“Preliminary analysis of data from a 2016 Indiana University survey of more than 600 pairs of children and their parents reveals a parental naïveté gap: Half as many parents thought their 14- and 18-year-olds had seen p-rn as had in fact watched it. And depending on the sex act, parents underestimated what their kids saw by as much as 10 times.” From the NYT Mag: What Teenagers Are Learning From Online P-rn. I’m not sure all the potential viewing examples in this article are equally likely: “Imagine that you are a 14-year-old today. A friend might show you a short p-rn clip on his phone during the bus ride to school or after soccer practice. A p-rnographic GIF appears on Snapchat. Or you mistype the word ‘fishing’ and end up with a bunch of links to ‘fisting’ videos.” (Hey, if nothing else, the kid will definitely learn to be a more careful typist.)