BBC Asks If There Should Be Porn for Children

'Should there be age-appropriate porn as has been suggested so they can learn about consent and what’s respectful and what’s not?' asks a tweet by the BBC Woman's Hour.

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The taxpayer-funded British Broadcasting Corporation is asking whether it’s a good idea to show children pornographic material in order to teach them about sex.

In a tweet by the BBC Woman’s Hour Tuesday, the network sought input from viewers on the sickening topic, which they ludicrously claimed could teach children “about consent and what’s respectful and what’s not.”

“What’s the best way to inform teenagers about porn?” the broadcaster shockingly tweeted.

“Should there be age-appropriate porn as has been suggested so they can learn about consent and what’s respectful and what’s not? What do you think? Email us your opinions.”

The BBC’s mention of “As has been suggested” is undoubtedly a reference to an idea by liberal author Flora Gill, who last week made an ill-advised tweet stating that “Someone needs to create porn for children.”

“Young teens are already watching porn but they’re finding hardcore, aggressive videos that give a terrible view of sex. They need entry level porn! A soft core site where everyone asks for consent and no one gets choked,” Gill wrote in the tweet.

The subsequent backlash was so severe, Gill deleted her tweet.

Now the British Broadcasting Corporation has latched on to the perverted notion and is actively entertaining it as though it should be taken seriously.

However, given the network’s past scandals with pedophiles, especially disgraced DJ Jimmy Savile – who hosted the BBC’s Top of the Pops show in the 60s where he reportedly sexually abused over 165 children – it’s perhaps wise for the BBC to stay out of this one.

The network’s tweet was roundly rejected by Twitter users.


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