Posts Tagged “sex education”
by Rachel Bell on December 15, 2015
Sentencing the murderer of teenager Becky Watts, the judge, Mr Justice Dingemans, broke down and cried. The sixteen year old’s step brother, Nathan Matthews, inflicted over 40 injuries on the school girl and dismembered her body. November 25 is International (…)
by Rachel Bell on May 5, 2015
This post is an insight into Gail Dines findings on what a 12 year old boy will find today, because that’s the age a boy will typically look for free porn on google. It can be younger. And in the words of the anti-porn academic, author and campaigner, the porn he’ll find makes the magazines of the 1970s such as Playboy and Hustler, look like ‘the good old days.’
by Rachel Bell on October 10, 2014
Wow, a 17 year old school girl has just been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala Yousafzai is the youngest person to receive the prize. AND SHE IS A GIRL. She was shot in the head by the Taliban for (…)
by Rachel Bell on January 30, 2007
With sex education failing to teach young people about relationships, pornography – on mobiles, online and in magazines – is increasingly filling the gap. Rachel Bell reports.
by Rachel Bell on March 1, 2006
One man taking violence against women out of the realm of ‘women’s issues’ and giving young boys and men a positive role model is Damian Carnell, from Nottinghamshire Domestic Violence Forum (NDVF). Rachel Bell meets him and gets a male perspective on male violence.
by Rachel Bell on August 22, 2005
Some of the many letters, printed in The Guardian, responsding to my article, It’s porn innit?
by Rachel Bell on August 15, 2005
What does the Playboy logo mean to you? To WHSmith, it means one of the most popular ranges of stationery ever sold. And it’s aimed at children. What’s going on, asks Rachel Bell.