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_____Updated June 2017 Sexting is a new twist on the timeless desire of teens and adults to engage in sexual expression.Sexting involves the practice of creating, sending and/or posting sexually suggestive images or video via mobile phone, email, or over the Internet. More than one in three young adults between the age of 18-24 have sexted, and one in four teenagers have done the same. Despite widespread and oftentimes breathless media coverage of teenage sexting stories, it is hardly confined to the under-30 crowd.

Take, for example, the scenario where a minor sends a nude picture to his or her partner and the partner later forwards the image to friends and classmates after the couple breaks up.Because, however, the pictures involved in sexting are digital, it is easy for recipients to distribute them in ways that the original sender never intended or imagined.Far too common is the case where jilted former lovers have sent nude pictures of their exes after a bad break-up to classmates, friends, coworkers, and relatives.Moreover, with nearly one in four teenagers admitting to sexting, would any parent want to play the odds in believing that their child would never do such a thing?What if being wrong means five years in jail for your child?Trusting another person to watch your children is a big leap of faith.

There are so many horror stories on the news about awful babysitters that some parents take extra precautions, including installing cameras in the house to keep an eye on things.

The second sender is clearly the bad actor, but the law treats everyone involved the same, and both can be convicted of a felony.

In fact, the friends and classmates who received the picture can be convicted of felonies, too, even if they never asked for the picture to be sent to them.

This is not what child pornography laws were meant for, and the time has come to address the issue rationally and reasonably, before it is too late.

Here’s a tip that’s worth repeating: Don’t click on a link in a text message you get on your phone that says you’ve won a terrific prize or a gift card. People who clicked the links in the messages didn’t get the promised prizes. I have recently begun receiving random emails from unknown addresses.

The AARP Monthly magazine recently updated , advising tech-competent seniors to try sexting as a way to spice up the over-50 love life--complete with a “Sexting 101” section. Most sexting is, by itself, consensual, and intended to be innocuous.