Allison Stokke was an online sensation, but it turned her life upside down

[post_page_title]Finding a positive[/post_page_title]
Despite the uncomfortable and scary situation Allison had to deal with, she tried to find small positives within the sea of negatives. As her photographs continued to go viral, CBS decided to use her situation as a warning to young women and sportswomen across the world.

Finding a positive

In their educational news segment, they made people aware how easy it was to make these vulnerable young women public figures, without their consent. They wanted to highlight the negative effects and the dangers associated with social media and the internet.

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