Sexting is being labelled a drug-like addiction for some Kiwi teens, with increasing numbers of young people sending naked photos of themselves. Sexting, the sending of explicit phone messages, often with naked photos, is now so common that New Zealand parents would struggle to find a teenager who has not been asked to send one, NetSafe has warned. The head of NetSafe is aware of children as young as 11 sexting, and said suicide was among the most-extreme outcomes. And the problem comes with a stark warning — images can last online forever, and appear each time the sender's name is typed into a search engine.
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Police in NZ receive two to three reports every week about Kiwi children and teenagers posting sexually explicit images or footage of themselves online - including kids as young as 6. Nicholas Jones is an investigative reporter at the New Zealand Herald. Police are receiving two to three reports every week about Kiwi children and teenagers posting sexually explicit images or footage of themselves online - including children as young as 6. That rate is increasing and opposition parties are now calling for better resourcing of a specialist police team to tackle online child exploitation. Detective Senior Sergeant John Michael, the head of the Online Child Exploitation Across New Zealand Oceanz unit, told the Herald the reports almost always relate to material that is self-generated - images and videos put up by young people themselves.
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New Zealand Woman's Weekly. When you walk into Franko Heke and Nikki Rhodes' South Auckland home, you might be offered fresh tea and a cuddle with their pet chicken. You'll be greeted by smoky incense and relaxing background music and, if you're one of their Airbnb guests, quite possibly a naked eyeful.
They are best known for their single, " My House ". In , the duo stated that 'the [Kids of 88] project has concluded. It is known that the two have been best friends for ten years. The duo have described their music as "a cross between a late 80s police drama intro theme and a sophisticated super hussy. With sleazy basslines and mind-numbingly catchy hooks, Kids of 88 are all about poking tongues and making sweaty suggestive innuendos.