When it comes to boys sexting girls, 77% have said that they sext nude photos and sexually explicit photos to girls in order to get them in the mood for sex.

When it comes to girls sexting boys, 40% have said that they did it as a joke, 34% have said that they did it to feel sexy, and 12% have said that they feel pressured to do it. When teenagers do something wrong, it is typically because they do not understand the consequences and ramifications of their actions. When a teen boy or girl sends a nude or semi nude photo and sexually explicit messages, they believe that these messages will be for the receiver’s eyes only. Often times, when teen relationships fall apart, one or both teens will try to hurt their ex.

They sext these photos to people they have met on the internet, but never in person.

The problem with teen sexting, is that they do not know where these sexting texts will eventually end up.

Sexting partially nude, or fully nude photos are more common among girls.

Statistics show that 24% of high school aged students (between the ages of 14 and 17), and 33% of college students (between the ages of 18 to 24), have at one time or another, sent a nude or semi nude photo to another person.

Who Are The Teens Sexting It is most common for teens to sext their significant other. About 15% of teens who have sexted nude or semi nude photos of themselves, send them to people that they have never met.

Even if the messages or images are sent to someone over the age of 18, it is still a crime. If convicted, the teen will be required to register as a sex offender for years, and possibly for life.

There are several rules that registered sex offenders must follow: Other than being required to register as a sex offender, teens under 18 who are caught sexting can be placed in a juvenile detention facility for a time determined by a judge.

There are various articles online related to the consequences of sexting.

There are many articles published by teens who were victims of sexting that has gone public.

This can make going to college, getting a good job, and even having meaningful relationships difficult.