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Alone in the dark: Parents don't know what their kids are doing (Image: Andy Stenning)Get daily news updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThe schoolgirl, who had celebrated her birthday days before, could see nothing wrong in posing as she snapped away with her smart phone in front of her.This, after all, is what celebrities do on Twitter, and some of her friends confessed they too "sexted" lads they had met in the park.
"He was messaging me to send him a dirty picture," Gemma not her real name remembers."I wasn't sure if I should but some of my friends had done the same for their boyfriends so I thought, 'Why not?'"I took a picture when I wasn't wearing anything. I didn't feel bad about it. I emailed the picture to him. When he replied and said he loved what he saw, I felt great about myself."But Gemma quickly discovered her trust was misplaced.
Her boyfriend, who was 15, put the picture on Facebook to show off to his friends. "Soon it was out there," says Gemma, shuddering at the memory."People were sharing it around. It got on all sorts of websites. I completely lost control of it."What's worse is that my photograph is out there for ever now. I can never get it back and stop other people, you know, sick men, from looking at it."
Jon Brown, head of the NSPCC's sex abuse programme, says sexting is on the rise, and it's providing a whole new resource for perverts."We have unearthed a lot of evidence of girls aged 12 and 13 becoming pressured into sending explicit photographs to boyfriends," he says.And Gemma's story does not surprise Pat Craven of the Freedom Programme sexual abuse charity, who says: "There is no doubt that young boys are learning from each other and from the internet to abuse girls.
"I have heard of girls as young as 11 getting involved sexually with boys."What this leads to later in life can be very dangerous as boys objectify girls as sex objects, and girls are being told that is their function. Sadly, many end up believing it."Today Gemma is receiving counselling, as the realisation dawns on her that she was unwittingly sexually exploited.
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