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30 Percent of U.S. Teenage Girls Meet Strangers Online

Researchers from University of Cincinnati found that nearly one-third of teen girls ages 14-17 have met a stranger they met online. They also found that girls who posted more sexual explicit photos were “more likely to receive sexual solicitations online, to seek out so-called adult content and to arrange offline meetings with strangers,” says HealthDay News.   

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