I never on internet presented myself, directly or by implication as interested in adult
material. My avatar is of older female face, unedited, just like thousands others on internet
- no 'skin' showing. Actually, I would not mark 'as follow' anybody who I feel is blatantly displaying his/hers body sexuality. My'About' page clearly states that on internet
I am looking for friendship.
Webster Encyclopedia of Dictionaries describes friend as '...one attached to another
by esteem and affection: an intimate associate: a supporter..'
This is exactly what I want: a circle of similar minded individuals with variety of interest
to share, discuss and enjoy - to participate in the same good. Adult material, simply
do not belong in my world. Kittens, puppies, birds, flowers, scenery, inspirational
thought -do -along with all humanitarian issues. We, in my circle of Google+ are
affectionate and respectful toward each other.
So, Why me?
package in my email (title, suggestion and porno photo) is:
The title in my mail, unavoidable not to see, even without
lora aunty i like honestly wet u this type lick ur pussyso mush on ur bed
MORE ABOUT HARASSMENT ONLINE
Non-partisan, fact tank organization PEW RESEARCH
'...defined online harassment as having had at least one of six incidents personally occur to someone: name-calling, efforts to be purposefully embarrassed, physical threats, harassment over a sustained period of time, sexual harassment, and stalking.'
( Maeve Duggan,-Pew Research Center) According to the same source 40% internet user experienced
some type of harassment in the course of using internet.
But specifically on the subject of sexual harassment G. Wiesen (WiseGeek, 02.01.2015) said:
"Sexual harassment of any kind, including online sexual harassment, typically consists of words, images, and actions that are sexually explicit or provocative and make the receiver feel threatened or strongly distressed."
I am sharing (extract) +John Skeats post, that was shared also by +Ray Hiltz Very informative, skillfully written post in regards to usage of mute and block buttons. Too bad they do not work in email and that blocked person still can use email as channel of harassment.
Did you ever felt sexually or otherwise harassed on internet?
Do you think I am right exposing publicly the predator from my email?
Please, let me know what you think and leave the comment.
- article -'5 facts about online harassment'
OCTOBER 30, 2014 Maeve Duggan ( Research at the Pew Research Center)
http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/10/30/5-facts-about-online-harassment/'Pew Research does not take policy positions. It is a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts.'
- Webster Encyclopedia of Dictionaries, New American Addition, by Ottenheimer Publishers, Inc compiled by John Gage Allee, Ph.D.