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Discovery Girls magazine under fire for swimsuit tips for pre-teen girls
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Social media is so in that youngsters you are not even old to use it or have multiple accounts. The selfie trend has gone to such an extent that taking inappropriate selfies and posting them online is nothing but common. Social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat are not safe, especially for youngsters. Refraining children from using the internet can backfire terribly and curfews rarely make any difference. Instead they make the banned thing seem more appealing to the ones who are kept away from it. So, instead of banning social media and even internet, some productive and learning websites can be used to direct the young generation on the good road. The sites mentioned below are for children, especially girls, who are below age
Magazines for Teens & Pre-Teens
Skip to content. Something fun, fashion is fine, but not trashy, not gossip or celebrity news, not inappropriately advanced. Cosmo girl seems way too old and trashy, but how about Teen Vogue? Discovery Girl?
It's a magazine with a mission: to celebrate all a girl can be — whether she's passionate about science or sport, art or astronomy, history or hip hop, whether she likes digging in the dirt or building castles in the air. Featuring powerful stories of inspirational girls and women, KOOKIE gives its young readers a well-rounded and optimistic sense of their place in the world. It's the same lively magazine, with local features keeping content relevant for readers in each region. It's a magazine for girls and by girls.