Study: 1 in 4 teens has sent nude pho...

Study: 1 in 4 teens has sent nude photos via text, email

There are 5 comments on the The Macon Telegraph story from Jul 9, 2012, titled Study: 1 in 4 teens has sent nude photos via text, email. In it, The Macon Telegraph reports that:

More than one in four teenagers - equally male and female - have sent a nude picture of themselves via text or email, according to a study by the University of Texas Medical Branch published recently by the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.

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Tallmadge, OH

#1 Jul 9, 2012
This is beyond stupid, why is this happening?

Tallmadge, OH

#2 Jul 9, 2012
I believe that doing that is stupid. I am so sick of reading and hearing about it. It is your body not some piece of junk you are advertising. Sometimes I want to tune out what I am being told but texting and driving and sending pictures of yourself nude is STUPID today, stupid tomorrow and stupid forever!

United States

#3 Jul 20, 2012
Sounds like the mental health industry fishing for new laws and profits thereof. Mental Health Industry's has no science. No evidence based medicine. No medical model and no test for chemical imbalance. The industry is based on hearsay and is political. The industry is probmatic in drugging of the population and increasing the number of people and children that are mentally compromised as a result of the mind drugging.

United States

#4 Jul 24, 2012
Its actually proven to be more like 4 out of 5. 1 in 4 teens do regularly, and will admit it.

Chester, UK

#5 Jul 26, 2012
Teenagers are given in to their useless lust and think it is love, they follow self gratification like a dream, useless teenagers.

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