I've gotten enough pics over the years from girls and couples who have placed ads online at adult dating sites and taken nude self photos as their profile pictures.With the advent of digital cameras it's amazing how many girls enjoy taking nudes of themselves.
Using a fake profile, supposedly belonging to a 16-year-old, FEMAIL joined 10 teen dating groups on Facebook.
A girl of 14 posted this selfie on the Teens Dating 17 100 group, which is public meaning that anyone, regardless of their age, is free to join and post But with many apparently set up by teenagers themselves, who act as admins to weed out bullying, there is no guarantee that they are performing thorough checks to ensure anyone who joins is actually within that age bracket.
It's like waving a great big flag, saying: "Paedophiles come here".'This is one of the things about the internet: young people under 13 can pretend to older and join social media and older people can pretend to be younger to go on the sorts of sites where they can interact with young people.' A post on the private Teen Dating group details how a member has been accused of harassing 'underage girls'.
A young man posted screenshots of a text message conversation with his girlfriend, who he had met through the teen dating group, where she stated that an older user said he wanted to get her pregnant (right)On Teen Dating And More, which is a closed group with more than 2,200 members that FEMAIL joined, a fresh-faced boy claimed he wanted a 'girl to f*** so bad', while another member urged people to post their Snapchat IDs.
But this is the kind of material that is alarmingly prevalent on teen dating groups on Facebook, where children claiming to be as young as 12 post messages looking for new people to chat to and date - something which a children's charity has called 'a paedophile's playground'.
Using a fake profile, supposedly belonging to a 16-year-old, FEMAIL joined 10 teen dating groups and discovered links to explicit content, requests for naked pictures and people who appeared to be younger than the legal age of consent as well as others who seemed well over the age of 18.
This is one of the things about the internet: young people under 13 can pretend to older and join social media and older people can pretend to be younger to go on the sorts of sites where they can interact with young people 'It's worrying - massively so,' she said.
'It just astounds me because anyone who joins will be a honeypot for someone who wants to exploit children.
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