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In a previous article, there was talk about sexting and how abuse can occur. Today we expand the topic. What are the possible consequences of sexting?
What's happening when sexting stop being sexy?
It can be sharing the content of sexting on various chat groups, social networks, or even pornographic sites.
Although it most often occurs after a breakup, "revenge" pornography can also occur in other types of relationships that are not partnerships (for example, from a guy with whom you only corresponded, and you have never been together).
This act of abusing the trust and intimacy of another person is violent behavior that is very common in the modern world and often leaves very negative psychological consequences for the girl who experienced it.
In some situations, there is no sharing of intimate photos/videos, but there is BLACKMAIL - if you do not do what I expect from you (eg you do not agree to have sex with me or my friends) I will send your photos to your parents, friends or publish them online.
What you need to know:
1. Don't do anything you don't want to do, either in a relationship or after a breakup.
2. Don’t let anyone convince you that it’s necessary to send your intimate photos and videos to that person if you like them.
3. If you want to send someone your intimate photos and videos, be careful. Keep in mind that both known and unknown people, and even people who are very much in love with you at the moment, and you with them, can abuse that content later in life.
4. If it happens to you that your private photos or videos have been shared or published somewhere on the Internet - know that it's not your fault! The blame is solely on the one who did it without your consent, and not on you for deciding to take a photo.
5. Make an effort to find an adult you trust and tell them what's going on. A best friend or her older sister can be supportive, but in these more serious situations, it is good to talk to some adult - parents, teacher, psychologist…
6. Consider reporting to the police. Girls often feel ashamed in these situations, even though the shame is not yours! Even if you feel that way, consider the report because it is important that such cases of abuse remain recorded, and that the responsible person is punished for what he did to you.