UK: 11-Year-Old Girls are Being Tricked Into Doing Camwhore Performances

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
January 16, 2020

Getting 11-year-old girls to shove stuff up their vaginas in front of a webcam appears to have a similar level of difficulty as tricking them into thinking that you’re their 16-year-old boyfriend while in fact you’re a 21-year-old lesbian woman.

That is to say; it is pretty easy.

Daily Mail:

One in three child abuse images found online are now selfies with girls as young as 11 tricked into performing sex acts via web cam.

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) took action over 124,605 images of child abuse found online between January and November 2019, of which 37,112,  or 30 per cent, were self-generated.

More than three quarters of these images, 29,100 or 78 per cent, featured children aged 11 to 13, most of whom were girls.

The IWF and charity Marie Collins Foundation (MCF), that supports survivors of abuse, are calling on young men who find images or videos on porn sites that they believe may be of underage victims, to anonymously report what they have found.

Before the advent of smartphones, keeping your 11-year-old daughter away from the eyes of random internet creeps was a pretty straightforward task: you just needed to not give her access to a webcam or digital camera.

Now that phones are smart and can access the internet and take pictures, giving your daughter one of these devices so you can more easily reach her also means that she’s more easily reachable by everyone else.

Perhaps allowing young humans to fuse with these gadgets wasn’t the brightest decision.

Now everyone’s pretty much addicted to them.

Under UK law, anyone can be prosecuted for taking, sharing or possessing explicit images of under-18s.

Chief executive of the IWF, Susie Hargreaves, said the number of children being tricked or blackmailed into generating indecent images online is ‘fast becoming a national crisis.

She said: ‘Today’s data demonstrates the alarming rate at which self-generated imagery is increasing, especially among young girls – often in domestic settings.

‘These are images and videos where girls have been groomed, coerced and tricked into performing sexually over webcam, what is fast becoming a national crisis.

‘There has never been a more poignant time to shine a light on the uncomfortable truth we are now faced with.

‘While we’re working to prevent images from being taken in the first place, efforts to halt the spread of the ones in circulation, by encouraging young men to anonymously report any they may unintentionally stumble upon, is an important and much-needed step to help tackle the issue.

‘Young men might be at risk of stumbling across this content as a result of having unprecedented access to sexual content online – but they can also be the heroes that help us save many more victims of child sexual abuse.’

Young girls are being tricked into joining the camwhore business.

To prevent that without giving up the ability to call and text their daughters, fathers could opt to give their daughters dumb phones.

No camera, no web browser. Just phone calls and texting.

The above is just one example.

There’s really no reason why 11-year-old girls should be able to take pictures of themselves and access social media and the internet without their parents’ supervision.

The IWF works to get images of child abuse removed from the internet and is in contact with law enforcement agencies across the world.

Chief executive of the Marie Collins Foundation, Tink Palmer, said: ‘Online sexual abuse is not a victimless crime.

‘The children in these images and videos are real and they are harmed every time the content is viewed and shared.

‘All internet users need to understand that they are breaking the law if they view this material, regardless of who has taken or uploaded it.

‘Everyone can play their part in ridding the internet of this scourge by reporting illegal images and, ultimately, in protecting children.’

Once the video or picture is online, it is almost impossible to remove it from the internet, and if for some reason it is removed from every website, there’s no guarantee that it won’t be uploaded it again.

The only way to prevent these girls from suffering the consequences of people viewing indecent and illegal content of them online is to prevent them from producing said illicit content in the first place.

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