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Mar
11

Sexting: Case of 14-Year-Old Girl Provides Cautionary Tale to Share With Teens

In a word: “sexting.”

It’s a hard problem to tackle. As The Times points out, kids have pitifully easy access to all sorts of technology and are growing up in the wake of the sexual revolution where you can’t pass a magazine stand without seeing all-but-naked women displayed as pieces of meat for hungry wolves.

Besides, until things go horribly wrong, teens think sexting is cool.

“Having a naked picture of your significant other on your cellphone is an advertisement that you’re sexually active to a degree that gives you status,” Rick Peters, a senior deputy prosecuting attorney for Thurston County in Washington state, tells the newspaper. “It’s an electronic hickey.”

Naturally, things have an uncanny knack for going horribly wrong.

Full Article Here

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