On Wednesday morning, authorities arrested year-old Dr. Investigators allege that Spaeth used social media to talk with a person he believed was a year-old girl. The person was actually an undercover officer, according to KFOR. Age gaps are hot! Spaeth also asked the undercover investigator if she was a virgin and asked about specific sex acts. Investigators say he went as far as sending the decoy his address so they could meet to have sex. Officials say Spaeth sent the undercover cop a photo of his genitals just minutes before his arrest. Spaeth previously taught as a part-time adjunct instructor at The University of Tulsa.
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By Margot Peppers. A new ad campaign is challenging society's attitude to women by pointing out the unrealistic standards of beauty they face. Stop The Beauty Madness , launched by author Robin Rice, is a series of pictures - mostly stock photos - with the addition of brutally honest messages conveying the overriding beliefs about women. A photo of a woman from behind, for instance, bears the words: 'My worth,' between her slim legs, calling attention to the worrying trend for 'thigh gaps'. Striking: Stop the Beauty Madness, launched by author Robin Rice, is a series of 25 pictures - mostly stock photos - with the addition of brutally honest messages conveying the overriding beliefs about women. Thought-provoking: Ms Rice says she doesn't expect the campaign to totally shift perspectives, but she does hope that it sparks a conversation. Another photo shows a curvy blonde modelling a figure-hugging black dress. And it's not just weight issues that are addressed in the series; the pictures also capture society's attitudes to race, age and sexuality stereotypes. An ad featuring a young Asian woman, for instance, bears the words: 'Super smart and sort of cute. Yeah, I get that a lot.
While the premise of teen dating is the same as it's always been, the way teens date has changed a bit from just a few decades ago. Technology has changed teen dating and many parents aren't sure how to establish rules that keep kids safe. Here are five things every parent should know about the teenage dating scene:. While some teens tend to be interested in dating earlier than others, romantic interests are normal during adolescence. Girls are more vocal about the dating interest and tend to be interested in a greater degree at a younger age, but boys are paying attention also.
When we treat our children differently from such a young age, we send them powerful indicators about their worth, their strengths and what will be expected of them in adulthood. Taken together, these influences can have a major impact. Here are 10 other ways in which girls are taught to devalue themselves. EverydaySexism is messages like these for newborn babies pic. A recent viral image of two babygrows hanging side by side in a shop revealed dramatically different messaging. So we subtly let children know that boys are the main event and girls are more often observers or window dressing. Even more important, the research demonstrated how content can send subtle messages to children about their future potential: only a quarter of employed characters in the show were female, normalising the idea that men are expected to be the main breadwinners. Research has found that parents interrupt girls more often than boys, and that boys are more likely to speak up in the classroom, behaviour that is sometimes subtly encouraged by teachers. LetToysBeToys Little girl's beautician outfit, little boy's doctor's outfit. From ELCtoys everydaysexism pic.