I thought it was healthy for kids to be curious about their bodies. Isn’t there an unwritten rule that every parent will walk in on their child playing “house” with the next-door-neighbour’s kid? There’s nothing sexual about it; little kids are just curious.
Fast forward to your early teens and things start to change a bit. Today, we’ve got the technology to make things a lot more interesting. Continue reading
Well, I am. It’s a great way to grab attention, and with the right mix of targeted, offensive criticism and sensationalism, I could become the next big thing. It might be a little bit ironic that I’m bashing the use of the Internet while using the very same means to get my message across, but it seems to be the norm over the past few weeks (months, years) for relative small-time nobodies to use the Internet as a vehicle to propel themselves into the limelight.
Take University of Brighton Media Studies professor Tara Brabazon for example. Continue reading