NEWS4SA - Sep 21 - 40% of millennial women in the U.S. have reported receiving an unsolicited nude picture, according to a YouGov study. Rep. Morgan Meyer, R-Dallas, filed House Bill 2789. It took effect September 1, 2019 after Governor Greg Abbott signed it into effect. The law makes sending a nude photo without the recipient's consent a Class C misdemeanor with a fine of up to $500. Bumble helped push for the law. However, not everyone seems on board with the new law. Attorney Don Flanary says the way HB 2789 is written broad and violates the First Amendment, because it specifically bans the "unlawful electronic transmission of sexually explicit visual material." Flanary says something "sexually explicit" isn't necessarily considered "obscene". "Obscenity" is not protected by the First Amendment. He says "obscenity" is what's missing from the law's wording. For example, images of breastfeeding on social media could now be considered illegal. Texting a picture of your body to your doctor for medical reasons could be as well.