About three decades ago, the writer/director Woody Allen was caught taking nude pictures of his now-wife. At the time she was just barely 18, but the fact was that she was a legal adult and not a minor. If she consented to him taking nude photos of her, it was her business and no one else's. There was no internet and so the pics never made it to a larger audience.
Times have changed. Nude pictures are still being taken, of course, but nowadays they are falling into the wrong hands on a regular basis--many a starlet has had her computer hacked and videos or photos of her en flagrante posted across the internet. With that comes notoriety and some unwelcome fame, but it also has an effect on our kids. Suddenly, behaviors that parents would never have considered have become commonplace and the norm. Sending pics of your genitals has become a popular pastime among high-schoolers. If one of those is intercepted, do you know the penalty your child will face?