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We’ve become so desensitised to the internet we’ve failed to realise that it is a potentially dangerous foundation on which to base one’s sense of self.
He might not always get it right, but at least he tries
All this incessant worship of the hourglass, under the premise of promoting ‘body confidence’ has served to do is replace one very narrow beauty paradigm with another
Of course teenagers will send naughty pictures online; it's hormones meets technology. Let's not hold that against them
What a sad indictment of our appearance obsessed culture
There's no such thing as a 'bad feminist' opinion, and shouting somebody down won't help the discussion
Many young people are confused about what constitutes ‘health’
From pornography to skipping meals, too many children don't know where to turn when they need help and advice
How dare advertisers dictate the parameters within which I can be a 'real woman'?
Why is there even an expectation that images capturing girl-on-girl snog action would cause any offence?
If your child is overweight and it impacts their health there is action you should take. But that shouldn't involve inflicting the misery of body-awareness and calorie counting
There’s a vast difference between refusing to fade into the background and wilfully attempting to fool people into believing you are younger than you are
It does not mean we would enjoy being raped, or that we deserve to be raped. Let's not teach teenagers that Planet Porn is inextricable from the Real World
We're British, and so when we do see some of that yellow thing in the sky, we want to make the most of it. If you're offended by flesh - perhaps it's your problem
Willow's video is merely a reflection of this unpalatable yet irrefutable truth - that young people are more exposed to sex than ever
Tax breaks for married couples? It seems to me singletons deserve something back