Category - Teen
Sexting has some serious consequences not only for the person taking and sending the photos but also for the person on the receiving end. As a result, it is important to talk with your kids about these consequences. Scrolller is an endless random gallery gathered from the most popular subreddits. The states that have adopted sexting laws have specifically targeted images sent between or among teenagers. For example, connecticuts sexting law targets teens (anyone between 13 and 17) who either transmit or possess nude or obscene photos of either themselves or another teenager. Older teens are much more likely to send and receive sexting images 8 of 17-year-olds with cells have sent a sexual photo via text. 30 of 17 year-olds have received a sexual image on their phone. sexting with a minor is similar to having sex with a minor. If there is a pattern of being a predator, parents can, and should, get the authorities involved. However, an occasional sext between two similar-aged teens can be innocent if neither is being used or exploited. Its important to always stay alert and aware of what teens are texting about. sexting typically refers to the sharing of nude or semi-nude and sexually provocative photos or sexually explicit texts via mobile phones, but it can happen on other devices and the web too. One in seven teens report that they are sending sexts, and one in four are receiving sexts, according to a study that appeared in jama pediatrics. researchers at northwestern university analyzed nearly 500 stories on an anti-cyberbullying and sexting campaigns website and found that more than two-thirds of girls ages 12 through 18 say they. sexting is taking naked or partly naked photos or videos of yourself (posing in a sexual way) and sharing these using the internet or your phone and receiving, forwarding or posting these photos or videos online or through mobile phones. Is sexting a crime? Sexting may be a crime when it involves people under 18. produced by t2t video for realize your potential a subcommittee of the alamance county juvenile crime prevention council.