Dirty chat young adults
There are 4 phases of childhood sexual development.Just like every other part of growing up, some children mature sooner or later than others.Nonetheless, they subject sexting teens to a myriad of felony charges and branding as a "sex offender." A teenager's ability to snap a picture and send it in seconds without reflection gives rise to new legal issues for society and the legal community. Or just want to bring up some hot topics to have some nice Chit-Chat upon?Dear Essex Police, I ask the following question under the freedom of information act 2000 and for the protection of children and freedom of adults under the Human Rights Act 1998.
Adults risk embarrassment if their sext message is misdirected.
So, don't be too worried if your child doesn't act exactly as you'd expect.
Children with developmental delays may not stick to these age guides.
However, there seems to be little public guidance especially to young teenagers who may be experimenting, on what the law states is the correct age for 'cybersex' (Sexual talk online, via chartrooms, webcameras, text messages.) One would usually employ logic and reason to deduce that if it is ok in the eyes of the law for a 100 year old outside a position of trust to have consensual sex with a 16 year old, that the state would even marry the two and allow them to co-habitat in a rented council house and be taxed, that you would expect cyber sex to be set at 16 regardless of the age of the other, as long as he/she is 16 also; considering that English law can go against the known rules of logic and reason these days, I feel the police are best to clarify what the law states for others.
My question is therefore thus: A) Is it a criminal offence for an adult 18 outside a position of trust to engage in coessential adult cybersex with a 16 year old ?