A message to our younger girls …. and young boys…under the age of 18 years..


There are times I scratch my head in amazement the internet these days is overflowing with many ideas, made up of good, reasonably good, average and then you have the nasty, evil, sadistic side of life…images (10)

Because it is well, newish and I have to say very FULL of FREE notably sites that will show you females who have no real idea of the damage they will do to themselves in many years to come.. Let me paint you a very simple picture

Your 18 sending innocent nude pics to a boyfriend (let’s face it you will marry him, have his millions of babies and never leave him, right!)

So, you forget about those many naked pictures of yourself showing every curve, every inch and every beautiful full smile with all the love that you sent this person.

Then you both split up, never to reunite.. then let’s say in a few years from now your 25 did your travelling, have nearly completed your studies or your already working in a fun fulfilling job.  Then you marry, have your beautiful babies and your husband calls you from his study….

Suddenly, those many years prior and forgotten pictures are spread over the internet millions and millions of you everywhere and there is nothing you can do…

what if your children see it or even worse that your innocent actions to a stupid, ego boy who couldn’t wait to spread it all over the internet..

The motto of this short story is this is only a picture.. this isn’t Cam Modelling, nor is it a mature women who understands her rights this is a beautiful young girl who is only 18 years old and all she did was forwarded her pictures to her boyfriend via mobile thinking that he loves you so much that he would never hurt you or do such horrid things like a simple picture that isn’t so simple..

You see every action in your life ….. you must understand girls that sharing anything that you feel is sexy isn’t wise… the internet is such a savage, nasty pool of Men waiting and preying on those that know no better… this isnt your fault.. this is just life!!

Life on the Internet that will strike you down and hurt you and your children..becareful what you share to those that have not earned your trust, love and at least sacrificed years with one another..

Report it… Don’t do it….. Be smart girls…….. please… be smart……

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Chilling video about teenage girl groomed online before being raped and murdered that every parent should watch

Click onto this video below its real and its happening

Sexting and the law

Under Australian law, sexting involving a child under 18 years old is a criminal offence even when it’s consensual. Under the Crimes, Legislation Amendment Act (No.2) 2014, it can be seen as either child pornography or as an indecent act. Your child could face jail and be listed on the sexual offenders register.

Also, sexting is illegal in all Australian states and territories, except in Victoria and Tasmania. In these states it’s legal if both people are under 18 and there’s no more than a two-year age gap.

If your child is involved in sexting and someone reports your child to the police, your child could be charged with distribution or possession of child pornography. This could happen even if your child or a boyfriend, girlfriend or someone else taking part in the sexting has consented to it.

The police decide whether to charge and prosecute someone depending on the seriousness of the situation. If the sexting involves harassment or threats, the police are more likely to press charges – for example, if someone keeps bothering your child with requests for a naked picture, or keeps sending your child naked pictures that he doesn’t want.

 

How to report image-based abuse to the eSafety Commissioner

Under recent changes to the Enhancing Online Safety Act 2015 (the Act) , we can help with the removal of intimate images or videos, and in some cases, take action against the person who shared intimate images or videos without the consent of the person in the images.

For help with image-based abuse, please complete our online report form. Based on the information you provide in the form, your report will be submitted to us as either a complaint or an objection notice .

Who can make a report about image-based abuse?

Any of the following persons can report image-based abuse to us:

  • the person in the intimate image or video
  • a person authorised by the person in the intimate image or video to make a report on their behalf
  • a parent or guardian on behalf of a child who is under 16
  • a parent or guardian on behalf of a person who is in a mental or physical condition that makes them incapable of managing their own affairs.

Please be aware that we can only help if:

  • the person in the image ordinarily resides in Australia, or
  • the person who posted the image ordinarily resides in Australia, or
  • the intimate image is hosted in Australia.

What is the difference between a complaint and an objection notice?

complaint can be made by a person or someone on their behalf where:

  • an intimate image has been posted, or threatened to be posted, without their consent
  • the posting, or threatened posting, is to a social media service, website or by some other electronic means
  • there is an Australian connection, that is:
    • the person in the intimate image lives in Australia, or
    • the person who posted, or threatened to post, the intimate image lives in Australia, or
    • the intimate image is hosted in Australia.

An objection notice can be given by a person or someone on their behalf where:

  • an intimate image has been posted
  • there is an Australian connection, that is:
    • the person in the intimate image lives in Australia, or
    • the person who posted the intimate image lives in Australia, or
    • the intimate image is hosted in Australia.

Objection notices may be useful where a person initially consented to the posting of the intimate image or video but now wants it removed.

The action we may be able to take differs depending on whether a complaint or objection notice is made to us about the intimate image or video.

We can take removal action in response to both complaints and objection notices.

We may also be able to take action against the person who posted, or threatened to post, the intimate image without consent, but only in relation to complaints.

You can find out more about complaints and objection notices by looking at the Act  . The relevant sections of the Act are section 19A for complaints and section 19B for objection notices.

Make a report

imagebasedabuse@esafety.gov.au

 

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