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Skip to Content. Join Common Sense Media Plus for timely advice from a community of parents like you. Kids are growing up surrounded by sexual images and messages. They're exposed to sexual imagery in advertisements, on TV, in movies, in books, in video games, and on the Internet.
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Sexting in middle school?
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Maureen plays Minecraft and checks messages in her living room, where she was sitting when her principal called her parents to tell them about a nearly naked picture of their daughter that circulated around her middle school. She crunched the cookies in her mouth, carefully mashing them into chunks. She spit. They made a plunk sound as they hit the toilet water.
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Print article. Your tween daughter is so self-conscious about her body that getting her into a dressing room to try on her first bra required the slippery recruiting skills of a veteran MI5 spy. In a logical world, there would be no reason to imagine that any of these kids is snapping photos of their nascent naked naughty bits and texting them to others. Sexting in middle school sounds crazy. When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention anonymously surveyed more than 1, middle school students in Los Angeles, 20 percent reported having received a sext.
A summary of another lively thread on the Tweens Group - this one is about when you should let your Middle Schooler wear make up - and is that even your decision to make? Want to join the Tweens group? Find out more HERE. My instinct is that my 6th grader is too young to be leaving the house wearing makeup. But, looking back, I can't remember my parents putting any restrictions on it.
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