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The former teacher also spoke to 14-year-old Grant (picture posed by model), who's being bullied so badly online that he is beginning to take more seriously the ‘hundreds’ of suggestions he gets a day to kill himself This is the first generation that grew up from birth under the internet’s watchful eye.
It informs and shapes their identity and is the most influential aspect of modern teenage life.
Chloe Combi spent two years talking to children about their online experiences.
She spoke with one 17-year-old girl who performs solo sex acts for a man she's never met using a web camera (picture posed by model)Ahmed, 15, likes nothing better ‘when he is bored’ than setting up fake social media profiles and aggressively trolling, in other words verbally abusing, minor celebrities and footballers via the internet.
Certainly, teenagers are more introspective than ever.
Being plugged in online 24/7 means that they don’t even have to leave their bedrooms to communicate, socialise or meet new people.
She gets on with her parents and younger brother, walks her dog every night and her teachers praise her.
For most of us, the internet is a convenient form of communication, a mode of entertainment, which generally makes our lives easier.
He hasn’t, despite all this, ever considered coming offline — even for a day.
These were just a few of the shocking experiences of the teenagers I encountered while researching and writing my new book, Generation Z.
She is yet to go through with one of these, the main problem being that she is actually a 16-year-old studying for her GCSEs.
Meanwhile, Grant, 14, is being bullied so badly online that he is beginning to take more seriously the ‘hundreds’ of suggestions he gets a day to kill himself.