Despite knowing the consequences, many teens still send sexually explicit photos to others using their cell phones.
It's estimated about 20 percent of teens have sent a sexually explicit text.
Nearly twice as many say they had received such a cell phone picture.
Male students received naked pictures more than female students. When asked what consequences, if any, there should be if caught sexting, the most common response, given by 21 percent of participants, was "no consequence."
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