Unsend From a Computer Note: The web and mobile version of Yahoo Messenger let you clear the conversation to remove the history from the message.
You can do this from the small (i) button at the top right of the message.
Updated June 2017 Sexting is a new twist on the timeless desire of teens and adults to engage in sexual expression.
Sexting involves the practice of creating, sending and/or posting sexually suggestive images or video via mobile phone, email, or over the Internet. More than one in three young adults between the age of 18-24 have sexted, and one in four teenagers have done the same. Despite widespread and oftentimes breathless media coverage of teenage sexting stories, it is hardly confined to the under-30 crowd.
However, sexting does happen amongst teens and it is something that you should be aware of as a parent.
This can't be said for newer platforms like Snapchat and Facebook Messenger. From a Computer You can also get to the web version of Yahoo Messenger through Yahoo! From the top left menu, choose the smiley face icon to open a mini version of Messenger.
Sending a sexual text, image or video can be dangerous if shared with the wrong person. When sexting goes badly, it can make you feel ashamed, guilty, embarrassed or anxious.
Once you send a message, you're not in control of what happens to it. But there are things you can do to make the situation better and prevent it from happening again. You can't control what someone will do with an image, but having an honest conversation can help to make sure they won't pass it on.
They can talk about what might happen and talking to them is confidential.
When you’re under 18 it’s against the law for anyone to take or have a sexual photo of you – even if it’s a selfie.