45% think lads' mags fuel sexism

A Daybreak survey has revealed almost half of people thought lad's mags, like Nuts and Zoo, encouraged sexism and 77% would not allow their child to buy one. The poll comes ahead of a meeting between MPs calling on shops to stop stocking them.

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Internet porn much worse than lads' mags, says model

Lads' mags should be left on the shelves as the internet provides "horrific" sexual imagery which is "freely available" for young boys to look at, a former glamour model told Daybreak.

"There's a complete difference to a sexy woman in lingerie on the front of a magazine to hardcore pornography. It is completely different," Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace said.

Woman's groups and MPs will meet later today to discuss lads' mags and are continuing to campaign for Tesco to stop stocking them.

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