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Connector of the Day: Justin Ribeiro dos Santos

February 8th, 2010
04:30 PM ET

There has been a long debate as to whether sex education is something that should be taught to young children in school. But what if things were taken one step further and soft-core pornography was included in the mix?

How far should sex education go?

How far should sex education go?

It's something that adult film director, Justin Ribeiro dos Santos, thinks will help properly educate students when it comes to sex.

The 32-year-old Englishman believes that in an over-sexualized world, young people aren't getting a correct image of what sex is actually like as well as the potential dangers of addiction when it comes to pornography.

“Kids know a lot about the dangers of drug abuse, but we should say to kids, porn is a vice and, like drugs or alcohol or overeating, it can get out of control," Justin told the Times of London newspaper.

"Parents need to join forces with schools because all this needs to be talked about openly."

We'd like to you know what you think.

Do you think pornography should be included in the school curriculum? Have young people's visions of sex been skewed by the internet? Is education the answer?

Please leave your questions below.