If you’re concerned about a nude or ‘sexy’ picture of yourself that might be on someone’s phone, computer or online, or if you’re worried that you have a picture like that on your phone, computer or online, you can send a Lawmail to get free confidential legal advice from or call the Youth Hotline on 1800 10 18 10.
Sexting can be a crime, depending on the age of the people sexting and whether the pictures would be considered ‘offensive’ or ‘indecent’ by a court.
Most men would be horrified at the thought of a woman giggling while she touched his penis - but one man was happy to volunteer for the job in a new video, and actually smiled right along with the three ladies who couldn't keep their laughter under control as they fondled him.'I think it's gonna feel like when you go to the vet and your cat had to get an injection so they'll shave the fur off the cat and then it's like loose skin.
Child abuse material can include films, photos, digital images and videos sent by SMS, email, in chat rooms or published on blogs.Remember – it’s never too late to get help if you’ve shared something you regret. This means that whatever you say stays between you and Child Line.You can report photos and videos to the websites they are on or seek help from an adult you trust. They would only need to tell someone else if: Call them on 0800 1111. You can also visit to speak to a counsellor online.It’s not even in the heat of sexting, it’s almost a conversation starter for some guys, like a coffee table book; a horrible, flaccid coffee table book.Here’s what NOT to do: If you must send a picture, keep it from the waist up unless specifically asked.