has sent sexually suggestive, nude or semi-nude "sext" messages by phone or otherwise.This article discusses the high-stakes legal issues raised by sexting and their implications for counsel to teens, parents, and schools.
Although just over two-thirds of those teens meant those images for their boyfriend or girlfriend, 25 percent of teen girls and 33 percent of teen boys admit they have had sext messages meant for someone else shared with them. Those wrongly 'timed' conversations Girl: Can't come out today. Boy: I'm only coming if you're taking me to the lingerie store with you as well. Because, however, the pictures involved in sexting are digital, it is easy for recipients to distribute them in ways that the original sender never intended or imagined.Far too common is the case where jilted former lovers have sent nude pictures of their exes after a bad break-up to classmates, friends, coworkers, and relatives.