Pew Internet and American Life Project conducted a study to compare things teens posted on social networks in 2006 versus what they posted in 2012. The survey found that teens have become more likely to share certain types of information that make them more prone to identity theft, sexual...
For women, the expectations of beauty have never been higher. We’re told we should be tall, slender, and tan with full lips, lush hair, and sparkling eyes. The media pushes this ideal with the help of electronic touch-ups, surrounding us with an unattainable standard of beauty—and our children are soaking it up.
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