Our culture is grooming these young people to be preyed upon by sexual predators. And then we wonder why our young women are being preyed on, trafficked and abused? Children, young girls— some as young as 9 years old —are being bought and sold for sex in America.
By Ekin Karasin For Mailonline. A year-old high school girl has allegedly been caught on camera having sex with multiple boys in a girls' bathroom on campus. At least one student has been disciplined for 'inappropriate activity' after police reports suggested 25 boys were seen going in and out of the bathroom at South Fort Myers High School in Fort Myers, Florida.
Parents, social critics, and many young girls themselves deplore it, but sex sells, so advertisers and entertainers use it to attract audiences. They use it without the regulation or social pressures that once were restraining forces. And they use it without censorship, which hardly anyone favors.
It brings with it a lot of cheer, enthusiasm, fun and excitement. Like every coin with two sides, this wonderful phase comes with a lot of challenges too. You might find your teenage girl facing plethora of problems.
Early education for young people about respectful relationships is urgently needed to create safe communities for women and challenge the normalisation of pornography. Kids Helpline KHL is greatly concerned about recent reports of thousands of graphic images of school aged girls posted and traded on the internet because it highlights the impact the increased availability of pornography is having on young people and the objectification of women. Pornography is now readily accessible and society has normalised it without necessarily considering the implications this is having on young children.
Skip to this video now. Play Video. Rachel Bernard said she answered a Craigslist ad for a modeling gig that she thought would lead to fame and fortune.
If you have a teenage girl in your life -- or if you have ever been a teenage girl -- drop everything you are doing right now and read this excerpt from an amazing personal essay by writer Meghan Harper. Those girls, man. They take all that energy, all that circulating fire in their veins, and instead of letting it destroy them, they choose to love, ferociously.
Sex tourism has long been a scourge in the Philippines. But now there's a disturbing new trend in the trafficking of mostly young women and children: vulnerable victims are being lured online and tricked into the trade. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.
These are external links and will open in a new window. As a report says early access to extreme online pornography can leave children with a distorted view of sex, one woman talks candidly and explicitly about how it made her think rape was normal. When Karen not her real name was 16, she got into her first relationship with a boy who was keen on watching online pornography.