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The Sexualization of Young Girls and Mental Health Problems
Nando's-inspired sex slang used by girls as young as 10 | Internet safety | The Guardian
Ample, valuable information on the way young women in America perceive and react to their sexual environment. After interviewing dozens of young women between the ages of 15 and 20, as well as educators, sociologists, psychologists, and other experts, New York Times Magazine contributing writer Orenstein Cinderella Ate My Daughter , , etc. With a daughter of her own soon entering this new phase of her life, the author sought to understand the current culture, "at a time when celebrities presented self-objectification as a source of strength, power, independence; when looking desirable seemed a substitute for feeling desire; when 50 Shades of Grey …was being hailed as the ultimate feminine fantasy; when no woman under the age of forty appeared to have pubic hair. They were frank about the often unspoken expectations of boys to receive fellatio with no sense of reciprocity and how the act has become so common that most girls don't even consider it sex.
Girls & Sex
SafeToNet has screened more than 65m texts sent since November and found that girls aged 10, rather than teenage boys, as they had expected, use the most explicit and potentially harmful sexual language. The SafeToNet app looks for language indicating sexual talk, abuse, aggression and thoughts about suicide and self-harm. It applies a threat level to each and year-old girls were the most prominent in category 3 of sexual references, which relates to the most explicit and harmful language.
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