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TikTok Offers Child Predators Easy Path to Contacting Kids

By Naveen Athrappully, February 16, 2023, The Epoch Times

Since the advent of the internet, child predators have had an easy option to get in touch with minors for sexual relationships. However, TikTok is said to be worsening this problem due to its massive popularity among youngsters. Over 50 percent of American minors are estimated to use TikTok at least once every day. “The audience that’s following these children, a lot of them are adult males that have a sexual interest in children,” Jon Rouse, police veteran who heads a group targeting child sex offenders for Interpol, 

2023-07-21T09:32:40+00:00July 21st, 2023|News Articles|0 Comments

The Bill Comes Due – Our Children Are Paying The Price For Our War On The Family

The Bill Comes Due - Our Children Are Paying The Price For Our War On The Family - Free Teens Youth - Changing Minds, Transforming Lives
SAM FADDIS
APR 17, 2023

“By far the largest part – eighty percent at least – of crimes against property and against the person are perpetrated by individuals who have either lost connection with home life, or never had any, or whose homes had ceased to be sufficiently separate, decent, and desirable to afford what are regarded as ordinary wholesome influences of home and family…”

Jacob A. Reis, “How the Other Half Lives”, writing about New York City’s slums in 1890.

What Reis knew, and what everyone with any common sense knows today, is […]

2023-04-18T19:01:19+00:00April 18th, 2023|News Articles|0 Comments

“Her Brain Was Gone:” Parents Describe Horror of Daughter’s Marijuana-Induced Psychosis

Cat Mayberry grabbed her backpack and ran out the door.

With no jacket, hat, or gloves, she ran through snow flurries on a cold Minnesota day. She ran down the street, and down the hill. She ran down the nature trail near her family’s home in Eden Prairie, a southwest suburb of Minneapolis.

Trent Mayberry, Cat’s dad, ran after his 20-year-old daughter. He caught up to her and grabbed her by her backpack, stopping her. They sat together on the frozen ground. Trent cried. Cat was scared but otherwise expressionless.

“Catherine, I love you so much,” he told his daughter. “We’re trying to […]

2023-04-12T01:01:02+00:00April 12th, 2023|News Articles|0 Comments

Good tech? Bad tech? Worrying Concerns for Parents

By Billy Hallowell – February 22, 2023 The Washington Times

Culture’s ever-complex dynamics have made parenting increasingly tricky. Gone are the days of full-on informational control, with moms and dads now competing against smartphones, tablets, computers and smartwatches for their kids’ attention.

Even when parents intentionally pour extra doses of truth, love and positive messaging into their children, the flow of content from alternative sources, including friends and peers at school, is oppressive at best and mind-altering at worst.

Tragically, it’s all having a dire impact on kids’ perceptions of life, sex and eternal truths about the world around them.

Let’s briefly explore just four […]

2023-03-04T22:14:06+00:00March 4th, 2023|News Articles|0 Comments

3 Things a Child Crimes Investigator Won’t Let Her Own Kids Do – Tips to Avoid Groomers, Sex Predators

BY MICHAEL WING The Epoch times JANUARY 7, 2023  

With disturbing news of child sex predators—groomers and Balenciaga—being exposed lately, parents are hugging their children a little tighter before tucking them in each night.

Few know better what dangers are lurking out there than child crimes investigator Terra Avilla, 36, of the District Attorney’s Office in Susanville, California.

The investigator and mom of three is also a TikTok influencer, going by the handle @thegirlcop, who shares her advice to parents on social media.

In her videos which went viral, Avilla shares three tips for parents to help keep their kids safe from sex predators, […]

2023-01-17T00:07:23+00:00January 17th, 2023|News Articles|0 Comments

TikTok Promotes Content Tied to Eating Disorders and Self-Harm to 13-year-olds, Researchers Say

TikTok starts recommending content tied to eating disorders and self-harm to 13-year-olds within 30 minutes of their joining the platform, according to a report by a UK-based non-profit called the Center for Countering Digital Hate.

TikTok tailors a stream of short videos to people based on their interests, view times and the accounts they follow. It starts recommending content tied to eating disorders and self-harm to 13-year-olds within 30 minutes of their joining the platform, and sometimes in as little as three minutes, according to the report.

Once young users viewed and liked content about body image and mental health, TikTok automatically […]

2023-01-07T00:40:42+00:00January 7th, 2023|News Articles|0 Comments

TikTok promotes engineering and math in China, while making youth in other countries addicted to twerking and porn

TikTok influencers have become so important in the US now that at the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war, US President Joe Biden invited TikTok influencers to the White House and sought their support to push the US agenda online.

By Anurag, July 25, 2022

TikTok, a short-form video hosting service owned by Chinese company ByteDance, is one of the most popular apps across the world. It allows the users to publish short videos on their platform. A lot of content creators have become ‘social media stars’ through this app. However, there is a dark side of this app that, instead of […]

2022-12-31T00:28:58+00:00December 30th, 2022|News Articles|0 Comments

The Important Differences between “Sexual Risk REDUCTION” education and “Sexual Risk AVOIDANCE” education

Learn about the important differences between “Sexual Risk REDUCTION” education and “Sexual Risk AVOIDANCE” education. Reprint permission from ASCEND. For more info, visit www.WeAscend.org.

2022-05-05T21:35:20+00:00May 5th, 2022|Parents & Educators|0 Comments

Having just one drink a day can shrink your brain, new study finds

By Ben Turner , Live Science, March 10, 2022

Just one pint of beer a day can make the brain look two years older.

Drinking even a single pint of beer or glass of wine a day shrinks the brain, and the effect worsens as the daily drinks increase, a new study of middle-age and older adults suggests.

The study, which surveyed over 36,000 U.K. middle-age and older adults, found that, on average, the brains of people who drank two alcoholic units a day — equivalent to a pint (16 ounces) of beer or a 6-ounce glass of wine […]

2022-03-19T07:12:19+00:00March 19th, 2022|News Articles|0 Comments