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If it sounds mundane, it is. But one of the challenges is changing the conversation when the curriculum and the law are already well out of step with the technology and the culture. This double standard is felt keenly by young women, who are more likely to be told not take intimate images of themselves than their male peers are to be told not to share any they are sent. But for as long as it persists, young women need to be taught how best to assess the risk of taking them. Since 2 November , no one can be prosecuted in the state for taking explicit images of themselves.
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Images can be captured as screenshots but the sender is notified and doing so is seen as a social faux pas. There was no indication that the man had shared the images, nor that their relationship had been physical. And they say society learns to see nude selfies — of both teenage girls and boys, not to mention adults — as neither demeaning nor empowering, but simply a part of life. But for as long as it persists, young women need to be taught how best to assess the risk of taking them. This was coming from a fairly liberal and progressive school. Two in five teenagers — and particularly older girls — were using Snapchat, a photo- and video-sharing app where messages disappear after a maximum of 10 seconds.
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Crime - Australia Australian education features. There was no indication that the man had shared the images, nor that their relationship had been physical. He says that perspective is only reinforced by the absence of repercussion. Teenagers spoken to by Guardian Australia suggested that it is far from universal, and more common among older teenagers in relationships. They believe the issue should be approached from the perspective of harm reduction, and that only those who share the images should face repercussions, not those who take them. How they will affect you. The girls react with disgust. the boys smirk.
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