Welcome to Down to Find Out, a column in which Nona Willis Aronowitz addresses your biggest questions about sex, dating, relationships, and all the gray areas in between. In our first installment, she answers a Teen Vogue editor's question about digital consent. Have a question for Nona?
Ministers are tabling a change to proposed law, which would make sending a sexual image without permission a criminal offence. Liberal Democrats have tabled the proposed law in an attempt to outlaw "revenge porn", where a former partner shares sexual pictures to the internet without permission. But the wording of the law would also cover anyone who sends naked pictures over social networks such as Snapchat and WhatsApp without permission of the person involved.
Sue was probably asleep, so you can quickly wipe the message and no one will be any the wiser. Phew, no harm done. In fact, it left the picture intact in the folder.
When you send a nude photo of yourself to someone, what happens to it and where it goes next is often out of your control For information about sexting laws, check out Youth Law Australia. Talk to Kids Helpline and they'll help you figure out what to do. You're not alone when it comes to dealing with sexting!
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On Thursday afternoon, Representative Katie Hill delivered her final speech on the floor of the House. But hours before her powerful remarks, the leader of her party adopted a more patronizing tone. One is a scandal and the other is a crime.
North East women who say they have been sent rude pictures from men are calling for a change in the law. If you send such a picture, you could face prosecution for harassment of sending malicious communications. They could also be arrested and charged under the Harassment Act if the images were deemed to be part of a course of harassment.
Raymond Arthur does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Young people have always explored their sexuality and shared these experiences with others. A lot of these young people will then go on to share these images with someone they know. These figures, suggest that sharing self-generated sexual images has become just another way for young people to express their sexual selves.
The job was advertised for a fashion female model aged 16 to 35 and claimed to be from online fashion shop Boohoo. A woman was asked to send revealing pictures of herself after applying for a modelling job which claimed to be from online clothing retailer Boohoo. Livvi Robson decided to apply for the modelling job after she came across it on major employment website Indeed.