The Canadian Centre for Child Protection wants to raise awareness of a practice that is popular on the Web: sextorsion. A mix of sex and extortion that touches a lot teenagers from the geek to the sportsman. In the pub, a narrator shows us, all hanging on their phones, consoles and even virtual reality headphones, in their bed or taking pictures in the bathroom. Obsessed with their physical appearance, touching muscles and combing their moustache, teenagers are often inclined to send nudes and photos of their intimate parts to strangers encountered online. A dangerous practice that can lead to blackmail. Interlocutors may be able to ask for money or more nude photos in exchange for the non-publication of the first pictures. In front of a hearing full of teenagers, the narrator suggests sending instead a picture of a naked mole rat to avoid any problem of sextorsion. Category : Major causes Agency : No Fixed Address Inc.