The use of sexually explicit material in female teens is linked to self-objectifying thoughts and behaviors
The use of sexually explicit material in female teens is linked to self-objectifying thoughts and behaviors

A longitudinal study provides insight into the use of sexually explicit material (SEM) in female adolescents, suggesting it can lead to the adoption of self-objectifying thoughts and hyperfemininity. The study was published in Psychology and Sexuality.It is easier than ever for individuals to access sexually explicit content and researchers have been increasingly interested in studying its effects on the sexual development of young women. There is some evidence to suggest that sexually explicit content might benefit young women by helping them learn about and explore their sexuality, leading t…

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