This paper examines how children aged in three European countries Italy, UK and Spain develop and present their online identities, and their interactions with peers. Our findings suggest that there are gender differences and the presence of sexual double standards in peer normative discourses. Girls are positioned as being more subjected to peer mediation and pressure. While cross-national variations do exist, this sexual double standard is observed in all three countries. These insights into current behaviours could be further developed to determine policy guidance for supporting young people as they learn to manage image laden social media. Interviewer: Did she really send it around or did she send it to one boy?
In Response to Charles: Why You Shouldn’t Care that Women Take Half-Naked Selfies
Cosmo Survey: 9 out of 10 Millennial Women Take Naked Photos
Nudes, for men lucky enough to receive them, have been the staple of relationships, and celebrated achievements for the men who have managed to obtain them without agreeing to any commitment at all. For men, nudes are the holy grail. Receiving a spicy picture of a girl, for a guy, is on par with golf, cigars and beer. There is just something about receiving a sexy picture from a girl that inspires a fascination, unlike nudes from men ever have, or ever will. In time, we matured, grew up a little and evolved into sending trashy nudes to our boyfriends and girlfriends as tokens of our, um, lust. Time has shown that nudes have always been around. But it wasn't until the mass leak of nudes exposing megastars by the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Ariana Grande, Gabrielle Union and more this past September, that the conversation became relevant again.
What I learned when naked pictures of me were leaked online
T hree years ago, nude pictures of me made the rounds online. There were two and they had been taken in my bathroom several months earlier. One showed my stomach and my bare chest and the other was a long mirror shot of me topless, with my face on full display. I was even smiling — a gesture made for the eyes of my then long-distance boyfriend, to whom I had sent them via Facebook. But you never think it could happen to you.
In the midst of the hacked naked celebrity photos scandal Don't look them up! These people are desperately out of touch. This week, Cosmopolitan. Eighty-nine percent have taken nude photos of themselves at some point.