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SHOW ME YOUR ERECTION
#41
(07-13-2014, 12:27 AM)crash Wrote: I remember thirty years ago if girls were in a group, it was all eww eww, why would we want to see your dick..

Amazing how many girls wanted a peek, or a squeeze, or... when they had you alone though.

Who were these "eww, eww" girls who didn't want to ogle or play with your penis in a group setting?

What a buncha prudes!!!

P.s. how did showing a group of girls your dick come up in the first place? Smiley_emoticons_fies
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#42


We've had Members who didn't bat an eye over posting their bared breasts or full body nudes. I have nothing to say against that, I'm all for whatever promotes posting.
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#43


...somehow, someway, I will live to regret those words.
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#44
I remember when........contestants on tv shows were dressed.

I've never watched any of the tv dating shows, aside from The Dating Game and Love Connection as a kid, way back when.

Didn't even know that there were several naked reality shows on the air until I saw a bit about this new show in today's newspaper.

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VH1′s next-level dating show experiment Dating Naked, where singles go on tropical dates in the buff. The skin-n-blur preview shows attractive nervous singles as they awkwardly navigate first dates without clothes at a tropical resort.

There’s naked dining, naked swimming, naked horseback riding and even naked elimination ceremonies (there’s nothing quite like being rejected while naked on national television).

The show is part of an overall naked reality TV trend that includes Syfy body art painting series Naked Vegas, TLC’s real-estate-shopping series Buying Naked and, of course, Discovery Channel’s survival show Naked and Afraid. Dating Naked premieres Thursday, July 17.



I barely watch tv as it stands. When Jeopardy! goes naked, that's it -- I'm giving up the tube altogether. Dramaqueen
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#45
OP Update: No Nude Photos to be Used in Manassas Sexting Case

At today's hearing, prosecutors confirmed to the judge that not only won't they be acting on the second search warrant (seeking photos of the teen's erect penis for video comparison purposes), but they won't be using the genitalia photos they obtained under the first search warrant.

There's not much in the first search warrant that hasn't already been covered in this thread's media snips, but it has been released (the second one is still sealed). WARRANT 1, DATED 03 JUNE 14 (at bottom of article): http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/loca...it-photos/

So, today, prosecutors acknowledged taking photos of the boys genitalia earlier on in the case, even though last week Prince William County Commonwealth's Attorney Paul Ebert had disputed the boy's claim (via his aunt) that such photos existed. "The allegations lack credibility," Ebert said.

LE looks idiotic on this one. Either the police and the DA's office aren't in synch or the prosecutor was full of it when he denied knowledge of any such photos.

Anyway, the teen is still charged with felony manufacture and distribution of child pornography and he'll face those charges in court on August 1st.
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#46
The teen had his day in court. The judge gave him one year probation and 100 hours of community service. If he stays outta trouble, the child porn charges will be dropped.

Turns out the two teens involved in the incident exchanged nude photos and a sexually explicit video with both a male and a female featured.

Faces weren't shown in the video, so prosecutors couldn't prove that it was the teen boy who was charged.

Manassas police issued a statement that it was never their intent that the teen face serious criminal punishment or be placed on the sexual offender registry, but sometimes they are required to take action to protect teens from themselves.

Ref:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/mana...story.html
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#47


Wow. For sexting. That punishment seems kinda extreme and I don't see her sharing any of it.

I'm glad for him that there will be no serious charges. Something stupid held the power to have an affect on him for the rest of his life.
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(08-03-2014, 01:53 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: The teen had his day in court. The judge gave him one year probation and 100 hours of community service. If he stays outta trouble, the child porn charges will be dropped.

Turns out the two teens involved in the incident exchanged nude photos and a sexually explicit video with both a male and a female featured.

Ref:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/mana...story.html
I will wait with rapt attention for the pending charges against the female offender.
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#49
Wow, so after reading into the article... they DID have a search warrant to photograph his penis... they DID charge him with 2 counts of child porn, the girl was NOT charged with anything even tho they sexted each other... and despite not being able to identify individuals from the video... the court still SENTENCED the kid while postponing judgement for a year? How the fuck does that work? And they have the gall to say they weren't trying to convict the teen of any serious crimes. That's all kinds of bullshit. Fuck Virginia. Sic Semper Tyrannis indeed.
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#50
(08-03-2014, 08:47 PM)Cutz Wrote: I will wait with rapt attention for the pending charges against the female offender.

