Photos of the crime and naked pictures of the incapacitated girl were posted on the popular social media site Snapchat , Clyde Hill police detectives say. Police were called to the home of a year-old girl on April 3. The girl's father told police his daughter had been raped at an April 1 house party on Yarrow Point. Police reported breaking up a house party of "approximately to " juveniles that night, with a "majority" of the crowd being intoxicated. She told police she drank whiskey and vodka heavily. She also told investigators she learned she was the only 8th grader at the party, and that others called her "the Legend" because she was the youngest person at a high school party. The victim told investigators she became heavily intoxicated and remembered dancing and falling asleep in a bedroom. An acquaintance she was with at the party also informed her she was found passed out in the garage. A day later, the teen who threw the house party contacted the victim and informed her she had been raped by two year-old boys at the party.
IF drinking, driving and college admissions aren't enough for the parents of teenagers to worry about, there's a new specter on the horizon: "rainbow parties. While "Rainbow Party," by Paul Ruditis, has received a less-than-enthusiastic reception from booksellers, it has won plenty of attention from bloggers and conservative columnists and prompted lots of talk among teenagers, parents and school officials. Ruditis said.
Although the study, published by the Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of New York Academy of Medicine , is a small one, the researchers said it offers a window into a risky sex behavior that has so far been given little legitimacy. More than half of the girls who reported experiencing group sex said they had been coerced into doing so, according to the study. Many admitted they had been "liquored up" on alcohol and drugs, often against their will. The average age of the first group-sex experience was Rothman interviewed females between the ages of 14 and 20 who had used a community or school-based health center to see if they had ever had sex with multiple partners. These girls had sought help at the clinics for a variety of reasons from strep throats to sprained ankles, not just for reproductive care. An estimated 7. Those girls were also five times more likely than those who did not have group sex to have watched pornography in the last month. In those who said they had group sex, 45 percent reported having sex without a condom in a recent encounter. They also were more likely to smoke cigarettes, have been a victim of dating violence or had a sexually transmitted disease diagnosis.
Until Skins , every teen party on TV seemed to end in an overdose, every sexual encounter some kind of STI — but here we got to see young, unknown actors many of whom went on to be Hollywood stars revelling in the delights of adolescence, showing that teenage identity exploration and drug use are often just quite a lot of fun. If Skins showed what party-loving sixth-formers got up to, then The Inbetweeners panned across to the neeks in the corner of the common room. It may have pushed things too far with this effort, which ran for two series in , and specifically focused on adolescent rutting. There were pieces on BDSM, Andalusian shagging holidays and vajazzling — but a letter signed by 23 health and education professionals condemned Channel 4 for giving poor advice. Now if you try to Google the show, you are faced with a warning reminding you that child pornography is illegal.