Dr Michael Flood's 7 tweets focused on the clear and consistent evidence of pornography’s effects or impact

Just in case you were wondering if the jury was still out on pornography's effects on young people Dr Michael Flood, Associate Professor at the University of Wollongong, took to Twitter to set the record straight. 

We hope community members and policy makers will take note. 








See Dr Michael Flood's address at the Pornography and Harms to Children and Young People Symposium

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