EDUCATE YOURSELF ABOUT SEXUAL ABUSE!
Most “professional pedophiles” have turned molestation into a fine science. They are precise in their plans and use well tested lures and traps to get kids in a place where they can be molested. The following a “profile of seduction”, an overview of how a predator works.
- Drugs (Voluntary and involuntary)
- Alcohol (To lower the victim’s inhibitions and make them confused and vulnerable)
- Pornography (Printed and video, to lower the sexual inhibitions and arouse the victim)
- Physical affection.
Predators can sense kids who have little affection at home, which is something every boy or teen needs, and he slowly begins giving that affection to the boy a little at a time, making him dependent on it, craving it to feel loved and liked and special.
- Sexual gratification.
Hunters are specialists on the best way to tempt, captivate, stir and explicitly invigorate a kid or high schooler, and like it or not, it can turn into an addiction for the kid, particularly if it’s his first sexual experience. Blend that in with required love, and soon the kid will not have a clue about the contrast between sex and fondness, love, and excitement. Addiction care, provides therapy session for those kids whose are addicted to these habits.
Once a predator determines to find a victim, this is the general train of events that often follows:
- He Finds the desired child or teen.
- Befriends them, gains their trust.
- Gains the trust of the parents so they won’t suspect.
- Makes the boy feel important through lots of time and personal attention, makes him feel he is more important to him than anybody.
- Flatters him. Tells him he’s handsome, smart, etc.
- Makes plans for private time with him,
- Counseling him,
- Going to movies,
- Going to the park, video arcade, beach, pool, concerts, etc.,
- Plans a camping trip with him,
- Hires him to work around the house or business,
- Helps him with his schoolwork.
- Treats him like an adult.
- Builds nonthreatening affectionate physical contact.
- Introduces or allows “adult” activities; smoking, drinking, drugs, pornography, swearing, etc.
- Starts slowly discussing sex, gaining as much intimate knowledge of him as possible.
- Remolds his thinking about what is “normal sex”, eventually disclosing his “normal” desires for sex with the boy.
- Having changed his thinking, gained his trust and dependency and accelerated physical contact, the boy is now totally vulnerable to being molested.
- The predator plans the time and place where there will be no suspicion or interference or time constraints.
- After prepping him with alcohol, pornography, etc., while he has broken down the walls enough to start molesting him, he tells him:
- It’s normal,
- All guys do it,
- He knows some of his friends who do it,
- He loves him,
- The boy is “turned on” and that’s normal and means he wants it too,
- Guilt is wrong,
He’s the greatest kid in the world.