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Documentary: Sext Up Kids

1.jpgA new documentary called Sext up Kids looks at how growing up in a hypersexualized culture is hurting children and teens. It's produced by Dream Street Pictures here in New Brunswick, and it was developed from an idea pitched by Jennifer Power Scott. As the mother of two girls, 5 and 8 years old, she found herself looking at their princess lunchboxes and super-sexy dolls and wondering if there wasn't something very wrong.

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