Pornography is having negative impacts on children and young people. And increased sexual violence among children is only the tip of the iceberg.
If you find your partner having a virtual relationship with someone else – or with a computer-generated individual – is that the same as adultery?
How real is the threat of pornography? And what are the most appropriate responses?
The Digital Economy Bill would effectively create a hackable register of pornography users and block 'unconventional' material.
There's no evidence that the increase in children committing sexual offences is because they watch online porn.
When translating The 120 Days of Sodom, we had a duty to be just as rude, crude, and revolting as Sade.
Drawing on surveys and group discussions with teenage boys about their use of pornography, Gonzo provides a window into young men’s experiences that's in equal parts funny, engaging, and confronting.
There is no doubt that virtual reality is the next big thing. But for families with young children, it may be wiser to wait a little before leaping headlong into this new reality.
Online porn is big business and has plenty of adults viewing the content. But young children can also be exposed to porn, and much of that comes from accidental or unwanted exposure.
When reality fails to match fantasy, relationships can suffer.
Porn is probably not the most important cause of sexual harms for young people.
This French film about upper middle-class teenagers having orgies gets to the heart of teen sex issues in the age of YouTube.
More pupils in Ghana, Malawi and South Africa are taking smartphones to school. These can be useful learning tools – or terrible distractions.
Pornography has implications for public health, but scholars need to think critically about the issue and look past rhetoric.
How sexual attraction to a disabled body is about more than just desires of the flesh.
Asking female porn directors to share their work for free on International Women's Day is a backward step that masks industry inequalities.
The debate around around children and online porn is more than just requiring sites ask their age.
Pornography is a handy scapegoat that diverts our attention away from our deeper problems with sex and violence.
The stash of hidden magazines you might remember from your youth is vastly different from the sexually explicit content children are exposed to today.
According to a pornography historian, Playboy was always able to stay above the fray because nudity was never central to its brand.