Photos of the crime and naked pictures of the incapacitated girl were posted on the popular social media site Snapchat , Clyde Hill police detectives say. Police were called to the home of a year-old girl on April 3. The girl's father told police his daughter had been raped at an April 1 house party on Yarrow Point. Police reported breaking up a house party of "approximately to " juveniles that night, with a "majority" of the crowd being intoxicated. She told police she drank whiskey and vodka heavily. She also told investigators she learned she was the only 8th grader at the party, and that others called her "the Legend" because she was the youngest person at a high school party. The victim told investigators she became heavily intoxicated and remembered dancing and falling asleep in a bedroom. An acquaintance she was with at the party also informed her she was found passed out in the garage. A day later, the teen who threw the house party contacted the victim and informed her she had been raped by two year-old boys at the party. The teen who threw the party told the victim pictures of the assault existed and were being exchanged by a few people on social media.
Both Peggy Orenstein and Cara Natterson have children who — deliberately, I assume — are mentioned only occasionally in their excellent books about raising better boys. Instead, Orenstein relies on the revealing and sometimes painfully intimate interviews she conducted over the course of two years with boys aged 16 to 22, and Natterson draws from years of practical experience as a pediatrician, and her ability to boil down complicated scientific studies to their tablespoon of curative parental medicine. But the personal stakes for both authors are clear, and urgent. These writers are worried. Our boys get awkward and quiet; we parents get awkwarder and quieter. To her credit, Orenstein acknowledges her biases. Orenstein takes the same eagle-eyed approach to jock culture, rape culture, L. Oh my God, the porn.
The men, who were about six years older than me, were in a pop band, playing village halls and occasional support slots to bigger bands. They talked about a world I knew nothing of, a glamorous world of recording studios and record contracts. Their faces pouted out of photo- graphs in the local paper. They were local celebrities.
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