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And it's not just teens having sex and doing drugs (marijuana) and drinking -- the adults do it, too.

Last year a report from the NSPCC showed that one in seven (approximately 14%) young people in the UK have taken a naked or semi-naked picture of themselves.

A lot of these young people will then go on to share these images with someone they know.

A stark illustration of how cruel the criminal law has become in this regard is illustrated by the example of 12 year old girl in the south of England who was being groomed online by a paedophile. The paedophile cannot be found as he was using an anonymous Instagram account.

But the police have told the girl that she may face criminal charges and a criminal record for creating and sharing explicit images of a child despite the fact she has been the victim of grooming.

These figures, suggest that sharing self-generated sexual images has become just another way for young people to express their sexual selves.

It’s all part of growing up – sexting is just a different approach to more traditional forms of sexual self expression.

Two adults make love (the shirtless man lies on top of the woman, who's wearing a bra).

A mother comments on her teenage daughter's Brazilian wax, saying "I don't want my daughter looking like a porn star." Lots of teen cursing, and some by adults, too.

But, for some young people, sexting can lead to criminal prosecution along with classification as a sex offender.

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