For the last 25 years, journalist Peggy Orenstein has been documenting and dissecting the inner lives of teenage girls in America, exploring why some young women struggle with confidence or harbor secret Disney princess obsessions. Her method is simple: she talks to teens—hundreds of them—then compiles their stories to share their internal struggles with the world, providing the rest of us with a nuanced look inside their homes, schools, friendships and more. Orenstein: When the Kavanaugh stuff was happening, I checked in with boys and said, "How are you guys talking about this? If they talked about it, it was just with girls. Why is that, do you think?
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LONDON Thomson Reuters Foundation - A growing number of girls as young as 11 are being tricked or coerced into sharing selfies of themselves being sexually abused online, a charity that removes such content said on Wednesday. The UK-based Internet Watch Foundation IWF said it responded to more than 37, reports of online child sex abuse recorded by the victims themselves in the first 11 months of - most of whom were girls estimated to be aged 11 to In a fast-growing form of online sex crime, abusers pressurise girls to record themselves naked or performing sex acts on their computer webcams, which abusers may then re-share, said the IWF. The new figures were released a month after a survey of police officers based in the United States and dozens of other countries found that the majority of live-streamed child sex abuse via webcam was generated by the victims themselves.