Racy Chilean Teens and the Web

Racy Chilean Teens and the Web
technology
Christine Huang
  • 15 september 2008

The NY Times has a fascinating piece on the not-so-quietly forming ‘sex rebellion’ raging on among Chile’s party-hard youth. Once one of the most sexually conservative of Latin American countries (according to the NYT), Chile is now witnessing a surge in public shows of sexuality (from making out on dancefloors to things much too graphic to be written about here) among its teen population.  In an attempt to make sense of the phenomenon, some doctors, academics and other experts are pointing to the rise of the popular website Fotolog as one of the movement’s main drivers/enablers:

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