I was texting this girl and we were flirting and she asked me for nudes and I said I wasn’t very comfortable with that so I asked her for nudes but she said she didn’t want to send me any if I wasn’t going to send any we are both minors though but no nudes were sent would either of us get into trouble with the law for just asking but not receiving or sending any naked photos
Adults are free to cyber-sex, but minors are not. Even having a picture of one's self if you are a minor is considered having child pornography. If the pictures have been sent to someone there is the added charge of distributing child pornography. The authorities take these actions very seriously and will charge offenders when found.
Finally, nothing good ever comes from sexting. Even adults will find that when one party gets mad at the other their pictures are spread all over the Internet and then they will spend a lot of time and effort, and even money to get these nasty pictures removed.
DO NOT ENGAGE IN CYBER SEX - NOTHING GOOD EVER COMES FROM THIS ACTIVITY.
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I agree with attorney Jaffe, 100%. DO NOT ENGAGE IN CYBER SEX - NOTHING GOOD EVER COMES FROM THIS ACTIVITY.
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