People Sext Their Parents In Hilariously Uncomfortable Buzzfeed Video. How Do the Parents Respond?
Most young adults have probably sexted at some point, but how many people can say they've sent a sext to their parents? Well, thanks to a BuzzFeed video, there are at least a few poor souls who can claim as much — though they're defining sexting more broadly to include sexually charged messages as well as dirty pics. Thankfully. Still, how would you get someone to send such a thing to one of their parents, you ask? Why, you pay them of course.
In the modern era, of course, sexting is everywhere, at least if you're a young person. After all, the phenomenon of boys trying to initiate sexy-talk out of the blue via text is so common it has its own Tumblr. And when it comes to deciding whether or not to sext using dirty images, most teenage girls find themselves in a "damned if you do, damned if you don't" sort of position. Nevertheless, peer pressure is strong when it comes to sexting. After all, pretty much everyone's doing it — and especially on Tuesday mornings, for some strange reason.
But sending a sext to one of your parents is another story entirely. This is uncharted territory, a place where (hopefully) no one has ever gone on purpose before. And how will the parents respond to such unexpected messages from their children? I'll let you find out...