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Before you resort to something like texting your peollemight we recommend sharpening your sexting skills? But, of course, in this day and age, you also have to be careful. But you should also protect yourself. You never know who could be intercepting your texts or taking screenshots. But using the right platform to send your messages can help give you a little extra security. I will do the same.

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Wickr Through this encrypted appyou can send a video, call, or leave a provocative voice memo for your lover.

Technically, you can even send files, if you feel like creating a sex dossier in your free time. al al is also hella encrypted when it comes to messages and video calls. If coding can peope that kind of reaction, imagine how your boo might respond to the promiscuous messages you send them through the app.

It also kicks the offender out of the app and notifies the user that someone attempted to take a screenshot of their message. Of course, nothing is foolproof; if someone really wanted to save the picture, they could take a picture of their phone with a camera or another phone.

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They both said staff have seen an increase since lockdown. Thousands of children sexting, police say "Young people are at home alone and wanting intimacy and don't know how to explore it healthily, so they're being pressured into sending things," she said.

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However, Ms Azad said they often forget about other identifiable markers such as wallpaper, birth marks or piercings. Being pressured to send nudes is a of a controlling relationship and, despite campaigns to tackle this during lockdown, Ms Azad believes many risks to younger people - such as being blackmailed and aexting - have been overlooked.

One person developed an eating disorder following her image being shared because of the negative comments people made. It often goes through schools, so everyone in that year group will probably see it, if not more.