What Is Sexting?
Sexting is a term used to describe the sharing of intimate images or videos with another person.
This content can be anything from texts, partial nudity right up to sexual images or video. Very often it is between partners, but can be between groups and can use a whole range of devices, technologies and online spaces. The most common ones are by text, private message on social networks or apps such as Kik, Oovoo, Instagram or Skype.
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Sexting Products & Resources
Professionals Online Safety Helpline
Online Safety helpline for professionals who work with children and young people in the UK
So You Got Naked Online
A resource that offers strategies to support the issues resulting from sexting incidents
Online Safety Podcast
Official SWGfL online safety podcast
Young People Pressured into Sending Nudes
A research programme on young people’s experience of sending and sharing nude and nearly nude images, otherwise known as sexting. Published December 2017
Responding to & Managing Sexting Incidents
This guidance aims to help schools identify sexting incidents, manage them and escalate appropriately
Latest Sexting Articles
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25th March 2020
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With remote learning now taking full effect, there are a few things to keep in mind if you're a professional or a parent now working from home.
23rd March 2020
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SWGfL is here to support you through these uncertain times. Read all about how we will continue to work alongside you.
20th March 2020
Latest Version of "So You Got Naked Online" Released
So You Got Naked Online’ was first written in 2012 and has proved to be one of our most valuable and popular resources; translated into many languages it has inspired content globally. We have now updated the resource for 2020
4th February 2020