Mostly there were the typical posts from his friends, the kind of stuff teenagers share on a Saturday night. But then, scrolling through his Stories, he saw something more sinister. A girl he knew loosely through a friend of a friend had posted a series of naked pictures. For a generation born into and immersed in social media, the boundaries of online sex are complicated. From sharing pictures with strangers on Snapchat to Instagram bots demanding nude photos, Gen-Z is on the frontline of a rapidly changing digital world.
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Dance Moms is an American reality television series that debuted on Lifetime on July 13, Created by Collins Avenue Productions , the show follows the training and careers of children in dance and show business under the tutelage of Abby Lee Miller as well as the relationships between Miller, the dancers, and their often bickering mothers. The show follows the girls on the ALDC Junior Elite Competition Team as they learn their dances and then compete them at dance competitions all across the country. Primarily set in Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania and later in Los Angeles, California, the show originally followed the Abby Lee Dance Company's Junior Elite Competition Team of dancers aged 6—15 as they traveled week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be "professional, employable working dancers". The series depicted the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances were creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show's producers, while the choreography was done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spurred the team's competitiveness.
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An open-access scientific journal written by scientists and reviewed by a board of kids and teens. Discover three tales of symbiosis taking place around the world and how these living things in each symbiosis are so tiny that we need a microscope to see them. Microbes are tiny living beings that cannot be seen by the naked eye. The secrets of their success are still within them; coded into their genomes, waiting for us to understand them.
The perpetrator was arrested on June 28, in connection with the Hase murder, and later confessed to both murders. As a juvenile offender, he was prosecuted and convicted as "Boy A". His real name has not been released to the press because Japanese law prohibits publishing the identification, but in some weekly magazines his real name has been reported. Beginning in , "Boy A" was released on a provisional basis, with a full release announced to follow on January 1, The murders and subsequent release of the perpetrator gained widespread attention from Japanese media and politicians.