Sexting. Risks and Consequences Middle Secondary Lesson plan. What is ‘ sexting ’?. ‘ Sexting ’ is the sending of provocative or sexual photos, messages or videos using a mobile phone. Why do you think teens sext?. Case study. Dave and Kelly have been going out for a month
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Risks and Consequences
Middle Secondary Lesson plan
‘Sexting’ is the sending of provocative
sexual photos, messages or videos using
a mobile phone
Why do you think teens sext?
What happens to the pictures if they fight and break up?
What are some of the cybersafety issues raised?
Taking or sending nude or sexually suggestive photos of yourself or anyone else under the age of eighteen is illegal because it is in violation of Australian child pornography laws.
You could be charged if:
18, even if it is your self or they agree to the picture being taken―the sender and receiver can both be charged
sexual activity or posing in an indecent sexual manner (or
even if it looks like they are)
ACT - 5 years
NSW - 10 years
NT - 10 years
QLD - 5 years
SA - 10 years
TAS - No maximum term
VIC - 5 years
WA - 5 years