Comment Email Copy Link Copied Hollywood has a long history of putting young actresses in scenes that are mature or "beyond their years. It happens with boys, too, but much less frequently. Many times, these little girls and teens are used for purposes of titilation. Since men statistically write and direct the lion's share of movies, the way they view young actresses says a lot -- and sometimes, what it says isn't all that great. What follows are fifteen egregious examples of actresses who were too young -- physically, and probably emotionally -- to perform the scenes they were in.
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Child marriage is outlawed in many countries and international agreements forbid the practice yet this tradition still spans continents, language, religion and caste. Over nearly a decade, photographer Stephanie Sinclair has investigated the phenomenon of child marriage in India, Yemen, Afghanistan, Nepal and Ethiopia. At the time of their marriage, when Destaye was age 11, she was still in school and her husband expressed interest in letting her continue her education. Since the birth of their son, however, she has had to fulfill her duties of being a wife and mother exclusively. Rajyanti, 17, hopes to become a doctor.
His case has drawn national scrutiny, but North Carolina's controversial law isn't unique. States require people convicted of various sex-related offenses to publicly register as sex offenders. They don't always make exceptions for kids, even if their cases are adjudicated in juvenile court. Marsha Levick, deputy director and chief counsel at the Juvenile Law Center, said that youth are unlikely to get in trouble for possessing nude selfies. Possessing a nude photo of yourself does not really fit that definition or concern ," she told The Huffington Post.