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sext

1. noun A sexually-explicit text message, often including a photo. I was mortified when my mom saw the sext my boyfriend had sent me.
2. verb To send someone such a message. I was mortified when my mom caught me sexting my boyfriend.
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5% to 28% of middle school and high school students report that they have sent a sext (Table 1 (1-9)).
It was also found that students who identified as LGBTQ were 9 times more likely to have sent a sext.
Twenty-eight percent of the sample reported having sent a naked picture of themselves through text or e-mail (sext), and 31% reported having asked someone for a sext.
Overall, 28% of the teens reported sending a naked picture of themselves via text or e-mail (a "sext"), and 31% reported asking someone to send them a sext.
Overall, 28% of the teens reported sending photos of themselves naked via text or e-mail (a "sext"), and 31% reported asking others to send a sexc About 28% of both genders reported sending a sext, but significantly more girls than boys reported having been asked for a sext (69% vs.
The new law will grant exemption from punishment for those who receive a sext and either report or destroy it within 48 hours.
But when a teenager (meaning a minor between 13 and 17) creates, sends, or receives a sext message in Illinois, he or she may have committed the criminal offense of child pornography.
Recent research estimates that over 20 percent of teens have sent a sexually explicit image of themselves to another person and about 60 percent have received a sext from someone else.
6 per cent admitted to sending atleast one sext and almost four times the number of students having sent a sext have received a text.
The study has revealed that 55 percent of the respondents have received a suggestive image, while 31 percent have sent one and 9 percent have forwarded a sext.
Melbourne, July 14 ( ANI ): Forty percent of young people from Victoria have sent or received a sext in the past 1 year, according to a research.
They reported that 20 percent of students reported sending a nude or semi-nude picture or video or a sexual text message-any one of these considered a "sext"-and more than 30 percent reported receiving a sext.
There are cases all over the world where a sext message from years ago has resurfaced because it was passed around by an old boyfriend or it was saved by one of his friends who has suddenly decide to release it.