BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Public Health Commission is hoping to help teens navigate the often-toxic world of online pornography with a “Porn Literacy” program.

The goal? Let teens talk in a peer setting about some of the things they’ve seen — and to educate them about healthy relationships.

Jess Alder, director of BPHC’s Start Strong program, and Kyaralind, a peer leader in the “Porn Literacy” program, joined WBZ’s Paula Ebben and Liam Martin on Monday night to talk about the program.

You can learn more about it here: bphc.org/startstrong.

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