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Huntsville, AL — In 2010, a 14-year-old Huntsville girl was approached by school officials who wanted to use her as bait in a “sting operation.” The plan was to use the young girl to catch a boy in the act who’d been accused of sexually harassing students. However, their asinine plan backfired, and this innocent young girl was anally raped by the older student.

The plan was for the girl not to do anything and teachers would burst in and catch the boy with a girl in the bathroom, but the boy changed bathroom locations.  The girl,  known in court records  as BHJ, was not found by the incompetent school officials until after the student raped her. 

After the rape, it was revealed that the 16-year-old who raped BHJ was on in-school-suspension for previous allegations of sexual misconduct. Despite being suspended, the boy was allowed to roam the hallways during class time, allowing him to rape BHJ.

After the school had set her up to be sodomized, BHJ was left to her own devices. The school board offered no counselling, no help, and she remained a student at Sparkman Middle School for two months until she was moved to another foster home in a different state.

But the girl’s attorneys say the board attorneys are the ones omitting parts of the story in regard to the role of school officials. “This is the exact same behavior we have seen all along from the Board: from the day of the rape, until the time they shredded the boy’s records, until they appealed…” reads part of their lengthy statement  last week.

“This is a unique case because the administrators effectively participated in (the boy’s) sexual harassment by setting (Jane) Doe up in a rape-bait scheme involving (the boy) in order to ‘catch him in the act,'” found the appeals court.

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Hollie survived cancer six years ago and the Tremains Primary school pupil managed to raise more than £2,000 that was split between Follow your Dreams, a charity for which Hollie is an ambassador, and The Little Princess Trust.

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Marcia Jones alleges in a civil lawsuit against Sprint and RadioShack that after she and her daughter Morgan returned home from purchasing what they believed to be new Sprint HTC Evo 4G cell phones at Stonecrest Mall in Lithonia, Ga., Morgan discovered adult and child pornography uploaded by a previous user on her device. Morgan required counseling after viewing the graphic media, the New York Daily News reports.

“The reality is that RadioShack was attempting to refurbish and sell old phones,” Thompson said. “It was unconscionable to allow that to happen and to expect that not to do harm or damage to someone.”

The Journal-Constitution reported that RadioShack offered to replace the devices, but Marcia Jones isn’t satisfied with this compensation. She doesn’t want others to share her daughter’s experience with the obscene images, which motivated the lawsuit filed for “intentional infliction of emotional distress” and “deceptive trade practices,” according to the Daily News .

Sprint and RadioShack have 30 days to respond to the suit, which seeks unspecified damages, the Journal-Constitution reports. RadioShack did not respond to requests for comment from the Daily News and the Journal-Constitution .

Customers have been surprised by porn on supposedly new devices in the past. ABC News reported in 2009 that a Texas mother bought a phone she thought was unused as a birthday present for her 11-year-old son at a local mall, but she and her son realized it contained a naked photo of a woman along with profane text messages.

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Further Reading Police drop plans to photograph teen’s erection in sexting case Later this month, a North Carolina high school student will appear in a state court and face five child pornography-related charges for engaging in consensual sexting with his girlfriend.

What’s strange is that of the five charges he faces, four of them are for taking and possessing nude photos of himself on his own phone—the final charge is for possessing one nude photo his girlfriend took for him. There is no evidence of coercion or further distribution of the images anywhere beyond the two teenagers’ phones.

Similarly, the young woman was originally charged with two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor—but was listed on her warrant for arrest as both perpetrator and victim. The case illustrates a bizarre legal quandry that has resulted in state law being far behind technology and unable to distinguish between predatory child pornography and innocent (if ill-advised) behavior of teenagers.

On July 21, 2015, the young woman took a plea deal whereby the felony charges were dropped, but she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge, which will be expunged after she completes a year of probation. Over the next 11 months, she is not allowed to possess a cell phone, among other restrictions.

Ars is withholding the names of both individuals as they are minors, despite the fact that they have been published elsewhere, including the Fayetteville Observer , which broke the story earlier this week.

