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(Daily Mail)   A 13 yr. old is on the sex offenders list ....for surfing porn on the internet   (dailymail.co.uk ) divider line
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2012-04-26 01:04:04 PM  
This is awful!

No seriously. Children should NEVER look at porn on the internet. They should be forced to shoplift it like we used to.
 
2012-04-26 01:08:24 PM  
I think there is something else going on with these kids. It's normal to look at and enjoy pornography once you hit that certain age, but you shouldn't automatically fall into looking at more and more disturbing things naturally. A normal kid is going to figure out what they like pretty quickly, and then when they see something they don't like, they avoid it because it doesn't work for them, so to speak. But the kids in the article apparently become obsessed with the most graphic depictions of pornography and then all of this self-loathing and other shiat comes into it. That's not normal. I think these kids have other psychological issues, or maybe just bad parents.
 
2012-04-26 01:09:45 PM  

Bunnyhat: namatad: bluehubcap: My own CSB: my 16 yo son figured out how to order movies on our tv before I got my bill. $1000 worth of porn on my cable bill in one month. I learned how to turn on parental controls fast.

if only there were some way that you could have shown your son where to find all the free porn on the internet.
Strange, probably also could have explained to your son that you didnt want him buying crappy cable porn. Especially when there is all that great porn on the internet for free.

Or did you just yell at him? Or take away his allowance?
LOL


He took his laptop and his 16 year old son, sat him down like the kid and father in the picture and proceeded to show him his favorite free porn sites. It was a really bonding experience for the both of them.


*ahem* she
 
2012-04-26 01:14:21 PM  

bluehubcap: namatad: bluehubcap: My own CSB: my 16 yo son figured out how to order movies on our tv before I got my bill. $1000 worth of porn on my cable bill in one month. I learned how to turn on parental controls fast.

if only there were some way that you could have shown your son where to find all the free porn on the internet.
Strange, probably also could have explained to your son that you didnt want him buying crappy cable porn. Especially when there is all that great porn on the internet for free.

Or did you just yell at him? Or take away his allowance?
LOL

Oddly, where I'm fairly computer security savvy, I am incredibly ignorant on tv parental controls (don't usually have cable tv). I had login passwords and website blocks for my computer. Sigh.

Made him pay for it. I wasn't paying a thousand bucks for him and his friends to circle jerk while I was at work. Also made the little bugger go over every inch of my living room with Lysol wipes. Ew.


I've been there too. I found the monetary irony painful, since we were nearly broke at the time. Had to get rid of cable for a while again, just after getting it... and it would have been cheaper to just let the kid on the computer.
 
2012-04-26 01:14:24 PM  
BritFarkers - seriously - is the stuff in the Fail even real, or is it like our National Enquirer?
 
2012-04-26 01:15:43 PM  

Passive Aggressive Larry: I think there is something else going on with these kids. It's normal to look at and enjoy pornography once you hit that certain age, but you shouldn't automatically fall into looking at more and more disturbing things naturally. A normal kid is going to figure out what they like pretty quickly, and then when they see something they don't like, they avoid it because it doesn't work for them, so to speak. But the kids in the article apparently become obsessed with the most graphic depictions of pornography and then all of this self-loathing and other shiat comes into it. That's not normal. I think these kids have other psychological issues, or maybe just bad parents.


Sure, and they should be treated for such. Not friggin' arrested.
 
2012-04-26 01:16:16 PM  

notalwaysright: So does this mean in 11 years or so years my son will turn into a sex crazed maniac, all because he came across my porn stash?

Don't you have to stay so many meters away from anything involving children when you get put on the registry? If so how are those kids in the article able to go to school or even just play at a park?

/don't know too much about how the registry works


He came across your porn 'stache? Did he at least offer up a towel afterwards?
 
2012-04-26 01:16:37 PM  
http://www1.k9webprotection.com/

This is on ALL the computers my kids use in my house. It's free and effective. Simple password to override the filter and you can set how long the override will last.
 
2012-04-26 01:16:46 PM  
This article is absolutely fake.
 
2012-04-26 01:20:37 PM  

downstairs: Passive Aggressive Larry: I think there is something else going on with these kids. It's normal to look at and enjoy pornography once you hit that certain age, but you shouldn't automatically fall into looking at more and more disturbing things naturally. A normal kid is going to figure out what they like pretty quickly, and then when they see something they don't like, they avoid it because it doesn't work for them, so to speak. But the kids in the article apparently become obsessed with the most graphic depictions of pornography and then all of this self-loathing and other shiat comes into it. That's not normal. I think these kids have other psychological issues, or maybe just bad parents.

