Teenagers 'can be corrupted' by Hollywood sex scenes

From the UK Telegraph
Psychologists concluded that teenagers exposed to more sex on screen in   popular films are likely to have sexual relations with more people and   without using condoms.

The study, based on nearly 700 popular films, found that watching love scenes   could “fundamentally influence” a teenager’s personality.
The researchers, from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, concluded youngsters   were more prone to take risks in their future relationships.
They also concluded that for every hour of exposure to sexual content   on-screen, participants were more than five times more likely to lose their   virginity within six years.
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