PUBLISHED: 13:42, 11 July 2013 | UPDATED: 14:05, 11 July 2013
Girls as young as 11 are sexting and sending explicit pictures of themselves via social networks warn experts as schools are forced to deal with problem [sic] 'every day'
"Safeguarding Children [sic] Board heard 'each year it starts earlier and earlier'
Experts believe sexualised media and video games may be to blame [yeah, right]
One teacher said it has become 'a daily problem' in school
Pressure [haha]: Child protection experts warn young girls (posed by models) are being persuaded to send explicit images of themselves to boys
The practice of 'sexting' is getting more common with younger children involved every year, child protection experts [sic] have warned.
Increasing numbers of girls [no boys, eh?] are being persuaded [haha] to send boys [or girls] explicit images of themselves - but the photographs can often [sic] be used to blackmail them through sharing via Facebook and Blackberry messaging."