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She has heard of cases where the abusive partner may take the partner's password to check up on him or her routinely.Other times, the abuser may violate their partner's privacy by breaking into their e-mail or checking their phone. He decided that he wanted to cum inside of her while standing up so he lifted her up into his arms and fucked her up against the wall with her legs wrapped around his waist. He felt truly fortunate that she was so sexy and lightweight and that she could bounce on top of him in many different positions, bringing him to near orgasm every time.(CNN) -- There were no scars, no bruises to indicate the abuse Allyson Pereira, a 16-year-old high school sophomore in New Jersey, had suffered. She said he gave her an offer: Text him a naked picture of herself, and he would get back together with her. Pereira, who was featured in the MTV anti-digital dating abuse campaign, "A Thin Line," in December, has been speaking out against the growing problem of digital dating abuse among teens.Her emotional pain was caused by her high school boyfriend, who blitzed her with cruel comments via instant messages, e-mails and My Space, calling her ugly and accusing her of cheating. Pereira, now 21, regrets sending her boyfriend the topless picture that was subsequently forwarded to other students in her high school. In the MTV documentary, Pereira's parents and friends also warned about the consequences of sexting photos like the one that caused Pereira such pain.Therapy and time has helped her move past the digital abuse she endured.One afternoon, she offered some advice on what teens should do if they are victims of digital dating violence.
Jennings said social networking, which can connect hundreds and thousands of students, gives the abusive partner more leverage.
The abusive teens may also monitor their partners' behaviors on social media sites such as Facebook and My Space.
To combat digital dating abuse, several organizations have launched campaigns to educate teenage girls and boys about the damaging consequences of digital dating abuse.
In fact, this study showed that boys are more likely to be victims: about 5 percent of boys and 3 percent of girls had a romantic partner upload or share a humiliating photograph online.
Kevin Jennings, assistant deputy secretary of education for the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools, says digital dating abuse is becoming a more frequent problem among teens.