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The leading psychologist Terri Apter investigates Type into google any common female name, or the name of a sweet (such as a lollipop) or a flower (a blue orchid, say) and up will come links to websites that open on to a disturbing new world – a world of extreme pornography that includes images of child rape and other acts of sexual torture.But these are not sites restricted to private systems requiring credit-card payments or age verification; indeed, they are easily accessible by children.A Dutch rights group in 2013 identified over 1,000 paedophiles around the world by offering online sex with a computer-generated 10-year-old Filipina girl called “Sweetie”.Virtual characters like Sweetie are “the only effective way to stop webcam child-sex tourism,” project leader Hans Guijt recently told Dutch IT online news site Computable.It is really supposed to be a harmless non physical fling.I prefer to refer to it as a casual and short romantic experiment.Police have previously used the fake teens to trap potential paedophiles, but could not prosecute perpetrators because according to Dutch law no minor was actually involved.

It is not just knowing that graphic, violent pornography is available on the internet; parents are also worrying about the impact such material may have on their children's – and particularly their sons' – emotional and intellectual development.It is now estimated that 12 per cent of our five- to seven-year-olds and 16 per cent of eight- to 17-year-olds have unintentionally stumbled on to some of the estimated 250 million pages of pornography on the internet, while 38 per cent of older teens admit to seeking out such sites.And what they find is a far cry from the "top shelf" magazines their parents might have stashed under their mattresses when they were teens. In essence it is an interest in something but for a very short time.Connotations vary, in this article I will be addressing that which is of a flitting sexual nature.