how into keep Your kids safe From exploitation #Public_FileFebruary 9, 2020
Parents teaching their kids about their bodies from a young age, as well as what is and isn’t appropriate is one of the first steps in making sure your kids stay safe, according to Brooke Hendrickx, from the Child Abuse Council of the Quad Cities.
“If kids have ownership over their bodies, and they understand what’s safe and what’s unsafe,” Hendrickx said.
Hendrickx says that one of the best things you can do when your child gets into a questionable situation, is to listen to them when they voice their concerns.
Trusting that if a kid doesn’t feel safe, or comfortable around a person that feeling is coming from somewhere,” Hendrickx said.
And it isn’t always unknown threats or adult predators that you need to be aware of–It could be your kid’s classmates or friends that could be sending explicit images to them.
“Any inappropriate picture, especially if it is a nude photo of someone, a friend, that’s just sending it because they think they’re being funny…tell somebody.”
“Online is an ever changing environment,” Hendrickx said.
“I think it’s really important as parents to monitor, to never think that your kid won’t do something.
So consistent monitoring is a good thing.
Ask questions, and ask them in an environment where the child’s not put on the defensive, but it’s more of a conversation, and an ongoing learning experience.”
As I picked up my morning coffee, I scoped out the place for possible prey. A new cock to suck from a suitable guy was on my breakfast menu. I made eye contact with a good-looking 30-something but quickly realized that he was a former conquest. As he approached to say hello, I raised my hand like a traffic cop and shook my head no. He stopped and retreated, obviously disappointed. I was looking for some fresh meat. However, I was so horny and hungry for cock and hot cum that if nothing new was to my liking I would go back to the 30-something, but I had to act quickly, as always.