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The floor the researchers studied was entirely comprised of white students. The research was only based on white students This 'clustering effect' is the result of university policies that group students by academic interests rather than race per se, but have the effect of segregating black students from the white and affluent 'party' crowd studied, an effect further enhanced by how class plays out in the first year of social interaction. When we talk about class, we are remiss not to also talk about race. One example of the hypocrisy being brought to light was the fasttailedgirls hashtag, started Sluty young girls naked Mikki Kendall of solidarityisforwhitewomen fame. Using the hashtag on Twitter, people explored the ways in which stereotypes can be particularly harsh for black women growing up: People assuming that sexually harassing young black women is more acceptable than it would be to young white women.
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Their experiences show that women are routinely treated as sex objects and punished for doing what is expected of them. Many in high school and college confirmed what the study shows—that they send naked photos of themselves because they feel they have to, not because they want to. So she sent him a picture of herself in her bra. A year-old girl in New York City shared that a boy she knew from church sent unsolicited photos of his penis to two of her friends. A year-old student in California shared with me that when she was in the eighth grade, two different boys sent her pictures of their penises, which she did not want and had never asked for; they then told her that she should send them a photo of herself, which she refused.
But she eventually sent a naked photo of herself to a boy she liked. Panicked, she confided in her sister and mother. She never replied to the boy, and he never posted her photo. It makes me uncomfortable that I have to see them. I guess I just have to live with it.