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  • YASSSSS It Should

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  • YASSSSS It Should

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  • YASSSSS It Should

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  • Punishment for sexting is wrong!

    To punish a teen for sexting is wrong. Teens are going to explore sexual activities and sexting is just a way of doing that. Sexting is apart of the sexual experiences and teens are going to learn about it sooner or later, so what if it's sooner. If teens decide they want to be mature enough to send explicit pictures or videos to his or her partner let them. There are some dangers that go along with this but it's better to teach them about the dangers to protect them from it rather than locking them away for it, that's not teaching them anything. If a person wants to sext it is their own right that's part of freedom of expression.

  • You are responsible for your own actions

    Teens are basically adults. After puberty ends (13-15) your development usually slows down as you are ready for mating (one of the purposes of puberty). Sexting is a matter of mating. Yes the pictures could get out and that is why parents need to warn their children of the risks. But it is their body and it isnt the governments job to do the parenting for people. Let teens be responsible.

    Ask yourself: "What is the difference between a 17 year old sexting and a 18 year old sexting?"
    Then realize that there is actually a law that penalizes the 17 year old and not the 18 year old.

    Idiotic right.


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