You find out that your 13-year-old is watching porn and you want to talk about it with him.

Nowadays pornography is much more accessible on TV, smartphones, computers and in magazines. It might also be very different from what you have looked at or know about. Although your teenager might not bring this subject up themselves, it is important to speak to them about it to ensure they have a healthy understanding. It can confuse teenagers’ perception of what is normal in behaviour and appearance.

“I know porn is more available to your generation – how do you feel about it? Are there any questions you want to ask me about it?”

“I was reading the paper today and it mentioned that almost a quarter of teenagers in the UK have watched porn. But people forget is that it’s not a true reflection of “real” sex or relationships. I don’t know if you have ever seen or watched it before but I hope you know that it’s your choice to watch it or not, as long as you remember what a healthy relationship is.”