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Teens Still Sending Naked Selfies
LA County Sheriff Pens Letter Warning Parents About Teens Taking ‘Nude Selfies’ – NBC Los Angeles
Young Australians are peppered with advice and threats over the dangers of sending explicit images of themselves. But experts say both the law and the curriculum is lagging behind experience, and too often girls take the blame and face the shame. When Erin was 17, she went along to a seminar with her year 11 class where she was told not to photograph herself naked — and definitely not to send such a picture to someone else. An older woman who had experienced first-hand how badly it could go wrong warned that repercussions could come at once, if the image was shared without her consent, or in the future, if it came to the attention of potential employers. This was coming from a fairly liberal and progressive school. Then in person, that makes sex better.
LA County Sheriff Pens Letter Warning Parents About Teens Taking ‘Nude Selfies'
Decrying a wave of nude selfies being uploaded by kids across America, the Los Angeles County sheriff on Sunday sent an open letter warning of the huge risk of kids snapping obscene pictures of their nude bodies. The sheriff warned parents to understand the legal jeopardy for teens sending nude photos over the internet or cellular devices. The department's Human Trafficking Bureau has investigated episodes of nude pictures of children on the web, with 81 of those cases in the past 73 days, he said. Or, he continued, they were duped into taking the nude selfies by someone posing as a friend or teenage acquaintance. And he said the consequences for the children can be catastrophic as the nude images are reposted on file sharing sites, "exponentially exposing these inappropriate and illegal images of a young girl or boy.
Don Strassberg, professor of psychology at the University of Utah and lead author. Newswise — A new study from the University of Utah confirms that substantial numbers of teens are sexting — sending and receiving explicit sexual images via cellphone. Though the behavior is widely studied, the potentially serious consequences of the practice led the researchers to more accurately measure how frequently teens are choosing to put themselves at risk in this fashion. The study surveyed 1, undergraduate students about their experiences sexting in high school. Nearly 20 percent reported they had sent a nude photo of themselves to another via cellphone and 38 percent had received such a picture.