With widespread access to the Internet, curious teens may accidentally or intentionally be exposed to millions of pages of material that is uncensored, sexually explicit, often inaccurate and potentially harmful. If kids don’t understand it, how can they be affected by it?Even if young children can’t understand sex or its role in relationships, the images they see can leave a lasting impression.With all of this interaction focused online, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that an increasing number of users are finding their sex partners via social media.
Check your Facebook wall and you find information about the news your friends enjoy reading, while browsing pictures of their kids.
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We live in a culture that is becoming increasingly dependent on social media networks for our daily personal interactions.
It’s a basic premise of marketing that what we watch, read and direct our attention toward influences our behavior. That’s why we see products and services that have nothing to do with sex being marketed in increasingly sexualized ways.
Children as young as 8 and 9 are coming across sexually explicit material on the Internet and in other media.
Launched in mid-2013, this sexy app allows users to choose friends on Facebook who they want to bone.