"You must keep in mind that juvenile court jurisdiction in North Carolina ends at age 16, so 16- and 17-year-olds, as in the Fayetteville case, will automatically be charged in adult criminal court with no option for adjudication in delinquency court," Tamar Birckhead , a law professor at the University of North Carolina, told Ars. "Another irony here is that these two teens could have legally had sex with each other in North Carolina, yet they are charged with felonies for texting sexually explicit photos of themselves to each other."

A 2014 Drexel University survey found that while the majority of teens sext with each other, an even higher percentage were unaware that engaging in such behavior could be prosecuted as child pornography.

Further Reading 14-year old child pornographers? Sexting lawsuits get serious While these laws may have been originally written to cover pre-digital child pornography, local law enforcement now says its goal is to also prevent future possible instances of revenge porn or sextortion.

N othing particularly novel about this porno scene — it’s a standard-issue boy-girl vignette. First some knob-noshing, much to the fella’s delight. Next, the gal’s flat on her back, bare feet over his shoulders as he shags away. They shift positions, then it’s back to the ol’ missionary, where Goober finally fires the money shot.

“Ho-hum,” ye of the porn-connoisseur persuasion might say. And you’d be on target, save for the fact that the young girl on the receiving end of this beef-jockey’s mindless rutting looks all too young. With her short dirty-blond locks, small breasts and slight, almost boyish frame, she could easily pass for 16. Actually, according to her character Susan’s voice-over in this episode from Hustler’s new Barely Legal video series, she could pass for even younger.

Susan’s “first time” will be with her stepbrother Todd, a goofy brown-haired guy who’s supposed to be younger than Susan, but actually looks to be in his early 20s. Thus, for a $3 rental, you get almost-incest and almost-underage sex — this in just one of several segments involving Barely Legal’s adolescent-looking nymphs.

Though the Barely Legal video, a spinoff from the highly successful porn mag of the same name, is a popular rental, ranking No. 20 in Adult Video News’ Top 40 Rentals as of Nov. 22, it’s hardly alone in the field. Scan the racks of your local porn parlor and the series titles read like a bobby-sox chaser’s wet dream: Virgin Stories, Cherries, Rookie Cookies, Cherry Poppers, Young and Anal, Cheerleader Confessions and the memorable Young, Dumb and Full of Cum. AVN even dedicated its September 1999 issue to the genre with a “Back to School” cover showing two “carnal cuties” in saddle shoes and plaid skirts.

Back in 1993, Barely Legal was the first specialty magazine to gleefully exploit the male appetite for very young girls, showing just-turned-18 lasses tearing off their skirts and bobby socks to press the flesh of adoring bi-classmates. A plethora of copycats with names like Hawk, Tight and Barely 18 now compete with Barely Legal for readers. Nevertheless, Larry Flynt’s X-rated version of Teen Beat remains the ne plus ultra for jailbait aficionados.

“Barely Legal came about as an idea that an employee of the company had,” explains Flynt from his neo-Victorian office high atop the black, oval building in Beverly Hills that bears his name. “I attribute its success to the fact that dirty old men are always attracted to pretty young girls. The primary reason we decided to do the video series is because the magazine was so successful and we knew we would have that success with the video.”

Did Flynt and his lawyers have qualms about putting out a product that features spread-eagled women impersonating spread-eagled teeny-boppers? Does Barely Legal encourage pedophilia? Might it be subject to legal action under the 1996 Child Pornography Prevention Act, the law aimed at extending the definition of child pornography to the simple depiction of minors engaged in lewd acts?

“No,” he replies. “Because we don’t photograph anyone under the age of 18. The median age is 18-22 … There’s a lot of difference between a Barely Legal girl and a child. I associate pedophilia with children. And these models are not children.”

These are the words of Lucy, aged 15, one of 600 young Australian women and girls who took part in a just-released survey commissioned by Plan Australia and Our Watch . The survey, conducted by Ipsos, gathered responses from the girls and young women aged 15-19 in all states and territories.

In the survey report, entitled Don't send me that pic , participants reported that online sexual abuse and harassment were endemic. More than 80% said it was unacceptable for boyfriends to request naked images.

Sexual bullying and harassment are part of daily life for many girls. Young people are speaking out more and more about how these practices have links with pornography - and so they should, because they have most to lose.

