Discussion in 'Current Events' started by MagicBob, Oct 3, 2011.
what's wrong with sending naked pictures to people who want them? nothing!
Good. A teenager should not be registered as a sex offender for sending a picture of themselves. They're fucking diluting the requirements to become registered so much that it's not going to carry any weight anymore. Here in California you can be forced to register if you're caught urinating in public.
Agreed. Supposedly a lot of states are re-examining the penalties for "teen sexting". Overall they need to change the requirements for who goes on that list.
I still see a "this representative sponsored a bill that takes it easy on sex criminals" ad in this politician's future...
Sent from my fucking phone, so I'm going to misspell shit.
i see a "he wants to soften penalties for teen sexting, does he get sexts from teens?" in the future
kinda strange when you think about it...
not illegal for teens to SHOW each other their privates, or even to rub them against each other... but take a picture of yer teen privates and send it to a teen friend that wants to see them and its illegal.
Unfortunately you're right.
The problem is the picture just never stays with teen B. Teen B shows or sends the photo to other people. Depending how far that goes, the photo usually winds up on the internet.
with any luck
I'm Paul R. Nelson.
Not exactly, the problem is the image of the little teen cunny is illegal to produce, distribute, or possess regardless of who the image is of.