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CHAT ON THE NET IS IT SAFE

Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
THERE BEEN ALL THIS STUFF AT THE MOMENT ABOUT SICK OLD MEN ON THE NET IN TEEN CHAT ROOMS. I THS REALLY MAKES ME THINK , I MEAN IVE HAD CYBER A COUPLE OF TIMES YET I AVEN'T GOTTA A CLUE HOW WIV , THIS IS A REALLY SCAREY THOUGHT. WOT DO YOU ALL THINK,

BUT I THINK IF THEY DONT ALLOW USE TEEN AGERS TO GO ON CHAT ROOMS , ITS NOT FAIR , AS ALL THE ADULTS AT THE MOMENT AVE GOT INTO THE HEAD THAT EVERY ONE ON THE NET I A PEDERFILE AND THAT WE ALL TALK ABOUT SEX TO THEM

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  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Personally I dont c the point of 'cyber' sex at all... Tried it once n just ended up taking the piss outta the girl.

    U never know who ur chatting to if u do it. could be a 13 yr old kid to a 60 yr old man, boys pretending to be girls, e.t.c.

    Fair enuff in voice chat it might be good but reading stuff thats written up on a screen, dont really do it for me.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
    It tried cyberin' once, but I found it a bit crap actually. I mean, this lad was telling me what he wanted to do to me, and it was SOOO obvious he had no idea what he was talking about, I had laugh. Most people fake their identity in a chat room, like lie about the way they look, age, etc. But then again, does it really matter? If a 13 year-old participates in cybersex they know exactly what they're doing, and if the '15year-old' is really an OAP, does it that matter? No. It's sick, but there's no reason that it will ever affect the kid. It's when they're naive enough to agree to MEET UP with them that it becomes a problem. It's when it goes beyond a bit of harmless fun that people get hurt. The world is crawling with sickos, but no-one makes that clear enough to the people most vulnerable and most likely to fall victim.

    *|* Chica *|*


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  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Hmmmm, yes it does matter if an OAP is pretending to be 15 so he can have cybersex with a teenager! U may argue that it is not physical sexual abuse but how would u feel as say a 13 year old girl who finds out she had cybersex with a dirty old man. He had lied to her about his age and she will more than likely feel dirty and used. How would u like to find out u had been giving sexual pleasure to a paedophile whether u were physically there or not?

    Many paedophiles use the net by going into teen chat rooms and pretending to be a teen. They lure young ppl into private chat rooms and then lure them into a cybersex session.

    This is how the paedophile gets his victim to be afraid of telling their parents. Because they feel like they have done something they wouldn't want their parents to know about and the paedophile has something over them.

    There have been loads of reported cases where the dirty old man has used this against kids and got them to give their personal details over resulting in the kids involved being sexually abused.

    Do not underestimate these sick bastards, they r extremely cunning.

    They r so sly that they will have a vetted interest in things that kids like such as types of music, etc, etc. They have even been reported to send pictures of a young person claiming it is them.

    Any teens that r into cybering, just be careful. Paedophiles posing as teens on the net is way more common than u think.

    If u have any more concerns as a teen chatter or a parent check out: www.chatdanger.com

  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
    My point was that is doesn't matter if the kid DOESN'T find out. Obviously I'm not saying it's OK for a sick old geezer to have cybersex with a kid, whether he meets with them or not. I'm trying to saying that the kid wouldn't be hurt by it. The trick is not to fall into their trap, so really kids who aren't mature enough to cope with this concept shouldn't have access to a chatroom, if they may be put in this situation. That's more realistic than disposing of all paedophiles, which is my other thought. Shame kids have to lose out though.

    *|* Chica *|*


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  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I agree that its a shame that kids r not able to always feel safe in chat rooms.

    The best we can do is to educate everyone of the dangers.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
    True, but usually the ones who don't feel safe are the ones who don't go giving out their addresses to these sickos. But hey, that's the way of the world I guess <IMG alt="image" SRC="http://www.thesite.org/ubb/frown.gif"&gt;
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