Sure, and they should be treated for such. Not friggin' arrested.


Well, yeah.
 
2012-04-26 01:20:45 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: This is a sick, sick, sick country we live in.

Thanks, Congress.


agreed. reading comprehension is just abysmal

;-p

this happened in the UK, where sex offender lists are not public.

but yeah - this is dumb
 
2012-04-26 01:20:54 PM  
i759.photobucket.com

One... two... then POW!!! Right in the pooper.
 
2012-04-26 01:22:30 PM  
Our patients are the young people for whom seeing thousands upon thousands of sexually explicit images is still not enough.

Well duh videos are where it's at now.
 
2012-04-26 01:24:00 PM  
How about being arrested for prostitution? The victim is the prostitute being arrested.

How about using a fake I.D. to get alcohol? The kid being arrested is also the victim.
 
2012-04-26 01:26:52 PM  
i759.photobucket.com

"Yeah that's a lot of dudes but don't worry."
 
2012-04-26 01:30:30 PM  
MP Claire Perry and her parliamentary colleagues want the internet service providers to make porn something you have to opt in for - not something that is automatically available on your computer whether you want it or not.

Hey look someone has no idea how the internet works.
 
2012-04-26 01:33:01 PM  

marleymaniac: http://www1.k9webprotection.com/

This is on ALL the computers my kids use in my house. It's free and effective. Simple password to override the filter and you can set how long the override will last.


It's effective clear up until they discover boot CDs or thumbdrives. So, maybe 10-12 years?

If you want to do reliable content filtering, you're going to need to do it at the edge of your home network, otherwise (assuming your run wireless) you're going to find yourself managing filter software individually on every ipod, handheld, console, PC, etc.

/Then the kid will use the neighbor's wifi
 
2012-04-26 01:36:23 PM  

miss diminutive: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 640x426]

"See son, THAT is how you teabag a midget."

Seriously though, this is pretty disturbing. Going through puberty is confusing enough without being a porn addict and a registered sex offender. There's no way in hell any future children of mine will have unrestricted or unsupervised internet time. No way.


True dat. My wife and I decided that the only computer our kids will use will be one in a family room, no personal computers in their rooms. Will they still sneak downstairs when we're sleeping to look at porn? Oh you betcha, but we'll monitor it to make sure it's nothing too messed up. I just mainly want to make sure they're not doing other stupid things on the internet, like chatting with pedos, posting nude pictures of themselves, or browsing Free Republic.

When my mom found my porn stash, she went to my dad in a panic and said "what do we do?" My dad told her to put it back, say nothing, and realize it means I'm normal (well, that point can be argued).

Porn is basically harmless. It won't turn you into a sex fiend or an abusive asshole. A person may have those things in them, and the porn could be a catalyst for those tendencies to come out, but eventually those tendencies will come out regardless of the porn.
 
2012-04-26 01:36:27 PM  

6502programmer: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 468x313]

"And it keeps spinning around.. and around... and around... and around. Mesmerizing, isn't it? That music came out when daddy was about your age too."

/aisle seat please


www.nightmarepark.com


///and a free 65832 to ya!
 
2012-04-26 01:41:18 PM  
i.dailymail.co.uk

"So that's what airlocking is...."
 
2012-04-26 01:41:36 PM  
i759.photobucket.com

"This is why you use solid objects and not hollow glass jars..."
 
2012-04-26 01:42:43 PM  
i.dailymail.co.uk

"Yeah that's big but i've taken bigger."
 
2012-04-26 01:46:41 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: This is a sick, sick, sick country we live in.

Thanks, Congress.


The story's from England, not the US. The boy is being treated at the Portman Clinic, a London facility famous for treating people with sexual disorders and transsexualism.
 
2012-04-26 01:46:44 PM  

Passive Aggressive Larry: But the kids in the article apparently become obsessed with the most graphic depictions of pornography and then all of this self-loathing and other shiat comes into it. That's not normal. I think these kids have other psychological issues, or maybe just bad parents.


Well they half-assedly admit that the internet only stimulates these deviant desires it's not the root cause of them.

I've been around the internet a long time and the more 'vanilla' one on one scenes where the actors are really into each other (or convincing) are still the best to me, the extreme and weird stuff is funny but not arousing at all.
 
