Summary by Emerald O’Brien
Emotional grooming is a process by which the perpetrator or “Con” manipulates their target’s emotions to seduce, coerce, or con them into sexual behavior. They most likely learned their behavior from peers, media, or other adult role models. Most Cons have never seen or experienced the mutual respect and selfless behaviors it takes to maintain or create a healthy relationship.
Perpetrators of sexual crimes and that is what it is, can be male or female. They need two things, first to control their victim to create a false sense of trust and second, secrecy.
Actor Terry Crews explains why he confronted his porn addiction and how he was able to overcome it.
A powerful documentary that exposes the REAL content of many “comprehensive” sex ed programs promoted in the U.S. and internationally that have little to do with health, and more about indoctrination about “sexual rights” to have sex AT ANY AGE without understanding of the implications for one’s life!
Sexting among children in the UK has risen dramatically during lockdown, with some girls as young as six composing sexually explicit messages.
SafeToNet, a free phone safety app available via the gov.uk website, said the number of messages children attempted to send had risen by 183 per cent.
The app analyses message content and stops harmful messages from being sent. It also offers guidance as a message is being composed.
The figures also revealed a 55 per cent rise in the number of ‘sexts’ drafted during normal school hours.
Girls were more likely to try to send explicit messages than boys, and eleven-year-olds […]