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Holiday Break Episode 4: How to interpret the Teens and Pornography report

Release date: January 16, 2022


In this fourth mini Holiday Break episode, I address Teens and Pornography, the new report from Common Sense Media; I discuss what is and what is not included in the report; and I offer my own interpretation of some of the findings. Links to the research I cite are below. Full-length Talking About Kids episodes will return later in this new year.



Links


Teens and Pornography

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/research/teens-and-pornography?j=9206824&sfmc_sub=201448757&l=4953157_HTML&u=209936620&mid=6409703&jb=6006&utm_source=dev_pornography-report-release_gendev_20230110&utm_medium=email


"Three-Quarters of Teenagers Have Seen Online Pornography by Age 17" from The New York Times

https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/10/technology/porn-teens-online-report.html?partner=slack&smid=sl-share&utm_source=dev_pornography-report-release_gendev_20230110&utm_medium=email


Trends in the Prevalence of Sexual Behaviors and HIV Testing National YRBS: 1991—2019

https://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/data/yrbs/factsheets/2019_sexual_trend_yrbs.htm

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