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sext·ing

 (sĕks′tĭng)
n.
The digital transmission of sexually explicit messages or images, especially photographs or videos of oneself, usually by cell phone.

[Blend of sex and texting.]
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Duffy, who had no previous convictions and was a first-year undergraduate studying maths at Greenwich University, avoided jail after his barrister said he could be helped by the Internet Sex Offenders treatment programme.
The disgraced teacher was also ordered to take part in an internet sex offender treatment programme, to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work and to pay PS340 costs.
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Washington, July 29 ( ANI ): Bill and Hillary Clinton are angry with New York mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner and his campaign to compare his Internet sex scandals to the Clintons' notorious White House story.
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Rehab centre The Rutland Centre is blaming the surge on several factors - but mainly the explosion of the internet sex industry.

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