Edit: A few people (as I cynically predicted) got the wrong idea about my answer on the nudes so for clarification: Of course we shouldn't blame the victims of nudes leaks for simply taking photos when the fault is entirely with the person non-consensually sharing them. I would love to live in a world where we can freely enjoy our sexualities without fear - but that is not our world and until it is, my honest advice is I do not think you should trust people with naked photos of yourself and no one below the age of 18 should take nudes because it is illegal. Do you disagree with that? I hope you can see the difference between what advice should be given to young people about naked pictures and an opinion on blame which is was not.
Generally these Internet Support Group videos are terrible for bringing up any remotely controversial topic as at the end of the day it is a YouTube video designed to be entertaining. I can only pick questions I can read in 15 seconds and answer in 15 seconds. Half of the problems I choose get edited out and the advice that ends up in the video is usually halved in length. I cannot possibly give an in-depth answer to complicated questions in such a short amount of time so I try to condense the issues they are dealing with into little pearls of personal wisdom that I genuinely hope will be helpful to my young audience. To me the fear of being misinterpreted (which I have every time I upload one of these) is not as important as the actual good that I feel I can do by sharing what I honestly consider to be good advice with the influence I have, that is why I make these videos. Please try to think critically about other explanations for what you may think before you express an unconsidered thought that may incite unnecessary drama. Peace.