My own engagement with young women over the last few years in schools around Australia, confirms that we are conducting a pornographic experiment on young people - an assault on their healthy sexual development.

If there are still any questions about whether porn has an impact on young people's sexual attitudes and behaviours, perhaps it's time to listen to young people themselves. Girls and young women describe boys pressuring them to provide acts inspired by the porn they consume routinely. Girls tell of being expected to put up with things they don't enjoy.

Some see sex only in terms of performance , where what counts most is the boy enjoying it. I asked a 15-year-old about her first sexual experience. She replied: "I think my body looked OK. He seemed to enjoy it". Many girls seem cut off from their own sense of pleasure or intimacy. That he enjoyed it is the main thing. Girls and young women are under a lot of pressure to give boys and men what they want, to adopt pornified roles and behaviours, with their bodies being merely sex aids. Growing up in a pornified landscape, girls learn that they are service stations for male gratification and pleasure.

Asked "How do you know a guy likes you?," a Year 8 replied: "He still wants to talk to you after you suck him off." A male high school student said to a girl: "If you suck my dick I'll give you a kiss." Girls are expected to provide sex acts for tokens of affection. A 15-year-old told me she didn't enjoy sex at all, but that getting it out of the way quickly was the only way her boyfriend would settle down and watch a movie with her.

I'm increasingly seeing Year 7 girls who seek help on what to do about requests for naked images. Being asked "send me a picture of your tits" is an almost daily occurrence for many. "How do I say 'no' without hurting his feelings"? girls ask.

The law has different ideas, and gives custody of the children to his wife instead. This action does not sit well with Monty, and he becomes desperate to win his children back. Finding help to win back custody of his children, he is able to enlist the help of Gabrielle, who he meets during the time he works as a chauffeur. The beautiful lawyer decides to help him in this battle, but slowly finds herself attracted to the struggling mechanic. During the course of the movie, their love affair slowly starts to blossom to love.

The age old story of how love can bridge the gap between the poor and rich is timeless, but this movie is able to bring a new twist to keep things interesting throughout the movie. The extra touch of saving the children from a life of crime is something that might be touchy to some people, but it adds that touch of realism. This movie does have funny moments that lift the heavy message that it is trying to convey, and it is always nice to watch a drama, which ends the right way. This might be one of the best movies that bring real life issues onto the big screen.

Sentencing him, District Judge James Prowse said he thought it ''highly improbable'' that the boy would reoffend in this way as he followed the recommendations of a Youth Offending Team to impose a 12-month referral order.

Addressing the boy and his father, Judge Prowse said: ''Some of the others were telling you about what they had been doing, probably imaginary rather than real. Because of your immaturity you were not able to recognise it, that made you feel further behind the scene.

''Society's view on pornography covers a wide spectrum from complete condemnation on the one side to being laissez faire on the other but even the most liberal-minded share society's profound unease that children of your age can and do access the internet and watch graphic images of sexual intercourse.''

Parveen Akhtar, prosecuting, told the court the girl had struggled to remember the sequence of events but she recalled on one occasion that her brother came into her room at night and led her by the arm into his bedroom.

He was interviewed by police without a solicitor present last October and went on to make full and frank admissions before he eventually pleaded guilty at the first available opportunity ''bearing in mind the trauma it has caused him and members of his family'', the solicitor said.

RICHMOND, Va. — A Virginia man will spend the next 15 years in prison after he pretended to be a young girl and convinced a 13-year-old boy to send him pornographic photos. Justin Fox, 31, of Stafford, had previously pleaded guilty to attempted production of child pornography.

“Fox admitted he engaged in online messaging with a 13-year-old boy. During those conversations, Fox portrayed himself as a young female and asked the boy to create and send child pornography via online messenger,” a U.S. Department of Justice spokesperson said. “After the boy sent pornographic images to Fox, Fox continued to ask for more, calling the boy his slave.”

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Yet while Dunham tweeted that SNL’s skit “was a true honor,” of  This Ain’t Girls  XXX , she extolled: “It grosses me out.” She didn’t even need all 140 characters.

But Chance sees great merit in Hustler’s emulation. She says the script is funny, the character work solid (a frustrated Hannah eats ice cream in an “ugly” crop top and “not flattering” panties after a fight), and since Girls  is “pretty much like a softcore porn to start, we didn’t think it was much of a stretch to go on and put the hardcore in it.”

