Computer shock

Tessa - posted on 05/20/2014 ( 13 moms have responded )

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Well a few night ago I used my daughters laptop and was so shocked I nearly fell out of my chair. I never expected what I saw in her browser. There was a tab open to some dare website and various tabs open to a very specific and explicit type of fetish pornography. I closed it all and didn't mention a word when I gave it back to her. Now I'm thinking maybe I should have said something? But I didn't want to intrude in something that isn't any of my business. Some advice would help a lot.

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You HAVE to intrude!!!!!!!! Being that she is a minor and on the internet that you provide her with.you are legally responsible for anything and EVERYTHING she does on the internet. If she clicks on a child (even if they are teenages) porn website you can be charged with child pornography charges. Which is a felony. I found this out when I went to the sheriffs office to file a report about my 15 year daughter stealing her grandmothers cell phone and using it to text naked pictures. I was told that since we did not provide any of the tools for her to do this we are not in any way held responsible. Thank god.

If she is aware of the severity of the consequences she may look at this all a little differently. It doesn't matter to my daughter as she has borderline personnilty disorder but hopefully this will help your daughter to not take what teens think is "no big deal" lightly.

Tessa - posted on 05/21/2014

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I had a talk with her and it was so uncomfortable that I hope I don't have to do it again. I asked her about the ballbusting stuff she was looking at and after a few attempts to divert me I got a straight answer. She doesn't seem to have anything abnormal going on. She said she came across it on Google one day looked into it and liked what she saw. She said she has seen a lot of porn but she doesn't like the other stuff, just this ballbusting. Her history backs up what she says as there is a whole 2 pages worth of internet history showing a whole array of testicle related searches from there anatomy to pictures and videos of them being used for ballbusting. There is a whole folder of pictures of rather large and saggy balls so I asked her if a man might have had something to do with influencing her, she said no those are just what she is attracted to. I told her masturbating is fine but these types of things are too adult for her. I told her not to be embarrassed but she is on,y allowed to be on the computer in the living room for 3 weeks.

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I must have led a sheltered life, because I had to search for "ballbusting"! Never knew such a thing existed. It's not for me, but I must say it was interesting. I wouldn't worry too much about your daughter. I can understand why she might be curious. I think you handled it well.

Tessa - posted on 05/23/2014

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We'll I didn't know that either! I will take further action on this as this can actually be quite serious. Thank you for your responses.

Tessa - posted on 05/21/2014

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Should I ask her why she was looking at that fetish type content or just by pass it and just talk about using it appropriately?

Mariela - posted on 05/21/2014

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It might be fantasy. 50 shades of grey , trash book to me but popular. Just talk with her.

Jodi - posted on 05/21/2014

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You also need to discuss with her that this isn't a normal sexual relationship, etc.

Jodi - posted on 05/21/2014

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So why didn't you take the laptop off her? You should be monitoring usage anyway!!

Jodi - posted on 05/21/2014

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How old is your daughter? Because if she is under 18, it absolutely IS your business. Otherwise, well, maybe you should have asked to use her laptop.

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