@nytimes
The New York Times
4 days ago
In today's NYT Parenting newsletter, @JessGrose asks: How do we know for sure that social media is worse for teen girls than traditional media was for previous generations?
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@aliceseba
Alice Seba
4 days ago
@nytimes @JessGrose Media is always what you make it. All we can do is raise our girls to be confident, free thinkers who can do and be whatever they want. And keep those conversations open.
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@DuhaimeDiana
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4 days ago
@nytimes @JessGrose The patriarchy is the problem
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@TaraPoshusta
Tara
4 days ago
@nytimes @JessGrose I grew up in the era of supermodels and teen magazines and learned a lot of bad habits from them.
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@cares4hair
Ms. Ladosha
4 days ago
@nytimes @JessGrose Who's the parent? Who's the child?
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@TTongDX
Tracer
4 days ago
@nytimes @JessGrose Generally speaking, previous generations of teen girls didn’t carry around negative stereotype reinforcements *from the entire world, in their pocket, at all times of the day*
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@alliekenneynyc
alliekenney
4 days ago
@nytimes @JessGrose And what about parents? How do they compare to previous generations of parents?
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@nyttypos
Typos of the New York Times
4 days ago
@nytimes @JessGrose Under the Times style guide, @JessGrose, you are not to capitalize the names of university departments. Please refrain from doing so. Thanks
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@ilanared
ilana taub
4 days ago
@nytimes @JessGrose I dunno, because Sassy Magazine didn’t personally bully me? I’d be terrified to be a teen dealing with social today.
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