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Sexual lyrics in pop songs tend to influence sexual activity of teen kids.

In a study, the researchers analyzed the lyrics from the top 100 songs in the Billboard Hot 100 year-end most popular songs every decade from 1959 to 2009.  They found  that male and non-White artists were more likely to write songs with sexual lyrics  in the past two decades  and that there were more sexual references overall in 2009 than in 1959. According toResearchers Cougar Hall, Joshua H. West, and Shane Hill from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, The amount of music that 8- to 18-year-olds listen to has increased by 45 percent in recent years, rising dramatically with the popularity of MP3 players, such as iPods. Previous research has indicated that there is a strong link between exposure to sexual media (on screen and in music) and sexual activity

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