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    Wednesday
    Jun272012

    #99  Sexting

    This Conversation Will Help You…

    1. ability to define “sexting”
    2. ability to say what the state laws are about sexting
    3. ability to define what their personal boundaries are about sexting

     

     

    Think About This First

    • What does it mean in the ways you’ve heard the word?
    • Is it related to pictures or words?
    • Does it matter who is doing it?
    • How have you heard about it?

     

     

    Having the Conversation

     

    Start here:

    Is it talked about in relation to laws?

    Do you know what our state laws are regarding sexting?

    We should take a look at this card. It has some information on it.

     

    Continue:

    Did you know this stuff before, or is it new to you?

    Do you think that most people your age know these things?

    Do you think that knowing that sexting is illegal would make a difference in what people send or ask others to send them?

    Why or why not?

    How do you think other young people could be more aware of laws about sexting?

     

    Keep Talking:  

    What do you think about sexting?

    What are your boundaries around sexting? .

    Is it different based on if you are in a relationship or not?

    Do you have friends with different boundaries?

    What would you do if you received a sexually explicit text from someone?

    What do you think the right thing to do is?

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