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'My parents do tell me sex is a beautiful, private thing and important in a lasting relationship.

But it doesn't seem like that with all this stuff about, and what I wrote didn't seem so bad when everyone else writes and talks like that, too. But I got caught and made to feel dirty.' The N-Dubz album is sold in record stores with a tiny parental advisory sticker on it (smaller than my little finger nail).

Four-letter words are abundant and sex, quite often aggressive, multi-partner or sado-masochistic, is written about in body-part detail, and often more than hinted at on film.

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Their album went straight into the charts at No11 last year and has since gone platinum with sales of more than 300,000.

They are increasingly popular with children, making an appearance on BBC's Children In Need this year (as non-singing guests). They've had three other Top 40 hits and so we thought their album would be cool.

Sally had also been inspired by a song from Lily Allen.

It's Not Fair is the lament of a girl whose boyfriend is no good in bed and who 'doesn't make her scream'.

It was a massive Top 40 hit, reaching No 5 in the charts and staying in the Top 10 from February until June of this year.

Lily Allen sang the censored version of the hit on Ant and Dec's early evening Saturday Night Take Away in March and it is also played on the mainstream radio channels.They were also special guests on the BBC Children's magazine show MTI, at teatime last month, singing their latest single. My friend bought it in the shops and Sex is on it.' It contains these lines: 'I don't mean to be pushy pushy, I'm just in it for the p**sy p**sy. ' The rest of the lyrics are too explicit to print in a newspaper.Sally told me she was deeply ashamed when adults reacted as they did to her 'song'.This is part of a voluntary code for record companies.But there is no law to stop a child buying any explicit single or album from any High Street store.Retailers I spoke to said they 'used their discretion' when selling explicit items to children.

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