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CAPSTON CHECK POINT Capstone Check Point University of Phoenix PSY/265
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CAPSTON CHECK POINT The effects of the media’s portrayal on sexuality on adolescent’s lives are vast. Most media in today’s society portrays acts of sexuality as commonplace and expected. It shows young girls being flirtatious and having sex. It shows young men as sexual predators or pressuring the girls. It is few and far between that a show displays age appropriate sexuality for it’s viewers. The media also represent’s young gays and lesbians more readily than it would have years ago. I think this is a good idea since that demographic of viewer base has increased greatly. The increased awareness for young people has both positive and negative impacts. The increased awareness of the effects of sexuality in early ages such as pregnancy and STD’s are more prevalent than in past years. However, the increased stimuli of sexuality leads to more exploration of our younger generations to have sex earlier than they should
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course PSY 265 taught by Professor Sallyhenzel during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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