Professor: Teens Less Focused on Sexual Imagry

St. Lawrence University's Professor and Coordinator of Gender and Sexuality Studies R. Danielle Egan writes in the Huffington Post that adults more often are focused on sexual imagery than the average teenager, especially female children.

"A key theme is that female children are somehow asexual by nature and thus, any evidence of sexual expression is proof that something has gone awry," Egan writes. "Instead of becoming too sexy, too soon, young people feel forced to adopt confining gender stereotypes."

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