She should expect that despite deleting that account, those photos will follow her for a long time.
Wishing you the best Please inform your daughter that most prospective employers, prospective suitors, and others will consider her a prostitute and will have nothing to do with her.
We all have are own ethics, morals, viewpoints and we simply cannot agree on all of them, and some things fall into extreme categories and are dealbreakers.
Needless to say, I was extremely disturbed, and scared for her.
that I could pass on to her to give her some insight into my view? I know there are a lot of great feminist writers out there - I'm not an expert so I hope someone can provide a good list. People still suffer the consequences and can do little or nothing to prevent it or punish it.
Not anything long or academic or hard to understand -- just something that might make sense and open her eyes to my viewpoint so we can keep talking about it. Susie Bright comes to mind immediately - and I think she's pretty accessible. All I'd like to add: Regarding your daughter's comments ''...it's illegal to discriminate'' - yes, but how often does it still happen? And ''wouldn't want anything to do with anyone judgmental'' - well, we ALL are, if you think about it.
In the meantime, I have been trying to learn more about what I should do. What is a good program for monitoring the internet? ...maybe she was being set up and it would be great to stop them from pursuing her or any other children.
My mom self asks if reporting on the cyber tip line means she will suffer more if there is an investigation?