The Internet predators are out there and your kids are willingly chatting with them.It seems that there is another dangerous trend that teenagers are participating in called Sexting. Research by Cox Communications Inc., in partnership with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children ® (NCMEC) and TV host and children’s advocate John Walsh reveals that more parents are talking to their children about the potential dangers of the Internet.A recent study from the American Psychological Association found some interesting results regarding the statistics of Internet predators and today’s youth.They found that the majority of Internet predators do not pose as children as the prior conception of the Internet predator stereotype was perceived.
With the advent of Facebook and the other thousands of social networking and chat sites on the Internet, danger is only a click away.
It's completely normal to need time to work out who you are. Liking a film, book or music video about same-sex relationships doesn't necessarily mean you must be a certain sexual orientation.
It's possible to find a lot of different types of people sexually attractive.
The investigations involved police officers posing as girls aged between 13 and 16 accessing the internet in order to uncover adults who were seeking to procure children online for sexual activity.
The results of this study show the aggressive and rapid way that children are targeted by adults for sexual purposes.