda for Holyrood Communications to explore some of the root causes as to why sexting and pornography has become so ubiquitous; the long term impacts of sexting and pornography on children and young people's sexual development and discuss and debate the role of professionals, parents and guardians to help educate and support children in their care
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