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« : 06 Октябрь 2022, 05:34:00 »

The dangers of allowing minors to make sexy posts



In the past few years, more women have started to own their sexualities and emphasize that their bodies are nobody’s property. This can be mostly attributed to empowerment from modern-day feminism and the sex positivity movement.To get more news about 一级特黄特色录像大片, you can visit our official website.

While we’re all for sexual liberation, we also have to remember its repercussions. Local Twitter recently raised awareness to minors allegedly posting explicit photos on their alter accounts. Some netizens also claimed that they pretend to be older so they can share these photos to their followers.

Meanwhile, there were also Twitter users who defended minors who chose to share sexy photos of themselves. One said, “Why would you deprive women of posting pics that boost their self-confidence just because they’re minors?”Many of these justifications are made in the guise of feminism, body positivity, and the openness to talk about one’s sexuality. But as many people pointed out, minors who post explicit photos are sharing child pornography and encouraging its spread. They are also putting themselves at risk of being exploited, groomed, and/or targeted by predators.

Teen Vogue recently got flak for siding with Netflix after it defended “Riverdale” against claims it sexualizes teenage girls. The streaming platform replied to a netizen with “Young women shouldn’t feel ashamed for being sexual humans.” It’s true that actresses Camila Mendes, Lili Reinhart, and Madelaine Petsch aren’t minors, but they are playing high school students in the show.

Again, this is another example of defending the promiscuity of minors in the guise of feminism and women empowerment. We understand the intention to promote sex positivity and acceptance at an early age. But educating them on sex and telling them it’s okay to post NSFW content at their age are two different things.

Making sexual posts online also reminds us of the Danielle Cohn issue. The YouTuber and TikTok personality is 15 years old, but several sources say she’s 13. Whatever her age may be, she is a minor who’s become known for posting sexy photos of herself (ie. wearing lingerie and posing provocatively) on Instagram. What’s worse is that based on a screenshot she shared, her primary demographic on IG are 18 to 24-year-olds, followed by 25 to 34-year-olds. But when this concern was brought up to Danielle’s mom, she would say that everything her daughter posts is completely her choice.

Still, that’s not an excuse to let an underaged person put themselves in danger on the internet. A minor still needs guidance and they are too young to give consent. If they aren’t educated on sexual health and what protects them, they might do something reckless like meeting up with older men. Also remember that the Philippines’ age of consent is 12 years old, but minors will still need adult supervision to access contraceptives and get tested for STDs or HIV. There aren’t any set rules on how old minors should start having sex, but the law suggests that it’s only considered statutory rape when someone has forced intercourse with a child below 12 years old.

To quote one netizen: “Before teaching them about [sexual] liberation, teach young girls about making sure they’re safe. Teach them about those who could exploit them, teach them about their rights and security.”
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