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Leave this site quickly and head to BBC News. You might feel under pressure to take pictures of yourself and share them. Sometimes older people try to get young people to send them pictures, although they might pretend to be a similar age, which can be easy to do online. It can happen to young people of any gender. Sometimes they send out messages to lots of young people to see who replies.
This is called grooming and can be part of sexual exploitation.
This kind of pressure can also affect people of any gender. Many girls say they face a lot of pressure from boys to send pictures of themselves. Or it might be other boys they know, friends, friends-of-friends etc. Or maybe they start with compliments but if the girls says no, the boy gets angry or insulting, or makes threats.
On the other hand, it might not always feel like pressure when someone asks. The important thing is that people should never pressure others to send nudes.
Like everything else to do with sex, consent is key. It should be the same with nudes. The main thing to remember is no one should ever pressure you to send an image, or share it without your consent. Find out where to get support. Visit the That's Not OK campaign for more information. Feeling Pressured to Share Nudes. Skip to information using the below links: Pressure from older teenagers or adults Pressure from other young people What about consent to share pictures?
What does the law say? Where can you get help and support? Pressure from older teenagers or adults Sometimes older people try to get young people to send young nudes pictures, although they might pretend to be a similar age, which can be easy to do online. Pressure from other young people This kind of pressure can also affect people of any gender.
What about consent to share pictures? This law is to protect children and young people, particularly from abusers. The law makes an exception if all of the following is true: pictures are taken and shared consensually you have agreed with each other that you are both happy and comfortable doing this - remember, either of you can say no at any time, and can ask each other to delete images between people in an established relationship like a long-term relationship you are over 16 and the pictures are not shared with anyone else.
Find out what to do if someone sends you a picture you didn't consent to receiving. You understand what the law says — see above.Young nudes
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