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Mc Cann's assault in January mirrors a similar assault for which he was jailed in 2006, after he attacked a lawyer in a park in east London, telling an accomplice he would 'have fun with this one'.He was sentenced to life with a minimum of nine years, and the judge said there was a risk he would strike again.Combined with unprecedented easy access to the unreal world of Internet porn, the result is a situation that has drastically affected gender roles for young people.Speaking to a variety of teenaged boys and girls across the country, Nancy Jo Sales uncovers a world where boys are taught they have the right to expect everything from social submission to outright sex from their female peers. THE TINDER GUYShe wanted it to be like the scene in the Lana Del Rey video for “Blue Jeans”—“hot and slow and epic.” The scene where strangers meet and fall into an easy intimacy, making love in a pool—“and they look so hot and it’s just, like, totally epic.” A boy at her school—she didn’t want to talk about him now; he’d broken her heart; but “like, whatever.” She’d “deleted him” from her phone. There was something different about his face—it was “squishier. She was sorry she’d spent so much time getting ready for this. He wanted her to get in his car, but she knew she shouldn’t. Then I wouldn't have a new headline out today that I wore the same jeans three days in a row. CL: When you first got into acting, you said you felt like you weren't connecting with what was in school; you didn't feel smart in that situation. [But] it's on set, finding that character, feeling the emotions, getting that adrenaline—it is such a rush. And I liked the beginning, when she wants more than what life has bestowed onto her. You can't photograph me." I would love to be able to control being photographed. I don't know how to describe it—reading a script is like a map. It's all four seasons of success—before, when you don't believe in yourself; when you do believe in yourself, and nobody else does; and then all of the awful things that come afterward.
She's also pulled off a hugely difficult Hollywood feat: being both immensely likeable and seriously ballsy, taking stands on issues like fair pay for women. I still felt entitled to a certain life that I just wasn't allowed to have [anymore]. That doesn't have anything to do with your family. I'm curious: Did you have that early family encouragement—people around you who told you, "Yes, this is what we want from you"? And then, when I told my parents when I was 14 that I wanted to move to New York and become an actress, they were like, "Well, no.“I was stalking him too much, seeing him doing fun things on Instagram, and it hurt.”They’d been instant-messaging on Facebook, and one night he told her he loved her. Like, he was almost fat.” But now here they were, and she didn’t know quite how to get out of it. They started walking around the mall, “talking about nothing, nothing.And then “I found out he was talking to, like, four other girls.” And now she wanted to do something to get over it, maybe to get back at him. All men are basically whores.” When he didn’t turn out to be her “true love”—“like Bella and Edward, or Bella and Jacob, you know? Alone in her room, the night before, reading her friends’ Twitter feeds and watching You Tube videos (Selena Gomez and “baby animals being cute”), she’d started feeling lonely, restless, and bored. It was awkward, totally weird.” He asked if she wanted to sit down, but there was nowhere to sit except in restaurants, so they wound up going inside a Pottery Barn and making out on a couch.Gotta wheel the bitches in,” said the teenage boy on a city bus in New York. There are so many apps and shit that just, like, hand you the girls.They don’t even know that’s what they’re doing, but really they’re just giving teenagers ways to have sex.”SEX, LIES, AND SOCIAL MEDIAIf you’re between 8 and 18, you spend more than 11 hours a day plugged into an electronic device.