SINGAPORE – Parents must play their part in educating their children about sexuality.

“Since Internet porn is here to stay and cannot (by the nature of the Internet) be controlled, we need balanced education of both children and parents, and appropriate education on what healthy sexuality and sexually appropriate behaviour is,” said Mr Andrew da Roza, a psychotherapist with Promises Healthcare and chairman of We Care Community Services, which treats addictions.

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