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The girl, whose name has not been released, was arrested last week and charged in juvenile court with possessing criminal tools and the illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material, said Licking County, Ohio, prosecutor Ken Oswalt. Her alleged actions are part of what some in law enforcement say is a growing problem around the country. During a court appearance this week, the teen denied the charges, according to Oswalt. Her lawyer declined to comment. If a picture of you found its way onto the Internet, that's going to haunt you, potentially forever. If convicted, the girl could face a sentence of anywhere from probation to several years in a juvenile detention center. A judge also has the discretion to make the girl register as a sex offender under Ohio law. Oswalt said other teens who received the photographs, which are considered child pornography under state law, may also be charged. Law enforcement agencies and schools across the country say they are struggling to deal with a relatively new phenomenon -- teens who send nude photos to friends and classmates. A year-old in Wisconsin was charged in May with child pornography for allegedly posting naked pictures of his ex-girlfriend on the Internet.
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IF you have a year-old daughter, there's about a one in three chance that she has stripped off, posed for a selfie, and passed it onto someone else. That figure hasn't been plucked out of the air.
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The solution, according to Faye Mishna, dean of the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto, is for the topic of sharing intimate images to be discussed openly. Orach and fellow Grade 10 student Stella Heald said they deal with frequent — sometimes weekly — requests for nude selfies. Both girls said the requests usually come from their peers — specifically, boys who they see everyday in the school halls or on the school bus. A study showed that while 93 per cent of youth think people their age send nude selfies, only 41 per cent have ever actually sent one. Faye Mishna, dean of the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto, says people are quick to blame girls, but boys who request nude selfies need to be part of the conversation. Mishna said her research shows that when nude photos are exchanged, both boys and girls tend to blame the girls. Changing attitudes around who is responsible is the first step toward addressing the problem, Mishna said. CBC Kids News also reached out to four boys to be part of the conversation, but they decided not to participate. Two year-olds from N. Damage to their reputation.
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These pictures can be taken on an electronic device for example, a phone or tablet and shared over the internet. Although teenagers tell us that sharing sexual pictures and videos is not unusual, research shows it is not something that most young people do. In fact, the older a person is the more likely they are to have taken and shared a nude selfie, so adults are much more prolific sharers than young people. Findings also indicated that gender identity impacted the way young people engage with image sharing — with non-binary young people reporting significantly higher rates of both sending and receiving nudes; girls feeling more pressured than boys to send nude images; and boys more likely to share on nude images of others. It is illegal to take, possess or share naked images of anyone under 18 and it is important that your child is aware of this. However, the police recognise that young people may create and share nude selfies because of natural curiosity about sex and exploration in a healthy relationship. The law was created to protect young people, not punish them. Remember: A child will never be in trouble with the police if they have shared a nude image of themselves with an adult. This is child sexual abuse and should be reported to CEOP , who will ensure that the child is protected. Sharing images, clothed or nude, is often just another way that young people are communicating and navigating the world.

The solution, according to Faye Mishna, dean of the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto, is for the topic of sharing intimate images to be discussed openly.

Orach and fellow Grade 10 student Stella Heald said they deal with frequent — sometimes weekly — requests for nude selfies. Both girls said the requests usually come from their peers — specifically, boys who they see everyday in the school halls or on the school bus. A study showed that while 93 per cent of youth think people their age send nude selfies, only 41 per cent have ever actually sent one.

Faye Mishna, dean of the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto, says people are quick to blame girls, but boys who request nude selfies need to be part of the conversation. Mishna said her research shows that when nude photos are exchanged, both boys and girls tend to blame the girls.

Changing attitudes around who is responsible is the first step toward addressing the problem, Mishna said. CBC Kids News also reached out to four boys to be part of the conversation, but they decided not to participate. Two year-olds from N. Damage to their reputation. Depression and anxiety. The requests are often made through social media apps like Snapchat and Instagram. But how often do girls respond to requests?

What does it feel like to get asked for a nude selfie? Heald said she would never consider asking somebody to send one. Still, lots of kids will tell you it can be hard to say no. It comes down to finding the strength to resist peer pressure, Mishna said. Kids Help Phone is also an option. What role do schools play in all this? Neither Orach nor Heald said they felt they could talk about the issue at school. But Mishna said schools need to do more to make intimate images part of the conversation.

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