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As a former teacher, I wanted to get to grips with what life is like for a 21st-century teenager in the UK, so I spent two years talking to hundred of teens from every possible background, ethnicity, class and culture, from all over the country, about a huge number of issues.

Annabelle has set up an online dating profile casting herself as a 21-year-old model.

Now, several men in their 30s and 40s are pursuing ‘hook-ups’ with her; modern shorthand for casual sex.

For teenagers, it is a window into the world, an identity, a friend, a parent, a guide, a bounty of information, an endless supply of entertainment, a friendship maker or breaker, a source of heartache and a million other things.

It is something they obey and seriously believe they cannot live without.

Teenagers rarely measure self-esteem or self-worth against personal and scholastic achievements, however brilliant they are, but increasingly by how many people tell them they are ‘hot’ on the photo-sharing website Instagram or other forms of social media.

One 15-year-old boy revealed that he likes nothing better ‘when he is bored’ than setting up fake social media profiles and aggressively trolling celebrities and footballers via the internet (picture posed by model)‘To get Instagram famous, you have to be amazing-looking and have the clothes and the body, and do amazing things.’ Sure enough, there is a site called the ‘Rich Kids of Instagram’, featuring spoilt youngsters who spend their time posting pictures of themselves surrounded by piles of cash, or lounging on yachts and private jets.

She gets on with her parents and younger brother, walks her dog every night and her teachers praise her.