Sexting websites online
If someone is threatening you, or has posted a picture of you online, there’s a special Revenge Pornography Helpline to help people who are over 18. Part of being in a healthy relationship is being able to say what you think without being scared or worried.Try saying how you feel when you’re asked for a nude or sexual message.If someone doesn’t listen or you don’t feel able to, it can help to talk to us.
Make a report If you receive an abusive or worrying message.The resource can also be used by parents in helping them understand and support their children.It is a help guide for young people who are worried about images or videos they have taken of themselves or others which are available on the internet It has really practical information about image sharing, advice about what you can do to manage the situation, and organisations that can provide help. resource, created by South West Grid for Learning In September 2015 the National Police Chief Council released a statement on the procedure they have to take when a ‘sexting’ incident is reported to the police.The same risks of potential bullying or stalking apply.The word ‘sexting’ means when a sexual image or video is sent via a text message.
It can also be against the law to threaten to share someone’s nudes or videos.