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Young people should not be categorised as “producers” and “distributors” of their own pornography.Instead, young people should be free to express their sexual selves as they desire.A stark illustration of how cruel the criminal law has become in this regard is illustrated by the example of 12 year old girl in the south of England who was being groomed online by a paedophile. The paedophile cannot be found as he was using an anonymous Instagram account.But the police have told the girl that she may face criminal charges and a criminal record for creating and sharing explicit images of a child despite the fact she has been the victim of grooming.All of these reports of increases in sexual offences among children have been accompanied by a cry for better sex education on both the laws on sexual behaviour, but also on topics like sexting and pornography.On top of this, what is actually needed is a greater understanding of young people’s lives and experiences. So rather than demonising and criminalising children’s behaviour – which forms a natural part of self expression – the law needs to be updated.In this way, the very laws which were intended to protect children from abuse and exploitation are now being used to punish children.
So although 17 year-olds can legally have sex, they cannot legally send a naked image It is clear then that consensual youth sexting should be treated as a separate and distinct behaviour from child pornography.
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The US Supreme Court on Monday took up a case testing whether a police officer who used his department-issued pager to transmit and receive sexually explicit messages had a reasonable expectation of privacy that the messages would not be viewed by police officials.
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