Society defines sexuality as an individual's sex, gender, identity, expression, and sexual orientation. It also includes the effect of prejudice and discrimination on those who are identified as lesbian, gay, or bisexual.   Sex is refers to the biological distinction between female and males and therefore the way human species reproduces. (John J. Macionis, 2010). Because sexuality is about much more than having sex, sexuality is a theme found in almost everywhere- in sports, on campus in the work place and most importantly in the mass media.   (John J. Macionis, 2010). There is also the sex industry that includes pornography and prostitution both of which are multibillion-dollar business in this Country. Therefore the effects had been very enormous affecting almost every aspect of our society today with the major impact on our youth and females.  
Eileen Zurbriggen, chair of the former APA Task Force on the sexualization of girls, created in 2006, opened the summit by describing research findings from the task force’s report — highlighted troubling links between the sexualization of girls and mental health problems, including eating disorders, low self-esteem and depression. The report calls on parents, school officials and all health professionals to be alert to the potential impact of sexualization on girls and young women. Schools should teach media literacy skills to all students, says the APA report, and should include information on the negative effects of the sexualization of girls in media literacy and sex education programs. “The consequences of the sexualization of girls in media today are very real and are likely to be a negative influence on girls’ healthy development,” says Zurbriggen, a psychology professor at the University of California. She added   “We have ample evidence to conclude that sexualization has negative effects in a variety of domains, including cognitive functioning, physical and mental health, and healthy sexual development.”
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