Alert moderator Lion El'Johnson: Even though I try not to be critical of selfies fans it has to be said the halfwit who got so much publicity for taking a selfie of himself and One K Rudd while chanting 'kevinkevinkevin' in a highpitched voice did neither the causes of selfie takers nor said K Rudd any good at all. Just like I did, they define their self worth by the acclimation of others. Though they don't need big closets, they do need a roof over their head. Many of the young users, and even adult users, have no idea why they need to protect their identity and personal information, let alone activate the appropriate ones. Glad you appreciated my apology. Now we have female judges the 'problem complex' is a bit more 'complex' than before.
Social media, sexualisation and the selfie generation
The senders are unsure of their own self-worth. We need teens to help us navigate the complexities of this new digital wilderness, writes Vanessa Gorman. I like the black and white ones. Thank God someone in the cohort can explain the rules. Take FacelessBook for example, the safety features are there but you need to know where to find and activate them. Too much emphasis on the individual these days.
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Kids are compelled to act the stereotype because those who opt out commit themselves to social leprosy. There were two published. What does it say about our culture that we're okay with nudity and we're okay with being naked? Then the kids see it - Monkey see, Monkey do. I'd rather walk around it.
I guess the point I'm trying to make is asking teens to rebel against social indoctrination when most, if not all, adults conform to social indoctrinations is a big ask. Since Elvis gyrated his hips we have been creating an entitled group of consumers with a herd mentality: Inside the competition with the world's most elite cliff divers. The swimsuit debate may seem frivolous — it is, after all, just clothing, right? Now we have -- Reporter: There are hundreds, sometimes thousands in each collection , unselfconsciously proffered.