National study released on prevalence and characteristics of youth sexting

Dec 05th, 2011

The American Academy of Pediatrics has released its national study on the prevalence and characteristics of youth sexting. The objective of this study was to obtain national estimates of youth involved in sexting in the past year (the transmission via cell phone, the Internet, and other electronic media of sexual images), as well as provide details of the youth involved and the nature of the sexual images. CLICK HERE to visit the American Academy of Pediatrics website for more information and to download the study free of charge.

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