Sexting Informative Essay

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Sexting In 2015, Raychelle Cassada Lohmann is a school counselor and coauthor of “The Bullying Workbook for Teens and described to us what is sexting. Lohmann says that sexting is sending, receiving and forwarding sexual pictures through text message or email. Lohmann says that the word “Sext” had been around since 2005. In her article, it says that before internet was established there were historical drawings sexually. Resent researchers have done studies and tested 606 students from ages 14-18 and 20% has said they have sent a nude of themselves. Some of the students have said they haven’t thought of the illegal consequences of sending the picture. And some of us may ask why the teens are doing this. Some say that it’s all out of love to their boyfriend or girlfriend, some say it’s under peer pressure and others are doing it as well and while other say that they weren’t thinking before they did it.
Katie Abbondanza, who is a senior in high school, wrote the article about “Sexting Among Teens Can Be Harmful” in a paper called Girls’ Life. She states that sexting is becoming more common in the world now and in retaliation, peer pressure is involved. …show more content…

When kids in high send nude pictures, they often think nothing of it, but what they don’t know is that there are many consequences. She says that some states are becoming stricter on the law of child pornography. Many parents all over the world are more worried and concerned that the pictures are being viral and being seen almost everywhere by everyone. Not only are they worried about that; their biggest concern is the fact that bullying will take place and might led up to suicide. Sammy, a 16 year old boy from the San Francisco Bay area, says that sharing pictures in your cell phones and sexting online in video chats are more commonly being done and is normal in the younger

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