FULL EXPOSURE! South Carolina Says No More Sexting
Send a sext, pay a fine. That’s one hundred big ones out of your piggy bank, Teen (or should we say your wallet, Parents of Teen).
So says the Southern state, the first to secede from the Union during the Civil War, one of the last to ratify the 19th Amendment, and now just another state that considers texting a crime.
It’s true. A bill to ban kids ages 12 to 17 from “sexting” – forwarding take-it-off photos by cell phone – has cleared a House subcommittee and may be headed to Senate.