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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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Prevalence rates have been shown to vary substantially across different r studies depending upon the content of the sext message (e.
Further, sexters were significantly more likely than non-sexters to state that people who exchange sext messages are expected to engage in sexual activity with the sext recipient.
We also investigated privacy expectations when the person sharing the sext is not one of the people involved in the relationship but rather a third party.
72) The unintended viewers may also aggravate this harm by directly abusing the producer of the sext.
Additionally, the NCMEC states that once a sext is sent, the sender has no control over where the sext ends up next.
24) After the sexts had been circulated, Jessica began skipping school.
20) If the youth is 17 or older and uses the Internet to solicit the sext message from a minor, he or she may also be charged with "indecent solicitation of a child," a Class 4 felony.
If her boyfriend requested she send the sext message, he is subject to at least two felonies: soliciting and voluntarily possessing the sext message.
The person who originally sent the sext may be ridiculed, humiliated, bullied or cyber bullied by their peers.
Even if these torts are not often used, it is helpful to think about what precisely they consider to be wrongful about circulating a sexual image to inflict emotional or psychological harm on someone: one path is to consider deliberate infliction of emotional harm via a sexual image to be an affront to human dignity because it treats the subject of the sext as a means to someone else's ends (Nussbaum, 2007); another is to see using a sexual image of another person in this way as an affront to human dignity because it fails to accord the subject of the photograph the minimum level of respect due to all human beings (R6aume, 2002).
I also examined the sext messages provided by participants to examine how sexting was actively taking place.
7%) in both the protocol-reflective (meaning how they talked about sexting in interviews or during surveys) and active (based on the sext messages shared) cases.
No matter when the sext was sent, employers don't look highly upon sexting and it can definitely ruin any chances of employment or lead to job loss," Brett said.
And if you're in a committed relationship, the sexts are even more likely to be fabricated than if you're just having casual sex with your partner, CBS News reported.
The 22-year-old woman who sent the sexts to The Dirty claimed that Weiner promised her favors, including hooking her up with a Chicago apartment, and sought out sex.