New research about the intense pressure young women face to share nude photos of themselves is raising questions about how we address some of the norms that have taken hold among today’s teenagers.

Researchers at Northwestern University analyzed nearly 500 stories on an anti-cyberbullying and sexting campaign’s website and found that more than two-thirds of girls between ages 12 and 18 said they had been asked for explicit images. Researchers say the girls faced persistent requests, anger and threats from boys to send those pictures.

Psychologist and CBS News contributor Lisa Damour joined “CBS This Morning” to discuss the repercussions girls face when they refuse to send explicit photos and why we need to teach teens to stop asking for nude photos — not to just stop sending them.

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