That innocent, preteen peck on the cheek at Christmas, lovingly captured on a grainy home video: The things children do never fail to tug at our heartstrings, but a new study suggests these seemingly naive relationships of friendship and affection may be under threat from an unwritten playground rule known as “heterosexual teasing.” reports that research conducted by Professor Emma Renold at Cardiff University, in conjunction with the NSPCC, has shed light on the pressure preteen boys —` and girls — feel to label their friendships as something One hundred twenty five children ages 10, 11, and 12 took part in the study, and Renold’s findings were pretty fascinating.… continue reading »


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