Category Archives: Policing the Internet

Prevention of Date Rape, Three “NO’s” of Online Friendships

Put a STAR next to this one, y’all, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

There are so many cases of how online dates became date rapes, the Police Department of the City of Taipei remind the youths, to follow the “Three NOT’s” of online dating: “Not too deep”, “Not Exposing Oneself Too Much”, “Not Going Out with Someone You’d Met Online Alone”.  And the parents must zoom in on the number of hours that kids are spending online too, to teach them the RIGHT kind of values, and, if your kids are meeting up with someone they met online, the parents should be closely, to keep an eye out for them.

The online world is false and it is also real, the evil persons would use humor, care and concerns as baits, to lure the females out, and then, they’d RAPED them, there had been many cases already.  The Detective Squad just last month had cracked the Sex Ring, Tien Dao Group”, the main suspect, at the start of this year, lured a twenty-six year old female to the north, on a date, and to shop, but, had spiced her drink with date rape drugs, and forced her to swallow illegal substances, then, forced her to SELL; the female, even though, managed to escape, but was found dead, later, suspected of having too much illegal substances in her system.

This June, the man, Chu (age 22), from Hsinbei City, used “Love Apartments”, and started dating a second year middle school girl, the female student took her younger school mate along to meet up with Chu at a motel, to play cards, and Chu had took advantage of the situation, and RAPED the younger girl.

The police pointed out, that the teenagers are faced with the online age, liked going into chat rooms, even as they’d done their homework, they’d needed to conduct researches online; making friends online had become the norm for this generation, but it would also allow those who are evil, to use it, to lure those young and naïve girls, then, to FORCE them to have sex with them.

The police called out to the parents, that in order to protect the children, other than showing care and concerns every now and then, they must also teach and correct children’s way of using the internet too.

The police used the Three Simple Rules of “NO”: Not getting into too deep, NOT showing too much of one’s own skins, NOT go out on private dates; to NOT let the world wide web affect your regular life, to NOT give out one’s own personal information or to send videos or photographs that are too sexually illicit, and if you must meet, meet the person in a highly populated area.

If the children must meet up with an online friend, make sure that they’re NOT there alone, there must be a friend or a family there too; at the same time, the children should also let the parents know the time of the meeting, the place, and the time when they’ll be home, that way, their safety will be secured, and they will be safer too.

Yeah, all of that is extremely I-D-E-A-L still, but, which one of you, (hadn’t properly gone THROUGH puberty) would tell your mommies and daddies, where you are 24/7?  And, because of how “wired” we’d all become these days, there would still be an INFLUX of WOLVES (ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhooooooooooooooo!!!) online, and, this time, Little Red becomes Granny the moment they’d accepted that “e-vite” (electronic invitation???).


Filed under Awareness, Online Relationships, Policing the Internet

Internet Porn & Its Effects on Children

On, written by: Helen A. S. Popkin…

A father recently sat down to have “the talk” with his 10-year-old son. After he got through the basics on the birds and the bees, the boy asked, “Why do men wear masks when they’re having sex?”

Though the father said he had parental controls engaged on his iPad, the son managed to find a fetish site depicting men in masks.

As the anecdote told by sex educator Cindy Gallop so plainly illustrates, kids look at porn. Kids look at porn on the Internet. And yes, let’s go further: Your kids look at porn on the Internet. Gross? Probably, yes. But it’s reality.

Keeping your kids from Internet porn is practically impossible, experts agree. Whether kids under 18 deliberately searched out sexually explicit sites, or stumbled upon them accidentally, approximately 40 percent see Internet porn every year, the study found. And yes, all that exposure does leave a mark: “Although research is scarce, investigators see links between young people who access Web porn and unhealthy attitudes toward sex,” the American Psychological Association noted in 2007.

But parents don’t have to be powerless. Explaining to your kids that difference between pornography and what goes on between consenting adults in real life is key, say some sex educators. You won’t want to do it. Your kid won’t want to hear it. And unfortunately, because of the Internet, that conversation has to come sooner rather than later. But it may make all the difference to kids when they’re grown.

“This is not because 8-year-olds go looking for porn, it’s a function of what they’re shown on someone’s cell phone on the playground, what happens when they go out to the neighbor’s house,” said Gallop, a fervent proponent of reality-based sex education. Preparing kids for a healthy sex life as adults was part of her message Saturday at “The Future of Porn” talk at South by Southwest Interactive in Austin.

Gallop is CEO and founder of Make Love Not Porn, a website dedicated to correcting sexual misconceptions picked up by viewers of professional for-profit pornography. The Internet venture does this, in part, by curating videos of “real sex” uploaded to the platform by “real people” — not “porn stars.” (Obviously, the video portion of the website is for adults only.) But as Gallop emphasized, the misconceptions picked up through pornography can start at a very young age.

“It doesn’t matter what parental controls you put in place, kids live their lives in other places … or an 8-year-old does something really cute and innocent. They discover a new naughty word and they Google it.” Next thing you know, Gallop pointed out, that curious boy or girl is one or two clicks away from something he or she is too young to understand.

The exposure may result in relationships that lack scope and communication. “Too many young people start their sexual careers attempting to duplicate porn, not realizing that this model lacks so much,” noted sex educator and author Dr. Marty Klein recently wrote in the Huffington Post.

“With valuable face-to-face communication increasingly replaced by brief digital syllables … young adults’ ability to simply talk about what goes on in bed … is lagging further and further behind the needs of their sexual encounters — whether hookup or more intimate.”

Kids don’t want to hear a lot of things. They don’t want to hear that they shouldn’t drive too fast or date the mean hot person or eat fast food all the time. But if the Internet is going to put your kids in the path of a virtual tsunami of porn, the least you can do is warn them about it.

You DO know how children have the tendency to get their HEADS STUCK inside that cookie jar, right?  And, so, there is still NO WAY you can possibly PREVENT this sort of an early exposure, unless, unless, unless, oh yeah, you LOCK them up in that FUCKING (oopsy!!!) ivory tower, and then, you THROW away the freakin’ keys, and, DO make sure you “trim” Rapunzal’s H-A-I-R, so they won’t find a way to GET outside of that IVORY T-O-W-E-R!!!

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Filed under Getting Exposed Too Young, Growing Up Too Fast, Policing the Internet