One summer night in , a pair of year-old northeastern Pennsylvania girls decided to strip down to their skivvies to beat the heat. As Marissa Miller talked on the phone and Grace Kelly flashed a peace sign, a third girl took a candid shot of the teens in their white bras. But the picture somehow wound up on classmates' cell phones, and a prosecutor has threatened to charge Miller and Kelly with child pornography or open lewdness unless they participate in a five-week after-school program followed by probation. It's abuse of his authority. Marissa Miller, Kelly and their parents were joined in the lawsuit by a year-old Tunkhannock girl from the same school who was photographed topless last year in a separate setting. The teen, also facing felony charges unless she takes the class, is called "Nancy Doe" in the lawsuit to protect her privacy. Responding to the lawsuit, Skumanick said that the actions of Miller and the other girls are not the issue being considered.
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Subscriber Account active since. For today's teen, sexting is more common than ever before, but researchers are still unsure how the practice of sending and receiving explicit images affects teens, especially female teens, psychologically. New findings presented Friday at the annual meeting of the The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality , suggest whether, but not how frequently, teen girls sext is what matters for their mental health. In the study, which is ongoing, researchers surveyed female students from 14 high schools in Croatia. The students answered survey questions about the number of times in past six months they sent videos, images, or explicit texts. The students were also asked questions about their levels of anxiety, depression, self-esteem, as well as their experiences with peer pressure and their family environments. The researchers found that high school-aged girls who sexted tended to have higher levels of anxiety and depression than those who didn't sext at all. But among those who did sext, doing so more often wasn't linked to lower levels of psychological well-being. At the same time, teens who sexted frequently were more likely to have negative family environments and more experiences with peer pressure than those who sexted less frequently. Teens who sexted more often were more likely to have negative family environments and more experiences with peer pressure.
Teenagers believe sexting to cause more harm to other people than to themselves, a new survey has revealed. The survey also revealed a strong gender gap with regards to third-person perception of sexting: both males and females believed other females were more harmed by sexting. They participants also consider that sext messages subsequently posted to the Internet on social networking sites and elsewhere are more harmful than those messages that are shared en masse among a group of phone users.