Preventing Children From Watching P()rn Infringes on Their Human Rights; UNICEF Report Declares -See Full Detail

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A report published by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says that p0rn0graphy may not always be harmful to children. And preventing children from watching p@rn may violate their human rights based on extensive interpretation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
The report based its conclusion on a European study of 19 EU countries. And found that in most countries, most children who saw p@rn0graphy were “neither upset nor happy.” The UNICEF report says 39% of Spanish children were happy after seeing p@rn0graphy

The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) report detailed how government policy protects children from harmful, abusive and violent content online. The 2020 EU Kids Online Study inferred that some children and young people “intentionally seek out s3xual content” for different reasons. And that these s3xual images might provide answers to questions about puberty and s3xual identity.

But anti-p@rn organizations disagree with the UNICEF data because it overlooks the harms of p0rn@graphy to children. According to Lisa Thompson, vice president and director of the Research Institute at the National Center on S3xual Exploitation, “UNICEF’s report ignores the vast body of research demonstrating the harms of p0rn@graphy to children. By ignoring the real harms p()rnography can have, UNICEF is playing roulette with children’s health and safety.”

She said, “Mainstream p@rn()graphy contains horrific s3xual abuse, rape, incest, racism – all of which children should not consume. UNICEF’s milquetoast assessment of the impacts hardcore p()rn@graphy on children does nothing to challenge the political narrative that p()rno@graphy is benign, and as a result, puts children in harm’s way.”



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