Over the last 12 months we TeenBoundaries has been in The London Evening Std, a three page magazine article in The Mail on Sunday’s You Magazine, a full page article in The Sunday Times News Review Section, a pending feature item with BBC Radio One’s Sunday Surgery, numerous examples of regional coverage including the Nottingham Evening Post, BBC and commercial radio interviews including BBC Manchester. .
Last year we were also in of Women’s Weeklies including Pick Me Up. This year we will have coverage of Teenboundaries/Family Lives in Take a Break – the UK’s biggest weekly – Issue 34 – out on Aug 16.
There has also been other ‘sex & relationships’ coverage of Family Lives/TeenBoundaries in the mail including:
‘Would you let your teenagers’ boyfriend sleep over’ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2091807/Would-YOU-let-teenage-daughter-sleep-boyfriend-home.html
A more recent example of Family Lives/Teenboundaries presence in the media was the quote in The Mail on Sunday last weekend re five Derbyshire men who ‘preyed on vulnerable teenage girls for sex’ http://tinyurl.com/76g2wld
Also prior to that there were two references to TeenBoundaries/Family Lives in the Daily Telegraph last week but one. The first related to it related to Internet Pornography Safety Plans. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/digital-media/9363026/Internet-pornography-safety-plans-do-not-go-far-enough-charities.html
The prior Teenboundaries /Family Lives article in the Telegraph related to Family Lives’ Hypermasculinity report launch http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/9357111/Hidden-tide-of-child-on-child-sex-attacks.html#
Prior to TeenBoundaries merging with FamilyLives founder Leonie Hodge also spoke on BBC1 Breakfast show on Sexting, Radio 5 Live Breakfast Show and BBC London as well as BBC3 Counties Radio.