While  Girls  is a show devoted to the ebb and flow of female friendship — the first (and only) line of Hannah’s unfinished e-book reads, “A friendship between college girls is grander and more dramatic than any romance…” — the  Girls  porn explores a different angle of feminine relationships.

“It’s about Hannah, and she isn’t sure if she likes girls or not,” Chance said. “She tries to have sex with Marnie just to figure out what’s in that head of hers.”

“I started out heavier [at the beginning of] my porn career two years ago,” Chance said. And it has fluctuated to what is now a slimmer frame. But when Hustler Director of Operation’s Rob Smith first tweeted Chance to see if she was interested in the  Girls  porn in April, the actress found herself in a strange middle ground that was impacting her career and perception in the porn world.

“I wasn’t necessarily getting as much work since I wasn’t skinny and I wasn’t fat,” thus not catering to the porn niches, she said. “I was normal sized for a regular person, but not for porn.”

Girls  has made headline after headline, both positive and negative, for normalizing the human body. And Chance is trying to do the same for porn. “I know that girls watch porn,” she said. “And I hope that since I’m all natural, I hope that if anyone does watch they’ll be like, ‘Oh, it is ok to look like that.'”

Chance maintains, however, that while Dunham “never has normal, hot, oh my God that’s porno sex” in Girls  and is “always second guessing” to cater to her partner, the porn star has had some of her best sexual experiences on camera. (Although the  This Ain’t Girls XXX  sex had to be more awkward  than normal porn to stay in character.)

When you become the mother to a baby girl you quickly imagine all manner of scenarios that will see you, gladly, making sacrifices for your child: no more sleep; hurling yourself between her and a careering car; donating vital organs.

What I didn’t ever envisage was that one day I would find myself listening to her telling me about her sex life – aged 15 – and, with my heart and stomach both in knots, having to pretend that I was OK with that.

And while, of course, I didn’t love her one jot less for the revelation, and was glad she felt she could trust me enough to tell me, her words shocked me so much that my first instinct was to want to break something over her precious head.

Because, no matter that I lost my own virginity at a similar age; and no matter that she’d been with her boyfriend long enough to know her own mind and not be pressured into doing something she didn’t feel comfortable with, this was my little girl.

And the fact that she was now having sex – connecting on a whole new emotional level with a pubescent boy who didn’t even bother to take his shoes off when he came into my house – left me feeling somehow bereft. Her losing her virginity felt as though I’d lost something too.

So often mothers like myself urge our daughters to be entirely honest with us about every aspect of their lives, without ever actually thinking through how painful this open dialogue might actually turn out to be.

We’re right to do it – to insist that we’ve seen and heard it all before, therefore they can trust us with as much of their teenage angst as they dare. Because the world they’re growing up with is an emotional bomb-filled minefield, and they need our guidance and support more than any generation before them.

We can thank internet pornography for much of what our children are struggling with at the moment. The uncomfortable truth is that porn is not only easily accessible to any child with access to wifi – deliberately or accidentally stumbled across; unless you step in early on to explain otherwise, it’s also increasingly becoming the thing that first teaches them about sex.

In statement, Amazon said: "These titles were temporarily miscategorised by our systems and should not have appeared under these search terms. We're fixing the error and have contacted the customer to apologise."

But John Carr, a child safety campaigner, who first blogged about this topic two years ago , told the BBC: "You can stop this but it effectively renders your Kindle unusable as you have to stop your children accessing the bookshop.

Amazon ran into similar problems in 2013 , when a grandmother in Chicago, Illinois, discovered sexually explicit material after searching 'teen books for girls' while browsing for a book to give to her 12-year-old granddaughter.

The public backlash forced the Trade Development Council (TDC) to send a copy of the book to the government’s Obscene Articles Tribunal (OAT), which will decide whether it should be classified as an obscene or indecent publication.

In the photo book, one image shows primary school pupil Celine Yeung, clad in a top and white underpants, sitting on the floor with her legs open. Another photo features the girl, again in her underpants, with her face buried in a pillow while raising her buttocks.

