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Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. Thirteen year old Audrey Shaw is new to Bellweather, California and certain she'll never fit in when she meets Krista Rich, the pretty, popular girl she aspires to be "or be with" - she's just not sure. Set against the backdrop of abstinence education and presented as Audrey's real life documentary assembled entirely from her own video clips, instant messages and cell phone cam as well as those of her classmates and internet friends , Sex and The U.
Bush's Evangelical right prizes virginity. Where natural urges of adolescence are at best dismissed, at worst, demonized and either way, taught in public schools. Without sex education or parents who are willing to talk about sex, Audrey and Krista are faced with a difficult task: Like many American girls, this quest leads Written by Jan Wellmann.
The worst casting I've seen in a long time. Not a one of the actors playing teenagers is convincing under the age of 25, much less under the age of 15 - which is the age of the kids in this movie. The rich, cool, pretty 14 year old girl is played by a transvestite or something like that. It's worth it to see because the script is good, but that's about it. I know what bugged me - it's like the filmmakers thought that kids who behaved this way had to be ugly and coarse.
It's like a class thing, y'know. No genuinely pretty, cool 14 year old girl who did these things could be actually charming and likable.
While the actress who is closing in on 30 and doesn't really look like a transvestite that plays Krista, is quite likable, there is nothing likable about the way she played that character. She's a tough,nasty child, with no personal charm and the demeanor of a stripper who hands out lap dances to her landlord when she's late on rent. I just don't buy that girl as a very privileged 14 year old.
She's like a junkie in Needle Park or something. I shouldn't pick on that actress either, because all of them are way too old, and none of them are charming. I think it would have been a lot better if the director had figured out how to stage things so that he could have used real teenagers, rather than 40 year olds.
But the script is really good. Don't see it for the movie. See it for the screenplay. Visit Prime Video to explore more titles. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew.
Thirteen year old Audrey Shaw is new to Bellweather, California and certain shell never fit in when she meets Krista Rich, the pretty, popular girl she aspires to be "or be with" shes just not sure. Movies I have Watched. Share this Rating Title: Sex and the USA 6. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Credited cast: Audrey Shaw Jaime Perkins Krista Rich Gwen Davis Lisette Gaines Josh Fallon Ryan Tenefold Kyle Buckland Alex Young Jay Costelo Trey Chaudhry Sharon Repass Beth Shaw Alia Rhiana Eckerman Reid Shaw Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Aaron Rich Rahel Andonian Kasey Kelly Lilan Bowden Edit Storyline Thirteen year old Audrey Shaw is new to Bellweather, California and certain she'll never fit in when she meets Krista Rich, the pretty, popular girl she aspires to be "or be with" - she's just not sure.
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However, this has been changing, especially over the past ten years, with scandals rocking the Catholic Church and with the growth of a stronger secular public discourse, which has historically been stronger in Argentina, weaker in Chile.
Are there differences in the role of local clerical representatives and Rome? In the early s, one could clearly see the effects of the shift in the papacy since John Paul II, and his very conservative stance and focus on issues of sexual and family morality.
While the priesthood has overall been anti-abortion, the domestic branches began to focus on these issues while neglecting others, and to lobby and seek to politically influence the discourse and policies on issues of sexual and family morality.
I am not sure how much one can yet detect the change in the papacy since Pope Francis. I would not call either an anomaly, although Chile is marked by its particularly conservative laws and public discourse. In my book, which was based on extensive research in both countries, I argued that one of the key factors maintaining such restrictive policies is the high levels of inequality in Chile and Argentina, as well as throughout Latin America.
I compared these countries to Spain, where laws were liberalized following democratization. I argued that there is a strong concentration of both economic and political resources in the Catholic Church and conservative political actors — in Chile for example, Opus Dei and the Legionaries of Christ have been particularly influential.
On the other hand, feminists were much less able to access resources, including funding for campaigns, media or politicians, which made it much harder for them to get their voice heard. So it is more a question of recourses and their distribution in society? I argue that in societies with pronounced class divisions, the health effects of illegal abortion are contained among lower class women.
Women with wider economic resources can opt for the private exit option of a safer illegal abortion. Reduced cross-class solidarity, which characterizes highly unequal societies, renders it less likely that middle class women — and men for that matter — will rally to support an issue they can solve by private exit option.
I contrast this with Spain, where tens of thousands of middle class women — and hundreds of men — openly declared their solidarity and support for the lower class women who suffered and were occasionally brought to trial by declaring they had abortions or aided someone in getting them, so that if these women were to be prosecuted, they would also be. Similar attempts in Chile and Argentina have not gained that kind of momentum to date. In most of South America, however, there has been a slight liberalizing tendency, while in Central America we see some of the most conservative and draconian policies: How do societal views on women, sexual violence and restrictive abortion laws connect to each other in the cases of Argentina and Chile?
I think they are linked, and there is much need for more open discussions about these issues, especially about the prevalence of sexual violence and high abortion rates despite illegality. These discussions are in fact increasingly happening.
Can you make statements about the societal opinion on abortion laws in Chile and Argentina? The public is more liberal than the laws in both countries. Published by Oxford University Press. For Permissions, please e-mail: You do not currently have access to this article.
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