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The sexuality notion is a concept that refers to and defines how people identify and
express themselves. Modern visual has raised contentious debates on how people have divergent
feelings and perceive others in their sexual orientation. The current media has used various
means to construct and deconstruct some of the gender images in society. Often, women's photos
in the community have rapidly been presented in unique discussion styles since immemorial
times. Several authors have written their literary work, which focuses on shedding light on
feminism traits and women's lives from ancient times and current modern society. Regardless of
the acclaimed modern-day civilization, the concept of sexuality has not yet faded behind the
primitive behaviors of the immemorial history. This paper seeks to analyze the divergent ways in
which the modern visual literary works present the topic of sexuality.
The first feminism and presentation of sexuality in modern society is evident in the article
"Sexting as Media Production: Rethinking Social Media and Sexuality" by Hasinoff. The author
demonstrates that sexting emerged in the rise and continuous spread of the technological
advancement era, which was evident in the year 2008. On page 449, Hasinoff claims that the
sending of explicit textual and imagery texts by the social platforms shows some element of

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sexuality in modern society. Although the author is a female, she portrays girls' inclination
towards the exclusive teenage ladies whom she claims to be vulnerable to sexual and victims of
the subject matter. The textual and visual presentation of the authors point majors on the
feminine sexuality. Although the author accepts modernity and the technology that has resulted
alongside the acceptance, she reluctantly claims that the young male teens are also victims.
However, she avoids mentioning the male gender, who is also affected by the pertinent
challenge. She additionally affirms that girls are more likely to post some explicit images on
social media than boys (Hasinoff, pp. 450). The main reason that drives she argues that girls are
more likely to seek attention more than boys while they strive for attention and positive
comments from the social platform fans. Even though the author criticizes sexting immensely,
she acknowledges that some positivity elements may be reaped from modern technologies.
The journal stipulates that the female gender is more prone to trauma once their
sexting of explicit photos gets shared on the social platforms or once their chats go viral than the
male gender. This shows that the issue of gender and sexual orientation remains prominent
challenge. The author shows an extreme feminism point of view once she claims that the online
'predators' target females whose profiles indicate that they are at tender ages and are filled with
naivety (Hasinoff, pp. 451-452). Many professionals claim that online platforms should be
enhanced to mask girls' social media pages showing them as older persons. This masking is
crucial in that the predators will be unable to detect and exploit the feminine teens. The predators
make pornographic content with the teen details, which makes the victim even more depressed.
The main message of intervention in the journal seeks for tightening of its knots.
The author additionally claims that teens are exposed to easily accessible mobile
devices and computers at younger ages because of technological advancement despite its

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Surname 1 Student's Name Professor's Name Course Date Topic Sexuality and Modern Visual Introduction The sexuality notion is a concept that refers to and defines how people identify and express themselves. Modern visual has raised contentious debates on how people have divergent feelings and perceive others in their sexual orientation. The current media has used various means to construct and deconstruct some of the gender images in society. Often, women's photos in the community have rapidly been presented in unique discussion styles since immemorial times. Several authors have written their literary work, which focuses on shedding light on feminism traits and women's lives from ancient times and current modern society. Regardless of the acclaimed modern-day civilization, the concept of sexuality has not yet faded behind the primitive behaviors of the immemorial history. This paper seeks to analyze the divergent ways in which the modern visual literary works present the topic of sexuality. The first feminism and presentation of sexuality in modern society is evident in the article "Sexting as Media Production: Rethinking Social Media and Sexuality" by Hasinoff. The author demonstrates that sexting emerged in the rise and continuous spread of the technological advancement era, which was evident in the year 2008. On page 449, Hasinoff claims that the sending of explicit textual and imagery texts by the social platforms shows some element of 2 sexuality in modern society. A ...
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