Should Australia's crack down on malicious sexting happen in the UK?

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Australia is on a mission to crack down on jilted lovers who forwards explicit messages...

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The state of Victoria in Australia has created a new law to crack down on angry ex-lovers who forward sexy texts to humiliate their former partners.

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Victorian law will make it an offence to distribute explicit images without consent, also known as 'non-consensual sexting'.

They won't actually stop people from sexting, but they will make sending an image, or threatening to send an image, to a third party illegal.

They're hoping this new law will prevent women (and men) from becoming victims of blackmail, social embarrassment and unnecessary stress. Tell us what you think in the poll below...

Should the UK introduce Victoria's new non-consensual sexting laws?
Absolutely, yes. 76.47%
Do we really need it? 17.65%
No, people are idiots and shouldn't sext at all. 5.88%


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