Breaking News! Teenaged High-Schoolers Are Sex Obsessed and Might Even Possess Poor Risk Assessment Skills


Not an actual picture from Cañon City H.S.

Colorado Sexting Scandal Rocks High School: Police Say Students Could Face Felony Charges

The Colorado sexting scandal involving hundreds of students in the Cañon City School District has left parents in outrage (outraged that they can’t view their son’s phones), and police say some students could face felony charges. A report from NBC News states that authorities in Colorado have launched an investigation into the sex scandal, which reportedly involved half the football team and caused school officials to forfeit Friday’s game.

“A tip led to a couple more names, an interview led to a couple more. At one point it was, ‘Well, everybody is doing this,’” Cañon City principal Bret Meuli told the local news station. “Of course, we didn’t believe them up front and the more we looked, the more we said, ‘You know, hey, we have to turn this over to the PD. This is deeper than us.’”

“It’s hundreds, and I mean it was flooring to us how many photos that we were finding on the phones that we confiscated,” Meuli was quoted as saying.
Four our mild mannered BCF readers, or for any time travelers that have just blasted in from say… 1974, the story goes on to explain just what the heck sexting is:
Sexting is defined as the practice of sending images with sexual or erotic content electronically, mainly through a mobile phone. Usually, this type of content is shared between people who maintain some kind of emotional attachment or under virtual relationships to show interest in the other person.
  • Felony charges for all!

  • Exile1981

    If everyone was consenting and no one was under age why would there be felony charges?

    • Xavier

      Because by the law, they are under age and in possession of child pornography. A few months ago, a girl at another school was charged for possessing pictures of herself on her phone. These kids are probably going to be carrying a sex offender stigma forever.

      I’m not saying they are innocent, but the law is insane.

      • Exile1981

        ouch. Sex offender status for taking a selfie of your johnson, thats going to screw up more than a few lives.

    • Barbara

      Right, and according to an earlier article at BCF Ontario teens are told it is fine by a governor general award winner, even if under age but have a relationship. If they add and O for Orgie to LGBTQ than it could even be part of the curriculum!

  • andycanuck

    So what high school is it a photo of?
    Asking for a friend.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I will tell you as soon as they approve my substitute-teacher’s credentials.

      • Alain

        I see there is a vacancy for substitute part-time teachers now that Justin has been crowned, so you do have a chance.

  • chayisun

    We had the same thing in my time. It was called National Geographic magazine. Couldn’t wait for the photos from African villages. Educational purposes you know.

  • Clausewitz

    Back in the 70’s I resembled those headlines. But what the hell, I fumbled though life and turned out OK.

  • ntt1

    the class of 73 only had polaroid cameras and were damn glad to have them.I remember huddles around lockers as long promised polaroids were shared.
    Pre photocopier Mass reproduction was multistep and expensive.
    If we had had today’s phones it would have been the same but with a little more psychoactive alkaloid influences perhaps.

    • lolwut?

      and a lot more hair

      • ntt1

        indeed my daughter found some old passport shots of me circa 1973. It rocked her world. that picture of the hottie in the private school kilt is pretty much spot on except they used to wear miniskirts with bib and suspender type fronts that presented all the goodies on display ..sigh.. now wheres my time machine….

  • Alain

    Just another thing caused by man-made global warming I am sure. It shouldn’t take long for the followers of the latest religion to confirm it.

  • Tom Forsythe

    If they are too young to give legal consent in the matter, they are too young to form criminal intent in the matter. Destroy the images and have the parents and school punish them. Unless they are selling the images, or an adult is involved, it shouldn’t be a law enforcement issue.

  • Blind Druid

    To hell with them. We all got hung out to dry in the small minded media from getting busted with a stupid little joint when we were their age, sometimes with consequences for life. Now they are getting busted for showing their pussies on the internet. Same shit, young is stupid. To hell with them. Deal with it like we had to.

  • lolwut?

    Uh oh, better burn those Polaroids I took in grade 8