Contact Hearst and Seventeen And Tell Them To Stop Sexualizing Our Children!
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Threesomes, drugs, nudity, and violence – Spring Breakers, a new movie starring former Disney tween-idols Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez – earned a hard R
rating for such content, but that hasn’t stopped Seventeen magazine from promoting the film to their readers who start as young as twelve.
To anyone who is paying attention, it should come as no surprise that we’re living in a time of hyper-sexualized media -- much of it directed squarely at our children. But even the savviest parent might well be shocked at the influence of the porn culture creeping into mainstream entertainment, and being marketed directly to pre-pubescent girls.
Breakers is being hyped for a sex scene between Ashley Benson, Vanessa Hudgens, and actor James Franco.