NOT THE UNDERAGE TEEN IN THE STORY.
I did a Google search for sexy teen selfies to find an image to use in this post and got back 18 million returns. Checking the images, most of them are totally naked. I finally settled on the image above, which is not illegal.
As for all those naked teen pics on Google image search, so much for the idea that it’s dirty old white men enticing teens into porn. Today’s teens, like the 16 year old in this story out of North Carolina make their own porn. A minor and a camera phone are a dangerous combination.
After a 16-year-old Fayetteville girl made a sexually explicit nude photo of herself for her boyfriend last fall, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office concluded that she committed two felony sex crimes against herself and arrested her in February.
The girl was listed on a warrant as both the adult perpetrator and the minor victim of two counts of sexual exploitation of minor – second-degree exploitation for making her photo and third-degree exploitation for having her photo in her possession.
Hmmm. Self victimization. That’s a new legal doctrine to me. I guess if you inject yourself with heroin you could also be viewed as a criminal and a victim at the same time. Somehow, that line of thinking seems off.
A plea bargain saved the girl from serious legal consequences, I guess because she was viewed as the victim as well as the perp. Which is interesting because if an older white male had taken the same picture of her, his a** would have been thrown in prison for years and he would be a registered sex offender for life.
With the growing popularity of sexting among teens, two researchers said the courts would fill with defendants like this girl if the Sheriff’s Office were to arrest all the teens who make nude photos to share with their love interests.
Were such a standard to apply nationwide, “you’re talking about millions of kids being charged with child pornography,” said psychologist Jeff Temple of the University of Texas Medical Branch.
Temple said his research has found that 28 percent of teens use their cellphones to send naked photos of themselves to other teens. So does a 2014 study published by researchers at Drexel University in Pennsylvania.
Now, what about the boyfriend of the girl who took those naked pics of herself and sent them to him? His a** is between a rock and a hard place. Thus, proving there’s a hypocritical double standard that stinks to the high heavens.
The Fayetteville girl, Brianna Denson, was sexting with her boyfriend, Cormega Zyon Copening, the Sheriff’s Office said. The agency hit Copening with five sexual exploitation of a minor charges – four for making and possessing two sexually explicit pictures of himself and the last for possessing a copy of the picture that Denson made for him.
Copening, who was 16 at the time and is now 17, also faces possible prison time and the requirement to register as a sex offender if convicted. The charges have already forced him off the football team at Jack Britt High School. He had been the quarterback.
CORMEGA ZYON COPENING. MUH NIGGA BEEZ GETTING HIM FREEK ON AN ALL DAT SHIIIIIIT.
This source claims the girl’s name is Brianna Benson, not Denson. No pictures of her are available as far as I can determine. It would be interesting to know her race.
The reaction of parents whose children attend the same school is interesting.
“I would not be happy if my kids were doing that, but I didn’t know it would be illegal,” Mandy Kelly said.
Child psychiatrist Seth Tabb said parents need to educate themselves first on the laws, and then follow suit with their kids.
“Say to them there are laws you may not be aware of that you are violating,” Tabb said. “This could put you in trouble, this could follow you all of your life.”
Tabb said he urges parents to speak openly and protectively to their teens, at a time when emotions aren’t running high.
“This could hurt somebody else besides you,” Tabb said. “Do you want your name and this image or these issues coming up as the first thing somebody finds on a google search?”
Tabb said he also encourages parents to discern whether their kids feel pressure to sext or are doing it consensually, or whether there is a more malicious intent—like circulating the images as a form of cyberbullying.
Interesting that headshrinker Tabb does not bring up the morality issue. Teaching children morals rather than teaching them the fine points of the law may be a better strategy to keeping them out of trouble.
Also interesting is a poll on the WRAL link that shows that the public approves of teens sexting each other and sending sexually explicit pictures to each other.
I wonder if they would be so approving of the teens sending such pics to older men in the 40s, 50s, and older.
After all, older guys love naked teen bodies too. Why aren’t they invited to the party? Isn’t that illegal age discrimination?
The public is so screwed up having been brainwashed by the porn industry that they have no idea what the difference is between healthy and unhealthy sex.
The media encourages teens to sext each other. The end game for the New World Order is the legalization of pedophilia (along with bestiality, group marriage, and probably necrophilia.) When children become enslaved to their sexual appetites, encouraged to indulge by culture and society, they are that much easier to exploit and control by the globalists.
When your whole life centers on perversion, there’s little chance you’ll notice what’s going on in the world or even care. A hard d*ck or a wet p*ssy seek only satisfaction. Thinking with your genitals is nonthinking.