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I don’t have any statistics on kids having more sex in this new piece, because that isn’t my point here.
For me this piece isn’t about being shocked that teenagers are having sex or are interested in sex.
And then when I started interviewing girls, all they wanted to talk about was social media—what was happening on social media, their relationship to it, and what it means in their lives. I wish I could have interviewed girls all over the country, but you have to pick somewhere. In the piece three distinct elements emerge that impact how some young people experience sexuality.
And actually I don’t think it matters as much anymore where you talk to kids because with social media, there is no set physical place from where culture emerges anymore. One is social media, obviously; another is pornography; and the last is bullying. Social media is not the same in 2013 as it was in 2003—or even 2008 or 2011.
Jenna’s story was so powerful to me because there is no reason for Jenna to be anything but happy and carefree.
She’s a beautiful young woman, doing incredibly well, already working professionally in her chosen field. At 19, she’s already been through a lot: she has been cyber-bullied; she was dumped online; all this craziness had happened to her.