Why Jess Is Undeniably Rory's Best Love Interest. By BECKY KIRSCH
Edited by Isabel Cutter
Team Dean. Team Jess. Team Logan. To any Gilmore Girls fan, these words can (and will) define you. The topic of which guy was best for Rory has been debated for years, and now that all three love interests are returning for the reboot, the battle of the boyfriends is about to get really intense. That said, there's always been one guy who seems to be the most favoured — whether he's the guy you loved to love or loved to hate, let's examine the wonder that is Jess Mariano. He terrorises pretty much everyone.Remember that town meeting where they discuss banishing Jess from Stars Hollow?
His hair is mesmerising.Even when it gets a little out of control in certain seasons.
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Stolen glances like these made you melt.OK, maybe they still do. Is that creepy? Don't answer that.
(Does petty theft count as a talent?) from the library so hot when he lies. For the sake of romance, let's say yes.
And he has the best jacket collection.You wanted to date Jess just so you could steal that jacket.
Ultimately, he totally wins Rory (and you) over.You know, after the car accident and that other girl and Rory's DC trip and that 24-hour dance marathon. Good times.
Most children are exposed to online pornography by their early teenage years, a study warns. By Pudsey Teddy
Most children are exposed to online pornography by their early teenage years, a study warns. About 53% of 11- to 16-year-olds have seen explicit material online, nearly all of whom (94%) had seen it by 14, the Middlesex University study says. The research, commissioned by the NSPCC and the children's commissioner for England, said many teenagers were at risk of becoming desensitised to porn. The government said keeping children safe online was a key priority. Naked imagesThe researchers questioned 1,001 children aged 11 to 16 and found 65% of 15- to 16-year-olds reported seeing pornography, as did 28% of 11- to 12-year-olds. They also discovered that it was more likely for the youngsters to find material accidentally (28%), for example via a pop-up advertisement, than to specifically seek it out (19%). More than three-quarters of the children surveyed - 87% of the boys and 77% of the girls - felt pornography failed to help them understand consent, but most of the boys (53%) and 39% of girls saw it as a realistic depiction of sex. Some of the children's approach to sex was also informed by pornographic scenes, with more than a third (39%) of the 13- to 14-year-olds and a fifth of the 11- to 12-year-olds boys saying they wanted to copy the behaviour they had seen. The report also found:
More boys than girls had viewed online pornography through choice
135 (14%) of the young people who responded had taken naked and/or semi-naked images of themselves, and just over half of these (7% overall) had shared these images
Of those children who reported seeing online pornography, the greatest proportion (38%) had first seen it on a portable laptop, 33% through a mobile phone and just under a quarter (24%) on a desktop computer
Nearly 60% of the children and young people surveyed who had seen online pornography reported seeing it for the first time at home, followed by 29% who reported doing so at a friend's house
The report is published a week after expert witnesses told the Women and Equalities Committee that girls were wearing shorts under their school skirts to avoid sexual harassment and warned that online pornography was giving children unacceptable messages about sex and intimacy.
Young people's concernsOne 11-year-old girl told researchers: "I didn't like it because it came on by accident and I don't want my parents to find out and the man looked like he was hurting her. He was holding her down and she was screaming and swearing." A 13-year-old boy said: "One of my friends has started treating women like he sees on the videos - not major - just a slap here or there." "It can make a boy not look for love, just look for sex, and it can pressure us girls to act and look and behave in a certain way before we might be ready for it," said one 13-year-old girl. Another 13-year-old girl said: "A few of my friends have used it for guidance about sex and are getting the wrong image of relationships."
Dr Elena Martellozzo, who co-led the research, said: "Although many children did not report seeing online pornography, it is worrying that some children came across it accidentally and could be sent it without seeking it. "If boys believe that online pornography provides a realistic view of sexual relationships, then this may lead to inappropriate expectations of girls and women. "Girls too may feel pressured to live up to these unrealistic, and perhaps non-consensual, interpretations of sex. "There is a huge task ahead for parents, teachers and policymakers. "We found that children and young people need safe spaces where they can freely discuss the full range of issues related to sex, relationships and the accessibility of online porn in the digital age."
