I found porn when I was 10-11. Frankly, it's no big deal. I say this because I learned more about sex talking to my parents and friends than I ever would have watching porn. I'm sixteen now, and sex is a major topic in Highschools. So yes, a lot of people are exposed to porn on the internet, but really, there are much worse things to be concerned about.
1.) Porn will never disappear, and will only become easier to find accidentally/on purpose. 2.) Porn does no damage to anyone - if they're watching it, it's because they want to. 3.) Sex will always be a big topic amongst teens, regardless of what's on the internet.
So I understand the point you're trying to make, but for us, here in America, porn will always exist. It's a given.
First of all I really appreciate your comment and I want to give you little background of this campaign. basically this is a social awareness campaign regarding misuse of modern technology like "computers, internet, mobile etc etc"
I am agreed on that pron does not harm anyone if the viewer is mature 18+ that's why we target youth/teenager because they are not mature and they can be in trouble by watching it like teenage pregnancy abortion and all if girl give birth in her teen did you think she is able to give good future to her child?
Our mature concern is this stats "More than 400,000 teen girls, aged 15-19 years, give birth each year in the US"