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Research published by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children found that only 4 percent of online sex crimes against minors implicated older men.
A comparison of three successive national surveys of kids aged ten to seventeen found that those receiving such come-ons dropped 50 percent from 2000 to 2010, to just 9 percent.disclaimer: this website contains adult material, all members appearing on this site have contractually represented to us that they are over 18 years of age. North Carolina’s Supreme Court just upheld a law making it a crime for a former sex offender to use social media that minors also use—that is, any social media.Sensational coverage notwithstanding, porn videos may be made by the teen models themselves, who are seeking a sense of power and, of course, profit. Not surprisingly, most of the cases of illicit “sex” initiated do not go beyond fingers on a keyboard.In one of those three national telephone surveys—this one encompassing 1,500 ten-to-seventeen-year-olds, conducted in 2005—only four youth had “physical contact [they] would call sexual” during face-to-face meetings with adults they met online.