Modern technology has brought us an interesting case in Pennsylvania.
The basic deal is this, one girl used her cellphone to take pictures of her tits and then texted the pictures to some dudes. Around the same time another high school dude took a cell phone video of a girl blowing him.
As you can imagine within a day or two the picture and the video had been forwarded to essentially every student in the high school. When the school administration eventually found out, they called in the cops to investigate it as incidences of "child pornography."
But, is it?
Under the law the girl who took pictures of her own boobs is both the victim and perpetrator of the crime - since she created and distributed pictures of her own underage boobs.
I agree that what she did isn't bright. But... imagine instead of sending pics of her tits on her cellphone she had simply taken off her blouse and flashed her schoolmates at a school football game. The result would have been the same - most of the school seeing her tits - but no one would consider it pornography. So, how does using a mechanical device to show your tits become a serious legal problem when you can show them to anyone you want without a camera?
The blow job video is obviously a murkier issue. Any dude that films himself getting head and then forwards the video to his friends is clearly a dick. And it's unclear whether the girl knew she was being video taped (though I suspect it would be hard not to notice that the dude you were blowing was holding a camera above your head.)
Still, from a strictly legal point of view that dude could be considered a victim as well - since the video obviously contains images of his dick. Again - and I'm not saying this would have been a good thing - but she could have blown him in front of a bunch of people at a party - and it wouldn't be considered "child pornography." Though it would have been dumb.
So, where is the line?
Think of it this way - if it's illegal to send out pictures of your own boobs, how else could the child sex laws be used.
Could a 15 year old girl be charged with statutory rape if she's caught masturbating - since she's technically not old enough to give sexual consent to anyone, including herself?