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'I'm tired of educating your kids': French porn star urges parents to get control of their teen sons

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'I'm tired of educating your kids': French porn star urges parents to get control of their teen sons
Photo: Nikita Bellucci/Twitter
16:48 CET+01:00
French porn actress Nikita Bellucci has blasted parents saying they need to stop their sons accessing X-rated websites and teach them proper sex education after being inundated with lewd messages and abuse from underage boys.
In the past Bellucci has even sent screengrabs of the messages to parents on Facebook as part of her campaign to sound the alarm over the "total lack of prevention and education" for young adolescents when it comes to watching porn.
 
Although perhaps unsurprisingly she says she has never had a response. 
 
This week she took this mission one step further, posting a tweet with screenshots of some of the messages along with the words: "A message for those who care about their kids...or not!" 
 
The messages, which Bellucci says she has been getting from young teens for the past five years, include requests for her to send them nude photos. 
 
The tweet also included a mini-tirade from Bellucci on the subject. 
 
 
"I'm getting tired of educating your kids. Stop offloading your responsibilities onto sex workers. Yes, access to pornographic content is unfortunately not controlled enough, however do you find it normal to receive regular messages from kids asking for photos, to have sex with them for the first time ...," she said.
 
Unsurprisingly the tweet went viral and provoked a surge of hatred against the porn star on social media, as well as support.
 
But Bellucci isn't the only person in France raising questions over the effects of watching porn at a young age. 
 
In speech about ending violence against women in November, French president Emmanuel Macron addressed the issue directly. 
 
Macron announced his plan to extend the powers of France's broadcasting regulator CSA to cover X-rated films as well as launch an awareness campaign on pornography in secondary schools.
 
"The CSA plays an indispensable role in regulating audiovisual content everywhere and stopping the most undignified behavior becoming a form of tacit propaganda," said the president.
 
"Today we do not regulate access to video games, internet content and pornographic content that is increasingly available.
 
"In 2018, under the authority of the Prime Minister and with the special commitment of the Minister of Justice, we will have to rethink the framework of our regulation," Macron said, vowing to tighten controls on all content "which can... lead to violence, in particular against women."
 
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Photo: Nikita Bellucci/Twitter
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