Almost everyone is on their phones, iPods, tablets or some kind of funky electronic device and all are almost always either on social media or listening to music. There are barely one or two people who have a book open in their hands — but we need more people like that. This is not just about what you see on public transport, though.
I was pretty annoyed, obviously. Not because he commented on my anger. I was annoyed because I do not want to make my kid behave because of my anger.
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When I recall the sex ed I got growing up, I have to say, mine was solid enough, especially compared to a lot of what was and currently is on offer. But when I recall the sex I actually had in high school, the best I can muster is meh. One of the big ones is that, despite living in a pretty liberal environment, something about the way sex was presented was still off.
Run in fear or walk in victory? Deception often stems from a small, yet powerfully persuasive group, attempting to portray a majority voice through a veiled social media platform. How do we as Christian parents and educators respond?
I have had a lot of you asking questions about why I am such an advocate for changing the laws in the United States in regards to child marriage, considering I was married as a teen and am still married to that man. What I never ever want to do is hurt them, because they were doing what they thought was best, at the time. We ALL did the best we could, at the time, with the information we had.
This piece is part of Not Your Faulta Teen Vogue campaign that aims to educate people about the epidemic of sexual assault. For more on this series, click here. In this op-ed, author Jaclyn Friedman explains why the MeToo movement needs to amplify more stories about survivors reclaiming their sexuality and using it to heal their trauma.