A teenage girl is tricked into having sex on a webcam

sex on a webcam
sex on a webcam

According to reports, girls between the ages of 11 and 13 are being tricked into performing sex acts on their own webcams.  Some people have a more extreme striming, i.e. broadcasting from a camera mounted on a drone. Because such a picture is more interesting and may attract more people to see it.

According to the Internet Watch Foundation, 80% of sexual selfies found in child sexual abuse image searches are of children of that age.

Last year, the charity started a photo campaign for 37,000 children. About 30,000 young people.

The executive said that the number of cases is growing rapidly.

Read the message

Susie Hargreaves has described the rise of these home-made paintings and films as a “national crisis”.

Children often look at the camera, read the message, tell them something, and obey.

The IWF says that one-third of websites containing images of child sexual abuse are pictures of girls’ homes, often in a family setting.

“Images and videos of girls being groomed, forced and coerced into performing sexual acts are becoming a national crisis,” Hargreaves said.

“There has never been a more exciting time to shed light on the uncomfortable realities we live in.”
“He enjoys”

Victims are increasingly rejuvenated as children can access webcams from phones in their bedrooms.

“You are very vulnerable at this age,” Ms. Hargreaves said.

“They are still developing physically and they are not mature enough emotionally to understand what is going on.

“She likes to say she’s pretty. She often thinks she’s in a relationship.”

One victim told the BBC she was tricked into sending nude photos online to a man claiming to be a model recruiter.

The 13-year-old victim said: ‘After I sent this photo, his attitude towards me changed.

She sent another photo, said she was forced to share her home address and threatened that if she didn’t send the first picture, it would be printed out and hung on the fence near her school. .

The victim, now a few years old, said a man came to her home, assaulted her in her bedroom and took more pictures.

“I didn’t understand it at the time, but the criminal who came to my house was the same person I was talking to online,” the victim said.

“From the very beginning, he said that he printed the pictures I posted on the Internet last night and put them on a plate, and that if I didn’t do what he said, or if I did, he will spread them to others. Everyone.”

Call message

Ms Hargreaves urged young people who come across images of minors while viewing online pornography to report it and “save child victims of sexual abuse”.

Reports can be submitted quickly, anonymously and securely here.

Details on the types of images found and the age groups affected have been published for the first time.

Police Commissioner Simon Bailey, who heads the National Police Commissioner’s Child Protection Committee, said:

“Doing this means educating people about the law and holding them accountable, especially especially about reporting sex images or tapes of people under the age of 18. It will help fight crime, remove obscenity, and most importantly, minimize harm to victims. “

According to Tink Palmer of the Marie Collins Foundation, pornography favors children.

“All Internet users should know that anyone who uploads or downloads this material is breaking the law by viewing it.