Generation S.L.U.T (sexually liberated urban teens): a brutal feel-up session with today's sex-crazed adolescent populace

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Pocket Books, Feb 24, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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The first exploration of the sex lives of modern teens, as reported from the frontlines by twenty-year-old Marty Beckerman.

Innovatively combining fact and fiction, the book is filled with mind-shattering stats, news reports, and confessions from adolescents nationwide about the new American "Hook-Up Culture," in which 7,700 kids lose their virginity every day.

Far from religious proselytizing, Generation S.L.U.T. seeks to find the balance between sexual freedom and sexual responsibility, and even the most cynical readers (not to mention parents) will find themselves speechless and heartbroken. Blunt and brutal, tackling everything from preteen oral sex to gun violence, sexual assault, and suicide, Beckerman's tour de force through contemporary adolescence will leave you stunned, breathless, and ultimately horrified.

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Generation S.L.U.T. : A Brutal Feel-up Session with Today's Sex-Crazed Adolescent Populace

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Beckerman is either a brilliant voice for the new generation of Twenties or else a sex-crazed, in-your-face college kid who needs to grow up. A junior at American University and contributor to New ... Read full review

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User Review  - plenilune - LibraryThing

An interesting concept, but ultimately a bit clunky and heavy-handed in execution. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
11
Section 3
37
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About the author (2004)

Marty Beckerman, 25, has written for Playboy, Reason, Discover, Huffington Post and New York Press. He has been featured by the New York Times, the New York Post, MSNBC, Fox News Channel and National Public Radio. Hunter S. Thompson once called him a "morbid little bastard," which Beckerman considers the greatest compliment of his career.

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