Sexting websites online
Picture This a practical drama-based educational resource that addresses and questions the sensitive issue of sexting - the sending of sexually explicit messages or photos electronically - to fully support teachers in starting this important dialogue with pupils and to help young people think about, role play and understand the consequences of creating and sending indecent images.
If you’re still unsure about what to do and need to talk to someone about it, give us a call, start a Web Chat or send us an email and we’ll help you figure it out.It’s also against the law to send a nude or video of someone who was under 18 at the time, but is an adult now.Sharing other people’s nudes Sharing someone else’s nudes or sexual videos without their consent is against the law, even when they’re over 18.It can also be against the law to threaten to share someone’s nudes or videos.Snaps automatically disappear once the person you sent them to has seen them. That means that they'll have a copy of the photo even after Snapchat deletes it.
Obviously, it’s important to explain to younger children that if taking, sending and receiving sexual or naked pictures is strictly for grown-ups, and if they receive or are encouraged to send them, it could lead to harmful situations such as stalking, abuse or blackmail.