Remind teens that they can untag themselves whenever they're identified, and stress that they need to respect others' privacy as well.Kids this age should be encouraged to balance cyber social time with real social time; parents should watch out for screen-addictive behavior replacing real contact.But yesterday my mum told me that even if two people under 16 wanted to have sex its still rape, and that if i send naked pictures that i would be down as a sex offender because its seen as child porn. Although I cant give you specific legal advice I can tell you some general information, There is something called the age of consent which is basically when the law says someone is old enough to agree to have sex.
For teens, texting overtakes most other forms of communication, except perhaps instant messaging.
It sounds like you regret having sex with him now - and this could be for any number of reasons, only you would know - but perhaps you could consider whether one of those reasons was that you didnt feel ready to have sex with him at this time.
If youre ever wondering whether a relationship with an older person is right then just remember that its quite unusual for an adult of that age to want to be close friends (or more) with someone a lot younger, unless they want something in return.
Teens have the ability to handle more complex issues, but they're also trying on different social personas.
Their avatars and screen names can express their inner identity issues, but they also dampen consequences and mask responsibility -- and online anonymity can make teens both brave and mean.