In April, residents of Louisa County, Va. When Hanna Rosin asked teens from Louisa County High School how many people they knew who had sexted, a lot of them replied: "Everyone. In her report on the Louisa County scandal for The Atlantic, Rosin set out to address the question, why are so many teenagers sending each other nude photos?
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It's an improvement Teens who forward or post online racy pictures of their underage classmates would get juvenile court supervision that could result in mandatory counseling or community service, under legislation sent to Gov. Pat Quinn on Tuesday. The measure aims to educate teens about the dangers of "sexting" while modernizing state statutes for the Internet age.
Wondering what's going on in your state? See how your state stacks up on sexuality issues for teens. And don't forget to find out how to make a difference on these issues. Sex ed Rights Illinois requires schools to teach health education but does not specifically state that sex ed is to be taught. Schools are to teach both abstinence and contraception in sex ed classes.
Already a subscriber? Log in or Activate your account. Timothy C. Going, 43, formerly of Fairfield, Ill. A partial view of someone placing the camera May 2 was matched to Going. There also were images of girls before and after showers in various hotel rooms, prosecutors said.