By Emily Allen. A schoolboy rapist posed as a girl on Facebook to persuade teenage boys to send him explicit photographs of themselves. The youth, of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, set up a fictional account on the social networking site and convinced his 'friends' he was a flirty year-old female. But the profile was part of a plot to get hold of naked pictures of teenage boys.
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These days, young people use technology instead. Chicago-based market research firm Teenage Research Unlimited surveyed 1, teens and young adults online Sept. Though photos are often intended for a boyfriend or girlfriend, they are increasingly shared, especially after a breakup. High school senior Mayron Gezaw, 17, of Fairfax, Va. Still, news reports increasingly document school-related or legal repercussions after indecent photos pop up online. And lawyers say there are many unanswered questions about whether young people who send their own photos could face prosecution for obscenity or child pornography. Matthew Younger, 17, of Takoma Park, Md. It's incredibly widespread. Shows Good Morning America. World News Tonight.
Teens, young adults report sending nude images to be "fun or flirtatious."
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By Kayla Brantley For Dailymail. While peer pressure is a normal part of the teenage experience, a new study revealed just how hard it is for girls to say 'no' when pushed by a boy to send nude pictures. Researchers from Northwestern University analyzed nearly accounts from teenage girls who described being pressured from boys and found that two-thirds were asked to send explicit photos in exchange for affection. However, the findings show that the promise of affection turned to threats and harassment from boys if they did not comply, leading to 20 percent of the girls aged 12 to 18 giving in and sending nude photos. None of the young women reported feeling 'relief' or 'benefit' from sending the photos and instead their compliance brought on negative self-esteem and fear of the photos being distributed.