In recent weeks, a phenomenon referred to as "revenge porn" has been growing strongly in Ouanaminthe (common North East department), according to information gathered by AlterPresse.

Girls in full sexual romps videos are distributed everywhere throughout the city at the beginning of this year 2015, by ex-partners and friends.

Some of the recordings would be made in places a little covered, even within schools.

These tapes includes groups, straight, bisexual and gay sexual activities are circulated by friends who would not appear on the records.

After a break up, in revenge, exes share videos with friends who also share with other friends.

Dozens of girls and boys are in this situation.

The majority of victims are girls, including minors. They are, for the most part, students attending educational institutions at Ouanaminthe.

Several of them are about to be excluded, after the leaders of these schools were informed of the situation.

"One of our students are involved in the scandal. But we have not yet decided his fate, "said an official of one of the schools concerned.

These videos mostly run by remote data sharing devices, especially via WhatsApp.

Boys, apparently dissatisfied with the current distribution, showing their intention to broadcast the images on Facebook and YouTube, to reach a much wider audience.

The county office of the Ministry for Women and women's rights (MCFDF) was not aware of this situation, developing in Ouanaminthe informed Rose Marla Minion, departmental director (Northeast) MCFDF, contacted by AlterPresse the online agency.

But Rose Marla Séide encourages victims to file a complaint with judicial officials.

The Departmental MCFDF also urges the leaders of women's organizations in Ouanaminthe to be more inactive in this case and to act to safeguard the dignity of these girls.

The subject provokes debate around the city of Ouanaminthe. The victims are ridiculed.

No action has yet been taken by Haitian authorities to curb the problem of pornographic videos of minors being distributed around the country.

This growing issue is not exclusively in Ouanaminthe, Hougansydney.com have found similar situations in the remote locality of Gandou, in Bainet, where young men would sell to others these pornographic materials, indiscriminately; to children as young as 8 years old,  and to adults for a very small fee.

Parents are often not aware of these situations since they exercise no control over their children's cell phones, and even if they did, they have no idea how to operate these devices. 

Haiti has seen its population access to a cell phone risen from about 10% to 80% in about a decade; the telecom giant Digicel and others have made cell phone access easy for everyone, and with it, these growing concerns for parents.