WHEN confronted with the visual, uncomfortable truth, most parents say the same words: my child would never do that.
But here is news: they would and probably have. And no, they are not OK.
Taking, sending, keeping and sharing sexually explicit images is all the rage.
A recently released analysis of offences dealt with under the Queensland legal system by the Sentencing Council found that in the 10 years to the end of June 2016, 3035 offenders responsible for more than 8000 child exploitation material matters were dealt with.
It is terrible, in itself.
But nearly half of these people who had, made or shared child exploitation material were kids themselves.
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