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A new documentary, Hot Girls Wantedfollows young women as they are maneuvered into being "amateur" porn performers, then discarded by the business within a matter of months. Hot Girls Wanted focuses on year-old Tressa, a high school cheerleader and good student who leaves her parents in small-town Texas to go to Florida and work in porn. Variety's Geoff Berkshire says it's "an eye-opener for parents ," which I can't help feel misses the point.
The amount of sex kids see in movies could influence their sexual behavior later in life, a new study says. In the study, young teens who watched movies with more sexual content tended to become sexually active at an earlier age, and engaged in riskier sexual behavior s, compared with those who watched movies with less sexual content. The study found an association, and not a cause-effect link.
The internet has changed how kids learn about sex, but sex ed in the classroom still sucks. In Sex Ed 2. Sex ed in the U.
Thanks to Hollywood's unrealistic standards, we've all built up this imaginary idea of what sex is supposed to be like. But the truth is, everyone's experience is different. Sometimes it's smooth and romantic, and other times, it's kind of terrible.
There are two ways to raise your kid:. Yes, they will know about sex and they will have sex. Now the ideal state would teach about:.
Whether parents want to admit is or not, at some point, their teens will start to talk about sex as well as engage in it. Do you know what to do when it's time to talk about sex with your teen? Research suggests that teens are becoming aware of sex and participating in it at much younger ages:.