2012-04-26 01:49:19 PM  

Passive Aggressive Larry: I think there is something else going on with these kids. It's normal to look at and enjoy pornography once you hit that certain age, but you shouldn't automatically fall into looking at more and more disturbing things naturally. A normal kid is going to figure out what they like pretty quickly, and then when they see something they don't like, they avoid it because it doesn't work for them, so to speak. But the kids in the article apparently become obsessed with the most graphic depictions of pornography and then all of this self-loathing and other shiat comes into it. That's not normal. I think these kids have other psychological issues, or maybe just bad parents.


"These kids" don't exist. The article is a complete fabrication. Here's the tipoff:
"The websites led me to other websites and soon I was looking at even weirder stuff I could never have imagined - animals, children, stabbing and strangling."

I challenge anyone to find links from any legal site to illegal ones, let alone ones without a payment barrier.
 
2012-04-26 02:04:24 PM  

AbbeySomeone: That picture kinda creeped me out. It could also be used to depict a pedo coaching a child.


i.imgur.com
 
2012-04-26 02:13:32 PM  

JWideman: Passive Aggressive Larry: I think there is something else going on with these kids. It's normal to look at and enjoy pornography once you hit that certain age, but you shouldn't automatically fall into looking at more and more disturbing things naturally. A normal kid is going to figure out what they like pretty quickly, and then when they see something they don't like, they avoid it because it doesn't work for them, so to speak. But the kids in the article apparently become obsessed with the most graphic depictions of pornography and then all of this self-loathing and other shiat comes into it. That's not normal. I think these kids have other psychological issues, or maybe just bad parents.

"These kids" don't exist. The article is a complete fabrication. Here's the tipoff:
"The websites led me to other websites and soon I was looking at even weirder stuff I could never have imagined - animals, children, stabbing and strangling."

I challenge anyone to find links from any legal site to illegal ones, let alone ones without a payment barrier.


That reminds me of a joke;
I can't remember the whole thing, but the punch line was "...I got 5 hail Mary's, two Our Fathers, and a half a dozen good prospects"
 
2012-04-26 02:25:28 PM  

nekom: I can think of no other crime in which the perpetrator is also the victim.


suicide
 
2012-04-26 02:39:59 PM  

marleymaniac:

This is on ALL the computers my kids use in my house. It's free and effective. Simple password to override the filter and you can set how long the override will last.


Congratulations on raising the next generation of information security professionals. The US always needs more of them, especially if it comes from breaking filters or security systems. To think of it, the kid referred to in the article is more likely to come from an overly prudish background, whether or not it is the case with you.

A good discussion at the right time goes a long way.

/In before the inevitable attempt at a "you dont understand" rebuttal
 
2012-04-26 02:41:04 PM  
This is the new creepiest photo of 2012. The kids looks mildly disturbed by the image they are watching, older guiy is holding him down while he squirms...there is a lot going on here

i759.photobucket.com

"see - it can got into many different places..."
"do you like gladiator movies Timmy"
"as you can see your mom has not always been just Mom"
 
2012-04-26 02:43:08 PM  
No, he's not there because he was surfing for porn, he's on that list because he was looking at child porn


I am getting so farking sick at these headlines that blatantly lie in order to get greenlight and create faux outrage.


This story is already sad enough, fark you for trying to profit from it and gain internet points.
 
2012-04-26 02:58:29 PM  
i759.photobucket.com

"See that midget transformer? She was like heaven."
 
2012-04-26 03:02:53 PM  
i759.photobucket.com

"That's how it looks to others, what you're feeling right now."

/that may have been too wrong
 
2012-04-26 03:04:35 PM  
Kids are spoiled nowadays. When I was a kid, the only porn you got to see was dirty magazines you found in the woods.
 
2012-04-26 03:07:30 PM  

Tatsuma: No, he's not there because he was surfing for porn, he's on that list because he was looking at child porn


Really? Don't you think maybe a 13 year old kids looking at porn with kids his age, and maybe older, should be treated a little differently? Like some psycological help?

He probably didn't know it was wrong. You only really learn these things by common sense once you're older. You just *know* you shouldn't be seeking out child porn. But this kid maybe didn't have that filter.
 
2012-04-26 03:08:59 PM  

badhatharry: Kids are spoiled nowadays. When I was a kid, the only porn you got to see was dirty magazines you found in the woods.


Exactly. I can't imagine what I'd with the Internet at 13-15 years old.

And I was a dork and knew computers pretty well, so I'd be able to get by any filters my parents put on there for sure.
 
2012-04-26 03:20:09 PM  
Just because the article came from the UK doesn't mean is isn't happening here.

