Hi everyone! I'm really concerned with how easy it is for children to watch porn on their smartphones and laptops these days. But I suppose thats not really the problem, its the lack of Sex Education in schools to tell these kids that that's not real life, and definitely not the "norm." How many of you talk to your kids about sex, safe sex, and to be comfortable with the body you're given? Also, do any Moms out there feel an extra pressure to talk to their girls about peer pressure and the worry about boob jobs, labiaplasty, and dieting? I graduated from Uni in Nottingham quite a few years ago, but the drinking games/antics for women were just horrendous, I'm worried they're getting worse! I don't want my daughters to grow up thinking they should be a certain way, or their bodies should be different because a boy is used to seeing "porn" vaginas. Also, where did this concept that teaching children sex education in school will make them want to have sex earlier come from?!?! I think it would put me off!