experimental exposure to sexual media content typically produces no main effect on attitudes toward uncommitted sexual exploration, and this null finding has been repeated across media forms, including hip-hop music videos (kistler & lee, 2010), music (sprankle & end, 2009), and television (ward & friedman, 2006 though ward, 2002 finds effects.). sexual content is highly prevalent in traditional media, and portrayals rarely depict the responsibilities and risks (eg, condom use, pregnancy) associated with sexual activity. Exposure to such content is linked with shifts in attitudes about sex and gender, earlier progression to sexual activity, pregnancy, and sexually transmitted infection among adolescents. Exposure to sexual media in television and movies, and music was greater than online and in games. All other things equal, more frequent exposure to sexual media was related to ever having had sex, coercive sex victimization, and attemptedcompleted rape but not risky sexual behavior. Exposure to developmentally inappropriate sexual content may contribute to difficulties forming healthy romantic relationships, increased risk of teen pregnancy, poor body image and contracting a sexually transmitted infection or disease (stistd). the authors concluded that exposure to sexual content for young people through social media is inevitable because of the high levels of engagement that young people will continue to have with varying forms of social media. Further, it is unlikely that exposure to sexual content will lead to lower engagement on social media sites for young people. The news media are called on to report on sexual assault in their daily coverage. Media coverage of crimes, including sexual assault, has an impact on the knowledge, beliefs, attitudes and behaviours of the public regarding these phenomena. 1,2,3,4 it is a known fact that beliefs and attitudes supportive of sexual assault play a major role in the existence of this phenomenon and societys. Gadjet exposure such as television media, film, music, internet and games have a big influence on displaying more intense pornography which triggers sexual acts to sexual abuse 17. results indicated that exposure to online sexual material varied as a function of type of content, participant age, and gender. Seeing images or video with nudity was most frequently reported (13. 2 percent in study 2), whereas exposure to images or videos that show sex in a violent way was the least common (2.). this article is based on ybarra ml, straburger vc, mitchell kj. Sexual media exposure, sexual behavior, and sexual violence victimization in adolescence.