I enjoy porn as a mature adult but I recall when I was a kid and smuggling Playboy, Penthouse and other such 'dirty' magazines to my secret stash. When I came across an old '8 pager' (wartime porn cartoon book) it steamed me up even more.

The teens, especially for boys, can be a trying time because not only do they have to cope with rapidly changing emotions and new understandings about themselves and society, but they're starting to loose their childhood innocence.

At the same time, their bodies have kicked in the hormones, making them ready to breed and nature dictates that they'll become nearly obsessed with sex. The young age means they're at the peak of their health and vigor, something just right for breeding. However, their brains have not yet developed the maturity they'll need later on.

Teens of both sexes will start automatically giving off sexual cues consciously and subconsciously. High schools tend to be one big hormone container, which can make things a bit too interesting for adults trying to keep order.

Skipping the inevitable part concerning increased aggressive tendencies, changes in the brain and so on, I'll get right to the point.

Our technology has given us unregimented access to every form of porn possible and the porn industry is aggressively churning product out like never before. You no longer need to order porn through the mail or rent videos, hunt down adult stores or feverishly draw your own -- it's all available online.

Plus, various businesses using a deep understanding of how search engines work, can tag assorted porn sites so you can be sent to them by redirectors while searching for something as innocuous as how to make a ham sandwich.

All of you, by now, are very familiar with entering a keyword and winding up with a massive list of 'hits' that have NOTHING to do with what you wanted. (You can thank the fairly new business of enhancing websites for that. These folks flood the internet with all sorts of keywords to get folks sucked to your site for more hits and hopefully, more business.)

If you are an adult, porn links become merely annoying. As a kid with new hormones fizzing out of his or her ears, they can become nearly addicting. Plus, as a mature adult, you KNOW when stuff portrayed in porn is NOT real and you can't treat REAL WOMEN in such ways. Regular women anyhow. Plus the majority of male porn actors are chosen for size and the ability to get it up on camera. Most women are chosen for their looks and ability to perform various acts which a real woman might just reach out and snap your dick off if you tried it on her.

I find certain acts disgusting and I'm well past my teens. However, I'm mature enough to avoid them, know that only a very limited percentage of the population actually enjoy them and I'm experienced enough -- a kid isn't. A kid can become fascinated at what I'd term a disgusting sex act simply because IT IS sex! Later, his own moral values can cut in and he'll feel ashamed for liking what he saw, not understanding that the real thrill was the sex, not the other stuff.

And the fact that he's at the time of his life when a stiff breeze blowing by can give him an erection doesn't help matters. (I think all of us guys recall those unexpected stiffy's in class that seemed to have a mind of their own, took forever to go away and you just hoped like heck the teacher didn't call on you while it was there.)

Yeah. As much as I enjoy porn, I think it's starting to become a problem. Even I get tired of seemingly endless links, redirectors, pop-ups which hit my desktop right past my costly security program and the astounding amount of low grade stuff.

Plus, there's a lot of cartoon porn out there. Kids develop a fondness for their cartoon characters, and then to find them online shoving things the size of telephone poles up each other actually can have an effect.

Yeah. This is an unexpected side effect of the technology. Since kids can find ways past the 'kid proof' programs, I'm not real sure what needs to be done.

If you're between 21 and 38, this probably seems laughable. You might not think so as you hit 40. By then, your own sex drive will have eased up a bit, you'll have had experience and will know what you don't like and why and also why some of what you DON'T like turns you on -- but you would not want to actually do it.

I recall comments from male friends of mine, ages ago, when they first went down on a woman and discovered that many have a distinct scent. Not all found it pleasant. Most were surprised. Most, around other guys, had to pretend that they just LOVED it -- so as not to be considered 'funny'.

Kids don't know this. Kids don't have matured brains. A lot of kids still live in fantasy worlds.
 
2012-04-26 03:43:49 PM  

Rik01: Yeah. This is an unexpected side effect of the technology. Since kids can find ways past the 'kid proof' programs, I'm not real sure what needs to be done.


Is it too obvious to just say it's their parents responsibility to teach them right from wrong, in addition to providing better and more comprehensive sexual education in schools, even if it is simply optional?
 
2012-04-26 03:50:37 PM  

6502programmer: "And it keeps spinning around.. and around... and around... and around. Mesmerizing, isn't it? That music came out when daddy was about your age too."


Nooooo not the meat spin.
 
