“What are you watching on your phone?’ If you are the parent of a teenager, you must say this phrase hundreds of times, sometimes worrying about what he is actually searching or viewing on the Internet. If youth sexuality worries adults, digital applications crystallize those anxieties.
It’s clear that for most teenagers, the Internet is the most obvious place to learn about sexuality. Few of them are willing or able to ask an adult about this. Therefore, screens have become a space of virtual intimacy where they can anonymously ask all their questions without fear of being disapproved of or judged.
A sociological survey conducted in 2018 by researchers Yael Amselem-Mainguy and Arthur Vouatou of the National Institute of Youth and Popular Education (Injep) shows that the use of the Internet is multiple and depends on the young age. During the college years they are “First order…
Source: Le Figaro
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