Teenage dramas have typically presented a soapy view of high school, with more sex, drugs and wild behavior than in real life. The show suggests that our modern society, with its smartphone dating apps, internet pornography and designer drugs, has made teenage life more extreme and dangerous than ever before. They smoke less, and they use fewer hard drugs. They get in fewer car accidents and fewer physical fights.
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There's a binary choice to make in response to the realization that you're getting older. You can either begin or intensify the contemplation of your own mortality; or you can invoke the only line of Dylan Thomas you can half-remember and start doing things that assert that you won't be shrugging on the cardigan of acquiescence anytime soon. For good or ill, as I barrel toward the big , I find myself in that latter category. That's why "chemsex" caught my attention.
Teen sex and drug use at lowest rates in decades, CDC finds
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Subscriber Account active since. Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! Get it now on Libro. Editor's note: This story discusses sexual violence and drug abuse and has spoilers for the television show "Euphoria. Tune into just one episode of HBO's new teen drama show "Euphoria", and you're bound to see lots of penises, drug use, and violent sex.