Social Justice. Two-thirds of the cases involved an aggravating circumstance beyond creating and sending the image -- for example, an adult was involved or the teen engaged in non-consensual behavior. And many people thought the photos were sexist and demeaning to the working class. In Georgia, teen sexting that does not involve distribution -- in other words, just taking a nude selfie -- is a misdemeanor. But under these newer laws, teens can still get in some trouble for possessing images of themselves. What you agree to.
And many people thought the photos were sexist and demeaning to the working class.
Nina Agdal appeared in a DirectTV print campaign in a cross-partnership fashion. But Crystal Nosal, a spokeswoman for the Alexandria Police Department in Virginia, said that generally, police are not going to investigate teenagers for having a pictures of themselves on their phones.