Anne Longfield, Children's Commissioner for England, said it was worrying that many children were exposed to pornography. "Only now are we beginning to understand its impact on 'smartphone kids' - the first generation to have been raised with technology that's taken the internet from the front room, where parents can monitor use, to their bedrooms or the playground, where they can't," she said. "We know from the research that very many children are shocked, confused or disgusted by what they see, and it is our duty to help them to question, challenge and make sense of it." NSPCC chief executive Peter Wanless said: "A generation of children are in danger of being stripped of their childhoods at a young age by stumbling across extreme and violent porn online. "Industry and government need to take more responsibility to ensure that young people are protected. "Some companies have taken the initiative when it comes to online safety, and we will continue to put pressure on those that have not yet done so. "Age-appropriate sex and relationship education in schools, dealing with issues such as online pornography and children sending indecent images, are crucial." A Department for Culture, Media and Sport spokeswoman said: "Keeping children safe online is one of government's key priorities. "Just as we do offline, we want to make sure children are prevented from accessing pornographic content online, which should only be viewed by adults. "In the forthcoming Digital Economy Bill, we will bring in legislation that will require companies providing pornographic material online to make sure they have a robust age-verification system in place, so that those accessing their websites are over 18."
Anyone who loves Harry Potter has got a Hogwarts house — or has at least tried to work theirs out. By Brinton Parker
House identity is a huge deal to the Potter fandom, which is why there has been so much speculation about how J.K. Rowling will configure the 10 non-Hogwarts wizarding schools in her magical universe. With the upcoming release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the American version of Hogwarts, Ilvermorny, has been the primary focus of these speculations.
Apparently, one fan was perplexed enough about the unanswered Ilvermorny questions thathe went rooting around in Pottermore's source code for answers. By some stroke of shady, shady luck, he came across an unfinished sorting ceremony quiz that supposedly lists names of the American school's houses: Wampus, Thunderbird, Pukwudgie, and Horned Serpent. These names, each representative of magical creatures native to North America, are likely the mascots for each Ilvermorny house.
Rowling briefly mentioned two of these creatures in her recent Pottermore series, History of Magic in North America. "The Thunderbird is a magical American bird closely related to the phoenix," the author describes in one piece about magic in 1920s America. In the same installment, she mentions "hair of the Wampus cat" in passing as a wand-core material. According to Hypable, the Wampus is closely related to the cougar. The Pukwudgie is supposedly a grey humanoid creature with enlarged features, while the Horned Serpent is a large reptilic being often featured in Native American lore.
While one might expect Potterheads to jump with joy over this unsanctioned news about their beloved universe, many have voiced frustration with the speculated housing system.
Before getting up in arms about this information, it's important to remember that none of this information is official — it was leaked in a way that's likely frustrating to Rowling and her entire Pottermore team. Jumping to conclusions about her choices before she's even announced them is unfair to her as the series creator and — to be quite frank — an ungrateful move by the Potter fandom. For now, we'll write this off as speculation . . . we're sure that Rowling would like the chance to speak for herself.
Puberty is an emotional roller-coaster ride, but imagine that ride to be the craziest, most jarring experience you've ever had in your life. Yours parents, don't have to imagine it because the roller-coaster tracks run straight through your house and right to your bedroom door. Raising a kid who is transitioning into teenage years is an experience you will both share. It's downright terrifying your mum is raisng Mini Me. The struggle is real, parents vs Teen. Not to worry, though, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. Eventually as a temperamental teen you will will morph into one regular human being. Until then, be patient with all versions of your the 10 multiple personalities you may run into below.
1. Antisocial - I am busy right now you asked me question?
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2. Unfiltered - Why are you following me Stop toddler vs teen?
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3. Sassy - Sister as church wears Knee length you win mum!
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4. Moody and Downright Miserable - Hormones lets share some ice cream or dodge ball?
5. Overly Emotional - Shut up hold me todler emotions Daddy
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6 Contradictory - Me and Teddy we share the last cupcake sorry
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7 A Little Too Excited - Toddler vs Teen screaming with exitment
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