My husband and I have two daughters, ages 7 and 3, and occasionally our opinions clash when it comes to how they should be raised. Too young to understand. Too young to be affected by these current events. Too young to have to deal with these heavy subjects. I was in the 6th grade when I caught the eye of an 8th grade boy. He once told me he liked the way my legs looked in shorts.
If a Neighbor Can See You Naked, Do You Have to Cover Up?
Swimsuit controversy: Teen disqualified for showing too much skin
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'I was kidnapped and raped for being too beautiful'
CBS Chicago released the video Monday of officers breaking into the home of Anjanette Young, a social worker who had just returned home from work and undressed. Nine body cameras are rolling as the officers use a battering ram to break open her door and barge into her home, guns drawn. I truly believe they would have shot me.
The first time Aminata Conteh-Biger was raped by her kidnappers, she was told that it was her fault for being too beautiful. Regaining consciousness and in severe pain, the then year-old began to fear her own looks. I didn't understand what beauty was, I was extremely scared of it for a long long time. When rebel militia stormed her village and ransacked her family home in Sierra Leone in , Conteh-Biger had immediately been segregated from her family and community. The heavily armed fighters were known to murder parents of teenage girls to make abduction easier, and, seeing one rebel make a beeline for her, Conteh-Biger dropped her father's hand to protect him.