The girl’s mother said on her daughter’s official Facebook page, which she manages and has 223,000 followers, that she accompanied her daughter throughout the photo shoot but was not involved in the selection of images for publication.

“It is unexpected that the media would compare Celine’s photos with other big sisters’ photo books,” she wrote, referring to the adult models who sell thousands of books at the fair featuring photos of themselves in sexy attire and poses.

Earlier, leading educator and principal of the Fresh Fish Traders’ primary school in Kowloon Leung Kee-cheong slammed the book. “Why are some photos focused on her open thighs or buttocks?” Leung asked on a radio programme. “I think this is making use of the child’s innocence and [some are] very indecent.”

“When your daughter is having her picture taken in her underwear, shouldn’t you be more aware of what is captured by the lens? Anyone can buy the book once it is published,” said the top comment. “I hope the mother will protect her daughter well.”

Lam said on the same radio show that the book aimed to capture Celine’s innocence and he did not understand the fuss. “Celine is wearing clothes in all of the photos,” he said, insisting that creative processes should not be limited by overly strict morals.

At the Book Fair on Friday morning, the album was wrapped with transparent plastic bags and displayed along with photo books of scantily-clad female models. Many passers-by stopped to look at its front and back covers, but very few of them bought the book.

Let’s say you find a history of porn searches on your 13-year-old’s computer, and let’s say it’s not weird or violent porn, but just run-of-the-mill, mildly off-putting porn. What should you do? I’d say nothing, but maybe I'm wrong.

There was much ado Tuesday on the Internet about one dad’s rather sweet solution to this scenario. He wrote a note to his son saying that he wouldn’t tell the kid’s mom, and that he did the same thing as a kid, and that there were sites safer for computers, which he listed. He basically said, “I won’t make a big deal or any-sized deal about it,” though he did go pretty deeply and somewhat creatively into the dangers of pornography to computers.  

It is a quandary. What should you do in this garden-variety situation? The most sensible thing I have ever heard on this topic came from the internet scholar Danah Boyd . She pointed out very sanely and sensibly that this isolated moment should be part of an ongoing, larger conversation with your child. One shouldn’t view this discovery as an event in itself, but more a part of the dialogue that has been going on for years about sex, body image, and all of that.

It seems to me that those first sexual stirrings, by their very definition, are something you absolutely don't want to talk to your parents about. Isn’t anything they say tainted, discounted, gross—just by the very nature of their being parents? Sexual curiosities are not something you want your parents to condemn, condone, or otherwise be chummy about. Other people, maybe—friends, an older cousin—but who on earth wants to hear from their mother or father anything at all about sex?

We sometimes act as though there are “facts” that we must convey, as if only we, the parents, are in possession of those facts. But really, after the basic conversation, is it so bad for kids to learn from books, from novels, from movies, from school, from friends? (I am not here suggesting that we should all be like Edith Wharton’s mother, who when the young Edith asked about the facts of life before being married, said “you’ve seen enough pictures and statues in your life.”) But short of that, is there some benefit in discretion, in stepping back, in allowing kids to work things out for themselves, offering help only when asked, or occasionally if awkwardly trying to put out some pathetic message about “our values.”

We have, most of us, certainly imbibed the received idea that we need to step in so our children are not warped, destroyed, or otherwise turned into perverts or masochists by pornography. But what if, in fact, even if those dangers are rampant, there is nothing your parents can say that you will actually hear? Furthermore, the fantasy that you can block off these images forever is, no matter how many child controls you have, clearly futile and possibly ominously overcontrolling.

In the end, kids probably learn most of what they know about everyday relationships by watching their parents. And in most cases, they do probably do catch on that adult life is not some triple-X fantasy of bubble-breasted girl-on-girl pornography. The intelligent 13-year-old is smarter than we think and maybe doesn’t need that note from his sweet father.

I know that we generally long to step in and clamor to interpret the world, offering opinions, footnotes, guidance, ideas about what to have for lunch. Much of childhood sometimes seems like it is spent trying not to listen to your parents. But maybe that impulse toward explication is sometimes to be resisted. Quiet is harder, restraint requires more faith. Maybe there is, when your 13-year-old is looking at not-that-ominous porn, nothing to do. 

 

 

 

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