It has emerged that the wholesome image of parenting website Mumsnet is under threat from the raunchy antics of yummy mummies.
The site, which connects 850,000 women who talk about the trials of motherhood, has been rocked by dozens of saucy women who have revealed details of their sex lives, reports the Daily Star.
The website's editors have been forced to censor some of the most explicit messages.
Mumsnet co-founder Justine Roberts said users can report raunchy posts and staff will "remove anything obscene".
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