MUMSNET user 'simply pinky' has shared her experience of finding out that her young teenage son has been doing things he shouldn't.. The mother, who is unidentified, has posted in search of guidance about what to do, as she feels that she's in a complicated situation. The post starts off with her explaining that her son is 14 years old and that she has his Instagram log in details, which she uses to check up that he isn't swearing or posting inappropriate things. When he usually plays up, which isn't very often, she confiscates his phone for a while and they discuss what is right and wrong.
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Teens who traded nude pics of girls like “baseball cards” likely won’t see jail time
Over half of teenage girls feel under pressure to send boys sexual photographs of themselves, a new study in Australia has shown. The organisation also interviewed young girls to uncover their thoughts on online sexual harassment. Seven out of ten of the girls polled said they felt that sexual harassment and bullying online is endemic. The research published in the journal BMJ Open said that anal sex is more prevalent among young people, but is not spoken about in mainstream sex education and remains a taboo. The Independent's Millennial Love group is the best place to discuss to the highs and lows of modern dating and relationships.
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