In the last few weeks, Emma Watson has been featured in the latest Sex Ed series.
She is a passionate campaigner for education and a champion of education as a social good, but the latest episode of Sex Ed also features the debate on the sex education of children.
Ms Watson is a sex educator and the presenter of SexEd, an online sex education programme on YouTube.
This week’s episode of the series has focused on the impact of pornography on children and young people.
Ms Gillard has also spoken out about the dangers of internet pornography.
“The harm to children in this country is a major problem,” she said.
“Children and young women have to choose between sex education, sexual education and healthy sexuality.
They can’t choose the former.”
Ms Watson also spoke out against the use of “internet porn” as an alternative to sex education.
“I think that we need to be talking about the way that porn and cyber-sex work together to give kids a bad name and to put them in a position where they can’t tell the difference between safe and unsafe sex,” she told Sky News.
Ms Rudd said that “the debate needs to be about the use and misuse of pornography, and I think that is something that has been a major focus of the Coalition Government.”
“What we are seeing is a massive growth of pornography that is being used by the porn industry and for profit,” she added.
“We need to make sure that we are also talking about healthy sexuality, healthy relationships, healthy families.”
The debate over pornography has been going on for years.
In 2008, Mr Rudd told ABC Radio that the porn problem was not just a health issue but a culture issue.
The current prime minister has been on a crusade to address the issue.
She announced last year that a review would look at the “potential negative effects” of pornography and how to protect children from it.
She has also pushed for a ban on internet pornography and called for more stringent sex education standards in schools.
The ABC’s Nick McKenzie reports.