A harrowing video of a little girl filming herself giving a make-up tutorial hopes to raise awareness of child abuse , particularly in young girls. It starts with a female, who seems to be no older than 10, giving tip to viewers about how to apply mascara. She then demonstrates to the camera as she applies the make-up to her face. At this point in the clip, a man, who appears to be the child's father, walks into the room and looks directly into the camera. He then begins milling around in the background, closing the curtains as the child looks at him uncomfortably.
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Parents, If Your Kids Have Any of These 10 Dangerous Apps, It’s Time to Hit “Delete”
But when teenagers send each other semi-nude or nude pictures, they violate laws against transmitting child pornography. When sexting gets out of hand, it can have dire and long-lasting consequences. Within 24 hours, it was everywhere. In Ohio, Jessica Logan, 18, sent nude pictures to her boyfriend.
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You may be thinking your kids are downloading apps because they are just a simple way for them to keep in contact with their friends. Here are some potentially dangerous apps that are popular among kids: 1. Tinder: An app that is used for hooking-up and dating. Users can rate profiles and find potential hook-ups via GPS location tracking.
A new movie has been making grown men faint in cinema foyers it happened, apparently, in Los Angeles , while others have retreated, eyes watering and hands cupped protectively over their nether regions. Hard Candy tells what happens when a year-old man picks up a year-old girl in an internet chatroom, and she agrees to go to his place. What transpires is not quite as straightforward as that scenario - familiar from news stories - might suggest.