Roisin Lacey SC, defending, said the incident, which lasted for about ten seconds before the girl ran off, was stage managed by the older boy. Her client, now aged 17, subsequently pleaded guilty to engaging in a sexual act with a child at a place in Co. Dublin on 25 August
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High heels make the year-old Moline girl, wearing a slinky flowered dress, seem taller. Her black hair styled in a bob, she gestures to a young man approaching a Davenport concert venue and says, "He's the first one I had oral sex with. Her casual tone is typical among more than a dozen teens who alternately describe the oral sex act as "pleasurable," "disgusting" and "better than kissing.
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When Hannah Smith committed suicide after being viciously bullied on social media site Ask. We said we would force social media sites to be accountable for their lax moderation, and crack down on those tormenting teenagers to death with vile abuse. Why, then, less than a week after her funeral, did photos of a teenage girl performing oral sex on a boy in a field become the second worldwide trending topic on Twitter on Monday? And why were there endless jokes, insults and disapprobation slung her way, and not at the boy concerned? The incident happened during an Eminem concert at Slane Castle in Ireland. And immediately the girl was branded a slut online with hashtags: 'slanegirl' and 'slaneslut' fast becoming trends. When it comes to online safety, social media is repeatedly and unrepentantly failing teenagers. The usage of sites such as Twitter and Facebook has increased sharply over the past few years, and yet the care with which they are monitored seemingly has not. These social media suicides are a worryingy trend that shows no signs of slowing down, in spite of the damning press in the wake of its latest victim. How many young people need to kill themselves as a result of online torment for it to trigger some actual change?