I fear that's going to be a fruitless wait and think your attention might be better invested elsewhere. Smiley_emoticons_wink

Never did get to see the arrest warrant and the details about who asked the boy to repeatedly stop sending the sexts and why he supposedly continued to send them anyway. Since the case was handled in juvenile court, it might be under seal.

Anyway, this may well be one of those cases of overreach that was (at least partially) remedied as a result of the public's feedback to the media exposure.

For all of the valid complaints about today's media coverage, the media sometimes does some real good.
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#51
(08-03-2014, 10:41 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote:
(08-03-2014, 08:47 PM)Cutz Wrote: I will wait with rapt attention for the pending charges against the female offender.

I fear that's going to be a fruitless wait and think your attention might be better invested elsewhere. Smiley_emoticons_wink

Never did get to see the arrest warrant and the details about who asked the boy to repeatedly stop sending the sexts and why he supposedly continued to send them anyway. Since the case was handled in juvenile court, it might be under seal.

Anyway, this may well be one of those cases of overreach that was (at least partially) remedied as a result of the public's feedback to the media exposure.

For all of the valid complaints about today's media coverage, the media sometimes does some real good.
I'm seriously mad about this case. So despite them issuing a statement denying they issued a search warrant for penis photos... the post story you linked specifically says they did... They ordered a search warrant for MAKING CHILD PORNOGRAPHY in order to charge a child with making child pornography... and still punished the kid!
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#52
(08-03-2014, 11:36 PM)Cutz Wrote: So despite them issuing a statement denying they issued a search warrant for penis photos... the post story you linked specifically says they did... They ordered a search warrant for MAKING CHILD PORNOGRAPHY in order to charge a child with making child pornography... and still punished the kid!


Yes. Exactly.
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#53
Child Porn Charges Under Consideration for Teen Sexting -- Michigan

Prosecutors are reviewing evidence in a high school "sexting" scandal that could lead to criminal charges for up to 31 high school students, all of whom are age 16 or younger.

The investigation started in September after a student at Rochester Adams High School told school administrators that explicit content involving classmates was being shared via smartphones.

Investigators interviewed dozens of students and analyzed many of their cellphones before submitting their case to prosecutors.

CBS Detroit legal analyst Charlie Langton says there's no law specifically forbidding "sexting." "But if one takes or is in possession of sexually explicit or naked pictures of someone under the age of 16, that is a crime," Langton said.

"It's a crime when you take the picture, it's a crime when you send the picture and it's a crime if someone else re-sends the picture," he added.

The prosecutor's office said they are waiting for more "forensic sources," which could result in the filing of felony child pornography charges -- although the students would likely be charged as juveniles.


http://www.cbsnews.com/news/sexting-coul...gan-teens/
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#54


All 16 or younger. Jesus. Don't they have anything better to spend their resources on.
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(12-12-2014, 01:38 PM)Duchess Wrote: All 16 or younger. Jesus. Don't they have anything better to spend their resources on.

I wonder why a student reported it to the school in the first place.

If that student is just a snitcher by nature and none of the sext content was taken against anyone's will or being used to hurt/damage any of the horny little bitches and bastards, I find it a misuse of LE resources as well.

I'm curious as to whether there's more to the story.
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#56
(12-12-2014, 02:18 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: I wonder why a student reported it to a teacher in the first place.


At that age all mole hills are mountains, maybe it is someone who wasn't included in on the fun. What better way to get even than to do something like this. That's just a guess.
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#57
You may get charged as a minor... but I bet you go on that sex offender list for life once you hit 18.
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#58


...or maybe a girl who likes one of the boys and knows he has pix of one the girls. Jealousy could be a factor.

I don't think it's that big a deal if all the kids involved were doing it just for kicks.
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#59
(12-12-2014, 02:29 PM)Duchess Wrote:
I don't think it's that big a deal if all the kids involved were doing it just for kicks.

Yeah, that's the question for me. Why was it reported?

I would not be happy if my 16-year-old boy or girl was taking or distributing naked photos for kicks. And, as independent and mature as I was at that age, I didn't get involved with shit like that.

But, unless someone was an unwilling participant or the content of the sexts was being used to really damage one or more of the kids, I don't think it's a matter for LE.
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(12-12-2014, 02:53 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: I would not be happy if my 16-year-old boy or girl was taking or distributing naked photos for kicks.


Of course you wouldn't, no parent would be.

I don't know where this stat comes from nor how it was obtained but I have read on several occasions that more than half of all US teens have admitted to sending sexually explicit texts and/or pix and they don't have a clue that there could be legal consequences, it doesn't even cross their mind.
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