Singer-songwriter Annie Lennox has spoken out against children being exposed to explicit and sexualised music videos.
In an interview with ITV's Tonight programme, she said: "Personally I don't think it is appropriate that... that very young kids are exposed to entertainment in the form of pornography and what am I saying that I think is pornographic?
"I think it is when, and I am being specific, it's when you stand simulating masturbation with your clothes on or off... or bending over with your derriere in the air and thrusting your pelvis that's pretty hard core."
Watch the Tonight programme 'Pop, Sex and Videotape' - Thursday, 7.30pm on ITV
More top news
The broadcast figure-turned activist died on Monday at her Los Angeles home from metastatic breast cancer, her family said.
Warm with some wet weather
Melissa Mead has been campaigning to raise awareness of sepsis after losing her one-year-old son William to the illness.