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She added: "I believe we can help prevent and tackle this by raising awareness and being taught the dangers of sexting in school.
While there is no set definition of sexting, it's generally accepted as the sending or receiving of sexually explicit messages or photos through technology.
Both internalizing and externalizing negative behaviors have been associated with the practice of sexting, including higher rates of substance use and impulsivity (Temple et al.
The NSPCC has urged parents to "take the first step" by talking to their child about sexting and the dangers it could bring upon them.
In Illinois, sexting is a crime, and if teens forward sexting pictures, they could be charged with child pornography and distributing child pornography.
The content of sexting has been one of the most widely debated issues in research on this phenomenon (Drouin, Vogel, Surbey, & Stills, 2013).
The claims Megan slept with Chloe's ex Jake Hall come after she told of her "hurt" at co-star boyfriend Pete Wicks sexting his ex while they were on holiday.
Research shows that sexting is considered by both youth and adults to be the new "normal," but there are considerable risks involved.
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And while two out of five parents fear their children will be involved in sexting, most haven't spoken about the risks.
PARENTS were yesterday urged to talk to their children about the dangers of sexting.
SEXTING by sharing naked images has become parents' top online safety fear.
In 2011, Anthony Weiner was one of the rising stars of the Democrats when he was very publicly brought down when it was revealed he'd been sexting a woman who wasn't his wife.