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Credit: Getty Images. Adolescent women feel intense pressure to send sexual images to men, but they lack the tools to cope with their concerns and the potential consequences, according to new research. Sexting, or sending nude or semi-nude sexually suggestive images or messages to others, is a reality for an estimated 15 to 25 percent of teens growing up today. Though some research points to sexting as a potentially low-risk way to explore sexuality, it also is associated with increased risk of ostracism, depression, and suicide. Thomas explored the challenges teenagers have while debating whether to send photos and the problems that can surface when they do. She also wanted to know how teen girls handled unwanted requests for the images. After analyzing self-reported stories posted to the anonymous online platform AThinLine. Young women were concerned about the repercussions of sending pictures, but those worries were overshadowed by more immediate day-to-day pressures, such as wanting the relationship, promises of love and trustworthiness, persistent requests, anger, harassment, and threats. In fact, the most common reaction was to ask WSID?
Hundreds of Western Australian women and girls - some as young as 14 - have been caught up in a nude photo scandal. The victims originally sent the images privately to a source they trusted but who then shared the images online, reported Seven News. The latest photo scandal comes after authorities shut down a site in February that contained explicit images of young female students from across Australia. Scroll down for video.