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Pornography exposure and early sexualisation blamed for rise in student attacks

The sexualisation of children and their easy access to online pornography is helping drive a significant jump in student-on-student sexual and indecent assault allegations at school, a leading psychologist warns.

In NSW government schools alone, the number of alleged student-on-student attacks rose from 90 incidents in 2015 to 142 last year. In the first five months of this year, 87 allegations of sexual and indecent assault in primary and secondary schools involving students were made.

The figures, released under freedom of information laws, ­reveals the number of alleged ­incidents involving the very young is also increasing.

In 2015, there were two allegations of sexual assault involving NSW primary-school students on other students. This rose to 14 incidents last year, and seven allegations ­involving primary schoolers were made by May.

Read the full article in The Australian here

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