The Hunting S1 Ep4 - Sluts
Nassim and Dip's confession to the police leads them to court. While tensions bubble over, the judge throws the case out - which is a relief, but also doesn't bring any justice for Andy. As everyone tries to return to their lives, Ray is forced to confront that he may have done more harm than good as Dip is removed from his maths class - and turns to a reluctant Eliza for help. While Zoe and Dip seek some kind of retribution against Andy, Simone finally accepts the reality of her family - and the fact that there might not be anything she can do about them.
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An intense and compelling exploration of the impact of a teen nude photo scandal upon four teenagers, their teachers and families.

Sexting and social media

Dealing with sex in the digital age. 

This is a deep dive into episode 4 of SBS’s brand-new original drama, ‘The Hunting’.
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It’s the tech that’s the problem.
How should parents respond when teen sexting is now a normal part of the social fabric?
Once our clothes come off, there’s an uncertainty and vulnerability we’re just not used to.
Jessie Tu writes about the steps parents and teachers can take.
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Talking about it

There's a lot to be said about consent, sexting and privacy.  

It's a form of harassment that didn’t exist even a few years ago.
'The Hunting' star on teens expressing sexuality online, and what he learned from filming the role of misogynistic lawyer and father Nick Luke.
Consent has become a challenging area for schools, universities and parents. From sex to sexting, how do young people figure out what consent means?
An estimated one in seven teens is sending sexually explicit texts.
Many consider it a normal and even healthy part of a relationship, writes writes Melissa Isabella Meyer, University of Cape Town.
My parents would lose face if any explicit photos of me made their way into the public sphere.
With the internet giving people unlimited access to each other, the fight to stop bullying has become more challenging. We meet two women tackling the problem in...