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Kids are seeing porn sooner than adults think, which can turn addictive

If liquor companies had vending machines outside their buildings and to buy some, you had to press a button that asked: Are you 21? Yes or no? Would you, as a parent, stand for it?

Anti-pornography advocates say the answer would be no - and the same should apply to online porn sites.

Eleven is the average age a child is first exposed to porn. And 94 percent of kids will see porn by age 14.

Documentary filmmaker Jared Brock says he saw porn for the first time when he was 10. Former porn addict David Paisley, 29,

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