When girls go to bed, their chat lines are full
Chat lines are the most common source of unsolicited communication in the world.
For many girls, they’re the first communication that they have with anyone.
A recent study showed that nearly a third of girls aged 12 to 19 had received unwanted sexual attention in the past year.
But for many girls who have never spoken to anyone, their private chats can be as valuable as a date.
And even for those girls who speak up, a chat is just a whisper away.
One girl who has experienced it is 16-year old Allison, from Houston, Texas.
She has never spoken on camera before, but she said she feels more comfortable speaking up about her problems.
“I’ve heard so many girls tell me how they’re scared to speak up because they’re not comfortable talking to people,” she told Fox News.
“And then I’m like, I’m not scared to talk to you, I just have so much to be scared of.”
Her friend, 20-year olds Brittany and Brittany, who live in Atlanta, Georgia, agreed.
Brittany said she felt uncomfortable speaking up because she was scared of getting rejected.
But Brittany said it’s not her fault.
In a recent Facebook post, Brittany said: “We are not alone in being afraid of social rejection, we are not safe.
I feel like this is because girls have been raised to believe that being vulnerable and being vulnerable to others is an acceptable thing.
We are taught that being afraid is good, but when it comes to us, it is a lie.
We are taught to be afraid of being rejected, but we are taught not to be safe.
We have been taught that having confidence is the path to happiness and happiness is a path to rejection.”
Brittany said she and Brittany have been in the same class, but Brittany’s been “the one to push me into being more vocal” because she knows that “there are things that girls can do to not be a victim, but also to help people be safe.”
Britton is currently taking a course in the online dating app Tinder that teaches her to “show the girl how to be a good girlfriend.”
“Tinder is empowering because it gives you the power to control your life and the power not to feel like a bad person,” she said.
“I’m very excited to go to school, to start being comfortable and comfortable with myself.”
Brittish is just one of many who have experienced the “shame, embarrassment and humiliation” that comes with sharing their personal struggles on social media.
The problem is, it can be difficult for girls who are struggling to communicate.
Some of the biggest barriers for girls struggling with social rejection are the same reasons that they are struggling in the first place.
These girls may not be the brightest of brains, but they also are the ones who need the most help with self-confidence.
Tinder and other dating apps are proving to be crucial in helping girls like Allison get over the shame and humiliation that comes from being a sexual predator.
But even though girls are finally speaking up on their own behalf, many more are still not.
Fox News’ Cristina Flores contributed to this report.