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Is ‘Sexting’ changing traditional dating?

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Is ‘sexting’ a new form of courtship? Should the practiced of sexting in minors be de-criminalised?
A landmark survey from La Trobe University released over the weekend illustrates a compelling snapshot of young peoples sexual behaviour.
For the first time the survey asked about the role of technology in teen sex lives with SnapChat and facebook dominant in youth culture.
Reporter Alicia Barker spoke to survey author Professor Anne Mitchell and a 
young people who are affected by sexting about our new technological bedroom behaviours.

*Sam and Emily have been given false names for privacy purposes.
 

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