Life for teens online It’s time we all started to listen to young people who want to tell us what life for teens online is like. Since the beginning of the Covid-19 lockdown in Ireland, many children and teens have been spending much more time online. One survey has found that up to 25%… Continue reading Life for teens online
How do we address the Celebrity Hypersexualisation of children? The impact of celebrity hypersexualisation of children, on traditional media such as T.V. and music videos is nothing new. However, social media platforms such as YouTube, Snapchat, TikTok and Instagram are introducing children to celebrity hypersexualised content, at younger and younger ages. Some parents are beginning… Continue reading Celebrity Hypersexualisation of Children
There is a surge in the number of people falling victim to Online Sexual Exploitation. Since the imposed Covid-19 lockdown and restrictions, Dating Apps such as Bumble, Hinge, Tinder, Plenty of Fish, OkCupid, Grinder have seen a significant increase in the number of users.
‘Have Sex Online’, is the new initiative launched over the weekend by the HSE and the Irish Pharmacy Union. Essentially young Irish people are being asked to choose having sex online, or over the phone, to stop the spread of Covid-19. This is exceptionally reckless advice from the HSE, (Health Service Executive) in Ireland.
Child Sex Doll Detections by Customs and Police Increase Significantly There has been a significant increase in the number of Child Sex Dolls detections being by Police and Customs Officers around the world. One Australian media outlet, reported that in the first six months of 2020, 31 were discovered among incoming air cargo. There were 86 seized in the last twelve months to June 2020.