The repercussions of having a selfie shared without consent are far more likely to be social than criminal, and disproportionately borne by women. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. For the best part of a decade, young women like Erin have been told by police, parents and schools not to take any photographs that they would not want shared with the world. If it sounds mundane, it is. But for as long as it persists, young women need to be taught how best to assess the risk of taking them.
Inin one of the few cases in Australia to emerge publicly, an year-old man from western Sydney was charged over exchanging naked and semi-naked pictures with a year-old girl.
Teen Girls Having Fun On The Beach
Police are continuing to investigate a websitebelieved to be hosted overseas, which encourages Australian students to upload explicit images of their female peers. We say that about Kim Kardashian all the time. Many also initiated or enacted romantic relationships on social media. Two in five teenagers — and particularly older girls — were using Snapchat, a photo- and video-sharing app where messages disappear after a maximum of 10 seconds. Boys — and men — take and share images of themselves naked, but without the same stigma; even those who illicitly share those they are sent typically experience fewer repercussions than the women pictured. The repercussions of having a selfie shared without consent are far more likely to be social than criminal, and disproportionately borne by women.