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The effect on boys, however, is less often part of the discussion.
Conventional wisdom tends to oversimplify the situation to something along the lines of: Boys get to have sex, which is really all they want. Reality is far more complex than this, in ways that can affect young men socially and emotionally well into adulthood, according to Steiner-Adair.
Kids hooked up against those walls while others threw up in the bathroom or on the floor.
That isn’t to say I wasn’t as obnoxious as other freshman girls, because I definitely was.
Of course, I’m still incredibly small for my age, but entering high school at just under 5 feet made it that much more intimidating to stand in the shadows of the upper classmen.
Months later, the first time they met in person in 2014, they went to a Germantown park to have sex in his car.
A police officer found them and then discovered the girl was really only 13.