You know the one. In this case the girl in question though we might as well go full Nabokov and call her a nymphet is fifteen. And she comes on to Jude Law who is in his fourties. The upshot of these films is broadly speaking the same. Beautiful young women striving for relationships with men considerably older than them. The response to the news that these films are being made is one of disgust.
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Sexting in Middle School Means More Sex for Preteens and Teens
Younger students are no different than their older peers when it comes to sexting, a new study reports. More high school students are sending and receiving sexually explicit text messages or photos, and that makes them more likely to engage in other types of sexual activity as well. Now researchers say the same trends are trickling down to younger students in middle school. A new study published in the journal Pediatrics found that a significant number of adolescents between ages 12 and 14 sext, and that these children are more likely to kiss, have oral sex or sexual intercourse than their counterparts who did not send such explicit messages.
Jennifer Staines, 23, assaulted three young women while posing as a man called Jason Spiller. She groomed her victims using fake social media profiles, which she created under the false name and claimed she was "looking for love". Staines even went on holidays with the girls - changing in toilets to disguise her real shape - and one of the relationships lasted more than a year. During five years of deception she even managed to convince their families into believing that she was a he, Bristol Crown Court heard.