March 13, 2013, (LifeSiteNews.com) – One of the highest-ranking police officials in Scotland has warned that if pornography's effects on the culture are not checked, it will “result in a higher number of victims of serious sexual crime.”

Assistant Chief Constable Malcolm Graham said porn is warping the perceptions of a generation of British children, making young boys more likely to assault girls.

“There is academic evidence coming out to suggest [pornography] is having an impact on how young men in particular perceive relationships and women,” he said.

“We need to change the attitudes, behavior, and perceptions of men to make a difference to that,” he stated. “We also need it make it clear to young people that what they are seeing on a computer screen isn’t real life.”

His analysis came as government agencies announced a coordinated drive to prevent young people from acting on the misleading image created by X-rated websites. The effort comes as two reports show the depths of sexual degradation in the UK.

Britain's Centre for Social Justice announced more than 500 girls – half of them British – had been trafficked in sex slavery last year.

A 16-year-old British girl, whom the report calls “Hannah,” was raped 90 times over one weekend.

In another case, a Nigerian woman named “Mary” faced a forced abortion. Her controller, Tony, had deceived her into entering a brothel, where she saw 10-12 men a day. “After some time Mary fell pregnant,” the report stated. “When Tony found out he was furious; he attacked Mary and tried to abort her baby by force.”

Approximately 94 percent of sexual trafficking victims in 2011 were women, but some men fell prey to abuse, as well.

A 53-year-old Romanian electrician was forced to live in a shed, reatedly beaten, and then raped by the two men who “owned" him.

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The 224-page report, entitled It Happens Here, was written over 18 months. It may be downloaded here.

Yet another UK report found that thousands of British children had committed sexual offenses. In all 4,562 minors – some as young as five – committed 5,028 sexual offenses over the three year period from 2009-2012. That figure excluded data from nine metropolitan police forces.

The group behind the report, the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), linked the high number of sexual crimes commited by children to the preponderance of pornography. 

NSPCC Policy Advisor Claire Lilley warned that easy access to pornography is "warping young people’s views of what is ‘normal’ or acceptable behavior.”

Patrick Trueman, a former federal prosecutor in the Reagan administration and president of Morality In Media, told LifeSiteNews.com that when children “see sexual violence, domination, rape, and other similar acts so commonly depicted in modern-day pornography, as today's children do, they will act out those out.”