Seven out of 10 British children have had a frank discussion with their parents by the age of 11, a survey has found.
The AVG Technology survey found:
- The conversation consists of sex, puberty and pornography.
- Most parents plan to have the chat about adult topics including pornography, sex and puberty by the time their kids are 10-years-old.
- Some 42% of parents did not have the same discussion with their mum and dad.
- But 97% said they plan to have it with their kids.
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