It’s hard for a parent to imagine that their child would be put on a
sex-offender registry for the rest of his or her life, but that could
happen, if the child decides to sext, according to nj.com.
“Sexting is sending sexually explicit photos or messages via cell
phone,” said Susan Gleason, an assistant prosecutor and supervisor of
the Juvenile Unit at the Union County Prosecutor’s Office, according to nj.com.