Teenagers and Porn?

One of the big debates over whether pornography should be censored or regulated or otherwise side-lined is that kids might accidental stumble upon it and that it might cause an unwanted psychological impact.

This is slightly complicated as really when people say “kids”, they also tend to include teenagers, who think and behave very differently than kids.
Kids proper to some extent can be kept in line by parents with tools like parent controls, filters, simple supervision and possibly some level of guidance.

It is a lot harder to handle teenagers who may be rebellious and may have a greater tech savvy than even the parents, capable of bypassing parental controls, gaining admin privileges, bypassing filters both local and national and otherwise finding ways to access all the content society does not want them to.

They might even resent over-stringent measures. I’m wondering what the best policy in that sort of area would really be. One reason that societies dislike lolicon and even regular (legal I add) pornography is that quite a significant number of them end up looking at it.

If pornography promotes unhealthy stereotypes, then perhaps some form of extended sex education might be an option? I’m not sure how effective prohibition can really be here.

This is relevant, in case you haven’t seen it: https://prostasia.org/blog/censoring-online-porn-keep-children-safe/

Slightly unrelated, but in regards to that article, I feel like people were a lot more proactive about providing safer spaces earlier in the internet when things were a lot smaller and it kind of went out of hand as the internet grew out of control and the tech giants assumed their places.

I remember going on sites when I was quite young and some disabled certain features like messaging for younger users and others put little articles in prominent places to help teach people how to stay safe online.
It wasn’t perfect, but to some extent, a lot more people did their part to try to keep people safe. The internet seems a lot colder and more impersonal these days?