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Media also model promiscuity and objectification of women and characterize aggressive behaviors as normal in intimate relationships.

Long before the social media age, a 2000 study found that teenagers see 143 incidents of sexual behavior on network television at prime time each week; few represented safe and healthy sexual relationships.

The media tend to glamorize, degrade, and exploit sexuality and intimate relationships.

The facts of modern life Children are exposed to advertising when they're as young as six months old — even babies recognize business logos.

Researcher and media activist Jean Kilbourne, internationally recognized for her work on the image of women in advertising, has said that "Nowhere is sex more trivialized than in pornography, media, and advertising." Distorted images leave youth with unrealistic expectations about normal relationships.

While there is no consensus as to a critical level of communication, we do know that some accurate, reliable information about sex reduces risky behaviors.

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