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Log in through your institution. Abstract This article examines the link between sexual coercion and psychobehavioral outcomes among black teenage girls. A little over half of the sample reported at least one sexually coercive experience, including experiences in which verbal and physical threats and alcohol or drugs were involved.
A combination of social semiotic analysis and qualitative content analysis of 83 cover lines published in the 12 issues was conducted to explore the themes used to construct and represent black women. The findings revealed that the cover lines provided a narrow range of discourses of black femininity. The pivotal themes centred on notions of good sex and a beautiful body.
The underlying messages were that a desirable body is an asset that can get a woman very far in life, and it is associated with sexual fulfilment. The cover lines tended to give instructions on maintaining healthy romantic relationships.
Overall, the texts promoted unrealistic sex expectations and glamorous looks that are near impossible for an average True Love reader to attain. Recommended articles lists articles that we recommend and is powered by our AI driven recommendation engine.
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