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Sexting and consent

If you consent to sexting with someone, it doesn’t mean you automatically consent to them sharing your sext with anyone else or to any other sexual act.

Even if you have someone’s consent to post or forward a sexual photo/video of another person, it’s important not to share it.

It is important to talk to a trusted and safe adult when someone sends you sexual messages or a photo or video depicting sexual abuse.


Sexting should always be your choice. Just because you send one sext, doesn’t mean you have to do it again.

And if you send someone a sext, it doesn’t give that person permission to share it with other people.

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