Your teenage children will let you know when they need money and if their smart phone is broken. What you may not know: if they are using their smart phones for "sexting," that is, asking for or sending nude photos or other explicit content. Are you sure?
This is becoming common. I imagine the next step will be charging a child with child molestation for masturbating. This is what happens when you let puritans run the legal system.
Telling teens they are stupid is, well, stupid. To be clear. We may not actually verbally tell teens they are stupid but we older folk have no qualms treating them like they are stupid … which … uhm … is actually telling them we think they are stupid.
By Lillian Radulova. Children as young as nine are taking and sharing explicit photographs of themselves according to a leading Australian cyber safety expert. Susan McLean, who works alongside the Victorian police as well as providing training for schools, told Daily Mail Australia that the problem is not only extremely common, but that it is not at all new.
Fusion Mornington Peninsula. I am speaking on behalf of a group of 15 girls aged 14 to 16 from a Secondary School located on the Mornington Peninsula. If you care about your customers, about encouraging teenage girls to be more than sexualised objects, then you will act by changing the name of this product.
After a particularly sweaty trip to a mall in the smog-filled city of Manila, seven-year-old Beatriz decided to uncross her legs in the middle seat of a taxi while sitting next to her grandmother. The policing of my young body continued as I gained a handful of unwanted pounds. Puberty hit me early and fast, like a slew of aggressive Fyre Festival ads, and soon, I was busting out of my Catholic schoolgirl uniform and into… a larger, unflattering size of below-the-knee, buttoned-all-the-way-up tan and green Catholic schoolgirl uniform.
Updated August 27, Advising female school students not to take nude photos misses the point. When society shames young women for being sexual, we can't be surprised when young men treat them with contempt.
The nude selfie and the need to protect our children. An open letter to parents from Sheriff Jim Mcdonnell. What may have started as a copycat of an online trend is now manifesting itself as a nexus between our teens and the predators who seek to exploit them for profit. These photos are forever circulating in cyberspace.
A year-old Virginia girl is facing child pornography charges, after police say she posted photos of herself naked on Twitter. Authorities received an anonymous tip describing the photos, which were posted to Twitter around Jan. The girl, a student in James City County, admitted to posting "multiple" lewd photos of herself to the social networking website last week, according to police.