Meet year-old Reese Hebart, a girl who just shut down a sleazy guy who asked her for a nude shot in the most perfect way ever. This girl is so cool, love her sense of humor. Firstly I am so grateful I grew up in such a green and protected environment, kids these days have a lot to contend with like being texted by an unknown hormone from school slyly asking for this girl to send him a nude picture while she is having a shower. You can just imagine his excitement at the prospect and when she sends a picture back with herself wearing a ridiculous umbrella hat on in the shower he must have been left feeling deflated. See: UFO evidence removed from Twitter. Sending nude pictures seems to be a thing. Just the other day a friend was showing me a picture on her phone and I scrolled through the images when she jumped up and while grinning, said I should be careful there was some saucy pics on the phone. Call me a prude and maybe having three kids under the age of two at one stage, has knocked the bra shots out of me but my husband Mike and I are so not the raunchy picture senders.
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Sexting or "sex texting" is sending or getting sexually explicit or suggestive images, messages, or video on a smartphone or through the Internet. Most teens have various ways to get online, Smartphones, tablets, and laptops all can be used in private. It's very easy for teens to create and share personal photos and videos of themselves without their parents knowing about it. Girls may sext as a joke, as a way of getting attention, or because of peer pressure or pressure from guys. Guys sometimes blame "pressure from friends. And teens get some backup for that when lewd celebrity pictures and videos go mainstream. Instead of ruined careers or humiliation, the consequences are often greater fame and reality TV shows. Teens should understand that messages, pictures, or videos sent via the Internet or smartphones are never truly private or anonymous.
A boy who sent a naked photograph of himself to a girl at school has had the crime of making and distributing indecent images recorded against him by police, the BBC has learnt. The boy, aged 14, who was not arrested or charged, could have his name stored on a police database for 10 years. Police said three children were named in a crime report, but it was not in the public interest to prosecute. The Criminal Bar Association said the case highlighted the dangers of needlessly criminalising children. The schoolboy, who lives in the north of England, told BBC Radio 4's Today Programme he took the naked photo of himself in his own bedroom. He then sent it to a girl from his school using Snapchat - an app which deletes direct messages within 10 seconds. However, before the image disappeared, the girl saved it on her own phone and it was then sent to other pupils at the school.
North Carolina high schooler and his girlfriend face legal proceedings over selfies as both the adult perpetrators and minor victims. A teenage boy in North Carolina has been prosecuted for having nude pictures of himself on his own mobile phone. The young man, who is now 17 but was 16 at the time the photos were discovered, had to strike a plea deal to avoid potentially going to jail and being registered as a sex offender. Experts condemned the case as ludicrous.