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She found out by accident when her computer, which she shared with her youngest son Josh, had a virus.While the consultant was fixing it, he found uploaded mobile-phone photos of girls doing things – none of which would grace a family newspaper.Nearly half did not see anything wrong with sending topless images and 56 per cent said they didn’t know whether their images and videos were distributed further than the intended recipient.As the recent police caution of a schoolgirl who sent an explicit selfie to her boyfriend shows, many teens don’t realise that they risk ending up on the sex offenders’ register for distributing indecent images of a child – even if they are the child in question (the girl’s boyfriend, who forwarded it on after a row, was also cautioned).From video sex chats and naked selfies to sexting, sharing sexual content by smartphone is now the norm for many teenagers.But the fact that virtual sex often predates real relationships could be psychologically damaging, says mental-health expert Benjamin Fry.Nothing is observed by the community any longer, so the ancient notion of shame as a basic regulator of behaviour has gone.In the old days you would have got a few relationship skills under your belt before you got anywhere near taking off your belt.
In a study by South West Grid for Learning and Plymouth University, 38 per cent of 13- to 18-year-olds said they had received a sexually explicit message and 39 per cent admitted sharing intimate images.He was showing symptoms of addiction to his phone and withdrawal from the world.He was discovering girls, dating and sex – nothing abnormal about that – but because it was all happening online, it was affecting his nervous system in ways we are only just beginning to understand. For my generation (I am 44), the first hurdle we had to overcome was getting to whatever party it was where there might be some action.Receiving these positive visual and auditory signals makes us connected, compassionate and cooperative.Our brain’s ‘social-engagement system’ is triggered. This gives a softness and warmth to our eyes and cheeks, making us expressive.