Teen Sexting Not As Prevalent As Thought

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Teen Sexting Not As Prevalent As Thought

A study published in the journal Pediatrics revealed that only one in 100 teens had sent nude or sexually explicit images via phone, as opposed to the previous estimate of one in five. What do you think?

  • "Is it okay if I pretend that statistic doesn't exist? You see, I'm a producer for a nationally televised morning news show."

    Karen Blanck
    Television Producer
  • "Makes sense. Most kids today are too fat to fit themselves into the frame."

    Dean Harris
    Systems Analyst
  • "I could've told you that. Man, my kids are never gonna get laid."

    Martin Hannah
    Mold Stripper
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