2012-04-26 03:57:36 PM  
I don't think the porn is the problem I feel that this boy has other issues and the porn was just the result of another issue. When I was growing up I had access to a lot of porn though this was pre-internet so it was in the form of VHS and magazines and I never felt strongly drawn to it to where I couldn't do other things. I also had access to two girls who were underage and all three of us grew up just fine. I think this kids problem is an obsessive disorder and it just happened to be porn that he obsessed over.
 
2012-04-26 03:58:03 PM  
"I'm a chronic masturbator. I blame my father. When I was 10, I told him I wanted a jacket for Christmas. So he show me how to do it."

--Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling
 
2012-04-26 04:00:36 PM  

Rik01: Kids don't know this. Kids don't have matured brains


i remember as a kid reading or listening to these kinds of statements and being tremendously offended. it still does, though i have a little more appreciation for mental addictions these days, i've not been convinced that the adult mind is anything but a pleasant illusion we give ourselves, like elevating mankind above the animals. i think the adult mind isn't so different or "mature" than the child's mind, and i think man's a beast with the best of em.
 
2012-04-26 04:10:23 PM  

marleymaniac: This is on ALL the computers my kids use in my house. It's free and effective. Simple password to override the filter and you can set how long the override will last.


That assumes the little bastard can't. Boot from a CD or flash drive.. Install another hard drive and boot from that, or install virtualbox and a guest OS. Also used/stolen laptops are cheap. I just looked on craigslist, and found a porn ready model for $80 in the first ten lines. On the other hand, despite the moral panic, actual signs of harm from fapping to porn seem scarce.
 
Skr
2012-04-26 04:24:28 PM  
F' them. I've been staving off prostate cancer thanks to the wonderfully wide internets of porn.

Clean yo' pipes.
 
2012-04-26 04:25:41 PM  

gibbon1: That assumes the little bastard can't. Boot from a CD or flash drive.. Install another hard drive and boot from that, or install virtualbox and a guest OS. Also used/stolen laptops are cheap. I just looked on craigslist, and found a porn ready model for $80 in the first ten lines. On the other hand, despite the moral panic, actual signs of harm from fapping to porn seem scarce.


If anything porn helps my relationship with my girlfriend. Since I went on medication for my depression by libido went up threefold but by girlfriend isn't ready for kissing let alone sex. So porn winds up alleviating my sexual frustration.
 
2012-04-26 04:31:35 PM  

gibbon1: 6502programmer: "And it keeps spinning around.. and around... and around... and around. Mesmerizing, isn't it? That music came out when daddy was about your age too."

Nooooo not the meat spin.


What's meat spin?
 
2012-04-26 04:37:28 PM  

Spirit Hammer: JWideman: Passive Aggressive Larry: I think there is something else going on with these kids. It's normal to look at and enjoy pornography once you hit that certain age, but you shouldn't automatically fall into looking at more and more disturbing things naturally. A normal kid is going to figure out what they like pretty quickly, and then when they see something they don't like, they avoid it because it doesn't work for them, so to speak. But the kids in the article apparently become obsessed with the most graphic depictions of pornography and then all of this self-loathing and other shiat comes into it. That's not normal. I think these kids have other psychological issues, or maybe just bad parents.

"These kids" don't exist. The article is a complete fabrication. Here's the tipoff:
"The websites led me to other websites and soon I was looking at even weirder stuff I could never have imagined - animals, children, stabbing and strangling."

I challenge anyone to find links from any legal site to illegal ones, let alone ones without a payment barrier.

That reminds me of a joke;
I can't remember the whole thing, but the punch line was "...I got 5 hail Mary's, two Our Fathers, and a half a dozen good prospects"


Uh, are you saying I should have a seat over there?
 
2012-04-26 04:54:08 PM  

Rik01: the porn industry is aggressively churning product out like never before.


i.imgur.com
 
2012-04-26 05:29:31 PM  

6502programmer: gibbon1: 6502programmer: "And it keeps spinning around.. and around... and around... and around. Mesmerizing, isn't it? That music came out when daddy was about your age too."

Nooooo not the meat spin.

What's meat spin?


I knew I shouldn't but I googled it anyway. I think it turned me gay. Damn internet.
 
2012-04-26 05:37:45 PM  

badhatharry: 6502programmer: gibbon1: 6502programmer: "And it keeps spinning around.. and around... and around... and around. Mesmerizing, isn't it? That music came out when daddy was about your age too."

Nooooo not the meat spin.

What's meat spin?

I knew I shouldn't but I googled it anyway. I think it turned me gay. Damn internet.


[[successful troll is successful.jpg]]

Sorry. Meatspin is something that should be off limits for tricking people into looking up!
 
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