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Dating abuse and harassment via technology
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Posted 11/5/13

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Would or could you possibly ever see yourself in the position in which you would coerce/pressure a girl you were dating into sexting or sending compromising photos of herself, if she didn't wish to do so? Would you ever see yourself emotionally blackmailing her with those at a later time in a moment of anger, heartbreak or jealousy?


I'd have to be a lesbian first. (since you specified girl)
I'd have to be a bully or other scumbag as well so.. no and no?

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It's pathetic how some people need to use the internet in order to bully people. To have them say things like that to a person's face it fucking scares them. Some people are NOT mentally stable enough to date anyone.



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Let's put it this way: The CR user Lucifer90210 sexually harasses female CR users that he 'buddies' via inappropriate "scenario" questions that he pms them. He also likes to try and act "cute" and "disarming" by inserting phrases like "*cuddles*," "*tickles*," and "*snuggles*" in his messages. I was going to contact the mods tomorrow regarding his behavior, but it looks like someone has beaten me to the punch. He's currently banned for a month.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/user/Lucifer90210

Even including what I experienced from that freak, I've only experienced online sexual harassment a scant few times. Other forms of cyber-bullying? Yeah, here and there; however, I'm fairly detached from it, because I too aware of the power that I have over my online experiences. Unlike offline, I can simply open up a new tab and exit from the bothersome situation. I'm far more concerned with entities that I face in person, rather than someone cloaked by the Internet.
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aeb0717 wrote:

Let's put it this way: The CR user Lucifer90210 sexually harasses female CR users that he 'buddies' via inappropriate "scenario" questions that he pms them. He also likes to try and act "cute" and "disarming" by inserting phrases like "*cuddles*," "*tickles*," and "*snuggles*" in his messages. I was going to contact the mods tomorrow regarding his behavior, but it looks like someone has beaten me to the punch. He's currently banned for a month.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/user/Lucifer90210

Other than that freak, I've seldom run into that sort of harassment.



He'll come back to do it all over again and doesn't care. The guy needs both professional help and a life or stay the hell off this site for good. He keeps trying to talk to me.
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Posted 11/5/13

qualeshia3 wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

Let's put it this way: The CR user Lucifer90210 sexually harasses female CR users that he 'buddies' via inappropriate "scenario" questions that he pms them. He also likes to try and act "cute" and "disarming" by inserting phrases like "*cuddles*," "*tickles*," and "*snuggles*" in his messages. I was going to contact the mods tomorrow regarding his behavior, but it looks like someone has beaten me to the punch. He's currently banned for a month.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/user/Lucifer90210

Other than that freak, I've seldom run into that sort of harassment.



He'll come back to do it all over again and doesn't care. The guy needs both professional help and a life or stay the hell off this site for good. He keeps trying to talk to me.


While talking to you, has he mentioned scenarios involving you and some sort of father figure? It seems to be his particular fetish, in my eyes.

Well, if he keeps it up and the strikes against him increase enough, he'll eventually be permanently banned by the CR staff. They've done that before to users.
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Posted 11/5/13
One thing i learned since AOL 3.0....Dont feed the trolls
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That settles it. She (my daughter) can get a phone when she's 18. LOL

Actually I considered that "parental contract" idea in which I lend her a phone, I must know the password at all times, and she hands it back to me at the end of every day. That way, I'll know if she is being harassed by any creeps.


i dont think she will be happy.
give u an advice. if u dont want that happen to ur daughter, u should talk to her in private. make her understand wat happen about tech. sex/harass and tell her that u dont want that happen to u. she will understand
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Somewhat. I had another guy did that to me months ago luckily someone saved me from him. He'll come back with a different username and continue on his harassment. Guys like that don't quit and need to seek therapy. I'm being serious with that too. I wonder if he is that very same guy from months ago.





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Posted 11/5/13
Just learn some hacking or programming

Also don't feed the trolls
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cchhh all i think is people over dramatize it and make to big a deal out of it, take your head out of the mainstream shit. Watch some anime, dig for some real news and ignore assholes who try to troll you
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My cousins uses Facebook like a confession booth. When they get dumped, it's like reading a script from a cheap, Twilight-like drama.

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Posted 11/6/13 , edited 11/6/13
The nice things about technology is all program have that little red X in the upper right corner. and all devices have an off button. and if you're really concerned you can pull the battery or power chord.

-- The other side of it though. is be careful as to what you release to the world.

as for trolls. anonymity, dis-association, and a complete lack of face to face emotive content turns even sane people into momentary jerks and jerks into towering <insert expletive here> but like TV there's an off switch and a channel dial.



onibrotonel wrote:

My cousins uses Facebook like a confession booth. When they get dumped, it's like reading a script from a cheap, Twilight-like drama.



Suddenly I'm reminded of Kyoukai no Kanata where the Main character whips out her cell phone and sobs "all
I can do is complain about it on my blog"
Posted 11/6/13

stoner789 wrote:

cchhh all i think is people over dramatize it and make to big a deal out of it, take your head out of the mainstream shit. Watch some anime, dig for some real news and ignore assholes who try to troll you


I really, truly, deep, deep down wish this was just sensationalized internet hearsay. I confess that as an analytical and cynical person, I am one of the first of the people I know to verify the veracity of all those well-intended spam PSA's and rumors I get on Facebook (and I will debunk them to the friends who post them, I don't care if it embarasses them: they learn a lesson about posting without checking FactCheck.org or Snopes.com, etc).

I can shrug off a lot of what gets streamed my way: Don't sweat the petty things, no worries, move on. This specific issue, however, I can't bring myself to become complacent about, and I don't think that I should:



The image highlights the statistic concerning accessibility to guns, but below it is an even higher stastic. There is an embedded hyperlink to the Secret Service Safe School Initiative with the image; if you wish to do more digging, click on it. Although the data is from 2002, current indicators go toward these data trends strengthening, not weakening.

This is a quantifiable problem, particularly in the USA. -Not just because there are people killing themselves over this crap, but because they are finding arsenal and going well out of their way to take other people with them, and not necessarily people they even know. It's threatening to become the new "normal" here in the states, and I am having a very difficult time accepting this impending definition of "normal."

The data compels me to conclude that I simply can no longer be so naíve as to leave this entirely up to the victims to handle it all, themselves. People who need assistance should get it, before it comes to this.
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Posted 11/6/13
It seems like this should be easily solved with an ignore button, but I suppose things just can't be that easy.
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Always ignore if someone is abusing you or stalking you at some point .
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