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    Interesting Documentary... (not for the faint of heart)

    CHRISSYG
    Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:17 pm
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    Here’s the synopsis:

    Sexy Baby is the first documentary film to put faces to a seismic cultural shift: the cyber age is creating a new sexual landscape. While doing research for the film, we had intimate and candid conversations with kids in middle school classrooms, suburban shopping malls, nightclubs, college dorms, and even conducted an informal roundtable during a high school house party. While chronicling trends among small town and big city kids, we discovered this: Having pubic hair is considered unattractive and gross. Most youngsters know someone who has emailed or texted a naked photo of themselves. Many kids have accidentally or intentionally had their first introduction to sex be via hardcore online porn. Facebook has created an arena where kids compete to be liked and constantly worry about what image to portray much of what was once private is now made public. And the list goes on



    It starts early on with a 12 year old videoing her 4 year old sister, they’re listening to Brittany Spears, and they ask the 4 year old “who is that?” and the 4 year old says “Brittany b*tch”
    Who is it?!?!
    It’s Brittany B*tch!

    And the 12 year old explains that’s what Ms. Spears says in one of her movies

    They follow her (till she’s 14)
    I think SOME of the antics are her playing to the camera, others are PURE teenage girl Nowadays… video chat rings, and she says to her mother
    “Mooomm… please go away! I want to talk to my friend on oovoo… can I PLEASE have some PRIVACY?!?!”
    Mother asks who it is and the girl gets rude and teary eyed at the same time “you don’t trust me!?!?!”

    They also follow a young woman who teaches kindergarten who goes in for labiaplasty

    (yes, I said it right)

    Parts of this movie are brilliant, and really made me think about my own kid (who’s also recently turned 14) and her exposure to the pressures of “who to be” and what she could possibly stumble into on the internet

    Other parts, were eye openers… made me realize what many of the young men of today REALLY think about women in general… scary stuff! REALLY SCARY!!!
    If you’re not easily offended, and you have kids (not just under 18, college kids, young twenties
    Lightly Toasted
    Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:15 pm
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    I am a school nurse at an elementary school. Preeschool thru 6th grade. The stuff that these kids know about, talk about, text about and write about should scare every parent to death.

    Every time we teach "Growth and Development" (not sex ed---growth and development) we have a question and answer time efterwards. Every year, I go home and cry.
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