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Google Search: young teens

9 Dec

Google Search: young teens

It’s said that the first things that pop up on google when finding articles about teens now a days are all girl related and sexually explicit. It so important to teach young girls about respecting their bodies and with google working on hits that determines what shows up first on newsfeeds that its sad to see where young girls are viewed in todays interest with society

Ke$ha Concert More Important Than Jail

8 Dec

In a recent episode of “Teen Mom 2” teen mom Jenelle Evans is told that she will face jail time because of a violation of her probation. Evans had failed a drug test. Her probation officer wanted her to enter jail the same day as a concert that she had planned on going to. Jenelle tried to convince her lawyer to request another time for her to go to jail so she could attend the concert. Her lawyer told her that a concert was not a priority and that she should take the fact that she was facing jail time more seriously. Evans continued to argue that singer Ke$ha was her idol and that she could not miss the concert. Later in the next episode Evans failed another drug test and was immediately arrested. A friend posted bail for her. The next day she was urged by her lawyer to come see him immediately to go over her options. However, she did not and instead went to the Ke$ha concert.

I thought this topic was interesting considering the presentation that a class member gave over shows such as Teen Mom. I think this is a clear example of how these girls can be bad role models for young people. There are more important things in life that a concert. Especially something like jail! In my opinion, her first priority should have been to figure out a way to avoid jail time so that she would not have to leave her child. What do you all think about this? Watch this video and let me know what you think!

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Why couldn’t I be this cool when I was 15?!

26 Nov

This is Tavi Gevinson’s TED Talk about her website Rookie, and her relationship with feminism. She talks about the struggle for teenage girls to find media that gives an accurate portrayal of what their life and they themselves, are really like.