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By Lisa RapaportReuters Health. Reuters Health - At least one in four teens are receiving sexually explicit texts and s, and at least one in seven are sending sexts, a new study suggests.
More than one in 10 teens are forwarding these sexts without consent, the study found. And roughly one in 12 teens have had sexts they sent shared without their permission.
Researchers examined data on sexting habits from 39 ly published studies with a total ofteens. Participants were 15 years old on average, although they ranged in age from about 12 to Rather than forbid sexting outright, parents should be teaching children to consider the consequences of doing it and help kids understand how to resist pressure to do anything that makes them feel uncomfortable, Englander said by .
Another drawback is that many of the smaller studies in the analysis used different definitions of sexting that made it difficult to determine how often teens are sharing explicit words, videos or photos. Still, the emphasize the importance of frank discussions about safe sexting, Jones said.Sexting an more
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