By Jackie Salo. October 26, pm Updated October 29, am. Several adult films surfaced on Pornhub featuring a female teacher from California allegedly engaged in sex acts with a teenage female relative, according to reports. Woodside High School officials contacted police last week about the X-rated videos, which allegedly showed a student sexually involved with year-old Dawn Giannini, an elementary school teacher in Palo Alto, news station KNTV reported. Officials said the investigation was launched after the teen girl was recognized on the porn site by a classmate, who flagged the videos to the principal. Investigators believe the teen victim uploaded the footage to the porn site. The erotic scenes allegedly were filmed starting in when the victim was 14 years old, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Giannini was arrested Oct. Read Next. Mail bomb suspect threatened to unleash attack 'worse than
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For the last 25 years, journalist Peggy Orenstein has been documenting and dissecting the inner lives of teenage girls in America, exploring why some young women struggle with confidence or harbor secret Disney princess obsessions. Her method is simple: she talks to teens—hundreds of them—then compiles their stories to share their internal struggles with the world, providing the rest of us with a nuanced look inside their homes, schools, friendships and more. Orenstein: When the Kavanaugh stuff was happening, I checked in with boys and said, "How are you guys talking about this? If they talked about it, it was just with girls. Why is that, do you think? People were like, oh my God, we've layered all these new expectations over the old ones without actually getting rid of the old expectations. It was causing this huge tension and pressure on young girls, which I think is sort of where we are with boys.
Missing from the discourse is an exploration of the human dimensions of sexual connection and its potential to create meaning, joy, mutual pleasure and unparalleled levels of physical and emotional intimacy. We tell young people what we want them to say no to, but not all the things we want them, eventually, to say yes to. What heartens me is that deep down girls and boys know that they are receiving a partial message at best. Like the research Ms. Both girls and boys overwhelmingly choose genuine intimacy, results I then share. What a gift to boys especially, who as Ms. Deborah M. Her decision to present those observations to a wider audience and spark a public conversation is a welcome one. I worry that many of my peers will dismiss much-needed guidance if it is presented to them as yet another ultimatum. Peggy Orenstein asks us to reassess how we talk to boys about sex.