Staying Safe Online
Know your rights and responsibilities!
Age of criminal responsibility
Don't worry, if you keep the messages (don't delete them), then the police can use them as evidence and the bully (or bullies) can be prosecuted under the Malicious Communications Act (1988). SO IT'S ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA TO KEEP ANY HURTFUL MESSAGES, NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU WANT TO DELETE THEM!!!
This is a stupid thing to do, as even if you trust your girl/boyfriend who you are sending the photos to, if you two break up, then s/he may do something entirely regrettable in a split second: they might forward the photo of you to other people, and then you completely lose control of that image, so it could end up anywhere. Just imagine, you've just had an interview with a company of some sort, and one of the first things they will do is search you. How embarrassing would it be for them to see indecent images of you, and to refuse you on the spot? Very. It would make it much harder to get a job, as each and every company will search your name on the internet and see these photos of you. Uh oh, good luck in your later life!