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ABSTRACT. This article reviews and advances existing literature concerning the relationship between self-made sexually explicit pictures, gendered risks of harm, and online victimization. Using and replicating data from DrEd, MediaSmarts, Our Watch, Plan International Australia, Relationships Australia, Statista, Strohmaier et al. (2014), and Survata, I performed analyses and made estimates regarding perceived frequency of sharing sexts by peers and close friends (%), sexting by relationship status (yes, %), and the most common online sexual risks experienced by U.S. Internet users (%). Data were analyzed using structural equation modeling.

Keywords: nude content; problematic behavior; self-made sexually explicit picture

How to cite: Gutberlet, Trish (2019). “Is Sharing Nude Content a Problematic Behavior? Self-Made Sexually Explicit Pictures, Gendered Risks of Harm, and Online Victimization,” Journal of Research in Gender Studies 9(2): 57–63. doi:10.22381/JRGS9220195

Received 18 June 2019 • Received in revised form 2 December 2019
Accepted 5 December 2019 • Available online 15 December 2019

Trish Gutberlet
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The Artificially Intelligent Algorithmic Systems
Research Unit at ISBDA, Glasgow, Scotland

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