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It might be more common than you think Girls were more likely to text suggestive photos of themselves than boys, the study found. Today Jan.
Pawlowski Just as parents of haangout school students are becoming more aware of the dangers of sextingnew research suggests families of much younger kids should have it on their radar as well. Girls were more likely to text suggestive photos of themselves than boys, the study found.
Today Almost a quarter of troubled seventh-graders send sexually suggestive texts or photos, with those sending explicit pictures especially likely to engage in sexual behavior, according to a study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics. Of the children who took part, 22 percent reported having sexted in the past six months, with 17 percent sending suggestive texts only, and 5 percent sending both texts and photos.
Sending photos, rather than just texts, aled an even greater likelihood of early sexual activity, the study found.
Parenting expert Amy McCready hears lots of concern about sexting from parents of older teens, but believes they need to also pay attention to younger children. Clearly this topic of sexting has to be part of this conversation now.
Children should get their own cell phone only when they need it, not when they want it, McCready said.