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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 78% of students reported receiving sexually suggestive messages67% have sent suggestive messages56% have received intimate photos73% sent sexually suggestive messages to a romantic partner20% of the recipients forwarded the intimate messages10% of explicit messages sent were without the original senders permission Send to trustworthy recipient Do not send sext randomly, some people may forward your message Put a passcode on your phone Protect your pictures from being seen by others 1. Remain anonymous Survey of 204 students in the United States (University of Rhode Island, 2011) Remove photo information such as your location, phone model, date taken etc. 4. Check photo details 3. Use passwords Sexting is the sending and receiving of sexually explicit content via cell phones (sexting, 2014). 2. Know the recipient PRACTICE SAFE SEXTING Tips to Safe Sexting Be prepared if it ever gets leaked Dont text something you might regret 5. Take responsibility Edit out birthmarks, tattoos, etc. Do not show your face Bibliographysexting. (2014). Retrieved October 1, 2014, from Merriam-Webster: http://www.merriam- of Rhode Island. (2011, July 21). New sexting laws put college students at risk. Retrieved December 2, 2014, from URI Today: iDevice icon made by MarinaD from is licensed under CC by 4.0 iDevice icon made by MarinaD from is licensed under CC by 4.0 Icon made by Freepik from is licensed under CC BY 3.0 Icon made by Icomoon from is licensed under CC BY 3.0
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