Screening in Abbotsford for Over 18 documentary

Film examines how pornography is affecting youth

The screening of a documentary called Over 18 takes place Thursday, Nov. 10 at Abbotsford Canadian Reformed Church, 33927 King Rd.

Filmmakers Jared and Michelle Brock will be in attendance as part of a 70-city nationwide tour that includes a Parliamentary screening in Ottawa.

Over 18 is a film is about online pornography and how it’s affecting youth.

The filmmakers say that nine out of 10 boys and six out of 10 girls are exposed to online pornography before they are 18. On average, a boy will first see porn at age 12.

They say that 71 per cent of teens hide their online behaviour from their parents.

The screening in Abbotsford starts at 7 p.m. and is open to the public. Visit over18doc.com for more information.

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