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In a study by South West Grid for Learning and Plymouth University, 38 per cent of 13- to 18-year-olds said they had received a sexually explicit message and 39 per cent admitted sharing intimate images.Nearly half did not see anything wrong with sending topless images and 56 per cent said they didn’t know whether their images and videos were distributed further than the intended recipient.Sex was supposed to be the last domino to fall after a long social ritual, not the way to say hello.Boys and girls now meet, date, flirt and even have sex online.Gone are the days of chaperones, or even the social mores that kept young people’s behaviour in check.Nothing is observed by the community any longer, so the ancient notion of shame as a basic regulator of behaviour has gone.The game lets players explore imaginary worlds and allows them to interact with other users over a chat function."I was asked to lay down on top of them and they started with sexual movements," father Iain Morrison told the media about his time on Roblox.Australian cyber safety expert Susan Mc Lean told ABC Radio Darwin the news report came as "no surprise".
Its website states there are existing chat filters, with those logged in as being under the age of 12 placed under a "restricted chat" function to protect their wellbeing and safety.
But the effect it was having on her youngest was clearly not OK.
He was showing symptoms of addiction to his phone and withdrawal from the world.
"We need to be constantly engaging with them online, educating them about 'stranger danger' and encouraging them to speak to a trusted adult if they ever feel uncomfortable," Ms Grant said.
From video sex chats and naked selfies to sexting, sharing sexual content by smartphone is now the norm for many teenagers.