Truth or Dare is a popular game often played at adventure camps, retreats, or overnight events like sleepovers.It's a great icebreaker and provides an opportunity to get to know friends a little better."The whole high school either had the picture or saw it," she says.In fact, while few students will cop to having sexted—loosely defined as having sent a sexual photo, video, or text message via cell phone—a greater number will admit to having received, or at least viewed, someone else's sext.She didn't ("I drew a picture and was like, ' Here they are!'"), but she knows of many girls who would have.
The boy who'd originally received the picture, Rachel remembers, forwarded the image to another girl who circulated it all over town.
What happens on a screen strongly impacts what happens in the physical world around us.
Online activity needs to be viewed with caution and restraint.
“I didn’t know she was talking to the kind of people she was talking to,” Mrs. “I should have done a better job of monitoring, but I didn’t.” This tragic situation highlights the responsibility parents have to carefully check their children’s online habits.
It is not only important but also vital for their safety.