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According to the Youth Internet Safety Survey (YISS), a nationally representative survey conducted in 2005, one in three Internet users aged 10 to 17 was exposed to unwanted sexual material; one in seven received unwanted sexual solicitations and one in eleven had been the recipient of threats or offensive behaviour over the past year (Wolak, Mitchell, and Finkelhor, 2006).Moreover, some of these online victimizations appear to be on the rise in the research, to be a growing number of children and youth exposed to exploitive and threatening material, few of these incidents are reported to the authorities.



Women like to hunt in smaller groups as they get older: 18-21 year olds – hunt in groups of 4 22-25 year olds – hunt in groups of 3 26-28 year olds – hunt in groups of 2 When meeting groups of 4 strangers 43% of women feel most comfortable meeting a group of 2 men and 2 women. Gig/Concert The top 3 places women feel most comfortable to be chatted up at night: 1. Jax Teller (Sons of Anarchy) | Nick Miller (New Girl) | Captain Malcolm Reynolds (Firefly) As seen on Credit URL: Data Source: December 2013 survey of 100 single women in the US aged 18-28. Credit URL: After meeting a man for the first time women prefer to be first contacted by: 1. Texting habits that make women flake the first date*: 1. Jesse Pinkman (Breaking Bad) | Logan Echolls (Veronica Mars) | Angel (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) | Tim Riggins (Friday Night Lights) | Dean Winchester (Supernatural) 10. when women want men to first get in touch: – 89% of women want to be first contacted within 48 hours – Only 6% of women think the 3 day rule is ok Women will lose interest in men after: – 5 days if men don’t get in touch – 2 days if she is a “hot babe” (in high demand) – 21% of men are blowing their chances by waiting 3 days or more to get in contact Credit URL: 60% of women flake the first date because of needy texts from men. For example, less than 10% of American children and youth sexually solicited over the Internet in 2005 reported the incident to law enforcement authorities, Internet service providers, or some other authority; reporting was even less likely for unwanted exposure to sexual material (Wolak , 2006).