Emails of naked teen
But even if she can't make the trip, Rachel at least didn't suffer the consequences of her bad weekend in history class.If you’re brave enough to ask someone for nudes, better be prepared for what’s coming.Rachel Harriman's boyfriend unexpectedly broke up with her over the weekend, she told Buzz Feed, and that made it pretty much impossible to get her homework done on time.So that's exactly what she told her teacher when she finally handed in the assignment."I am so sorry for how late I am submitting this synopsis," she wrote.But this is especially true if there's nudity, sex, or sexually suggestive content involved.
An investigation by Reuters in partnership with NBC News has uncovered a vast network of adoptive parents who transfer unwanted children – often foreign adoptees – to virtual strangers they meet online in a range of chat rooms.
Those pictures and messages will still exist and can be forwarded to others.
In fact, 40 percent of teenagers and young adults have had a sexually explicit message or photo shown or forwarded to them.
These days, almost every teen has many ways to get online: via smartphones, tablets, and laptops, all of which can be used in private.
It's very easy for teens to create and share personal photos and videos of themselves without their parents knowing about it. By sharing something with a friend, your teen could have a memory to enjoy forever.It could be seen by lots of people, and it could be impossible to erase from the Internet, even after your teen thinks it has been deleted.