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The men were always in charge, they’d obviously been watching a lot of porn and would ask me to replicate things they’d seen in videos.
But Becky is now choosing to speak out because, when she eventually told her friends about the mistakes she had made, it transpired that she was far from the only one who had become involved with strangers over the internet.
To add to concerns, mobile ‘dating apps’ are being created which allow people to locate strangers in a specific geographical area for ‘hook-ups’.
The University of Plymouth study was published just days after an inquest earlier this year heard that bullied teenager Simone Grice, 15, of Illogan, Cornwall, killed herself by leaping off a motorway viaduct after trying to bolster her self-esteem by meeting older men online.
Becky’s story is all the more alarming as she is not only from a loving home, but also a good student who achieved As and Bs at GCSEs.
At night, she was trawling up to seven different dating sites, exchanging explicit messages and allowing herself to be filmed stripping and carrying out sex acts — what is known as ‘cybersex’.
Police warned that such incidents were a growing national problem.
But as an overweight, insecure teenager, she was desperate for the empty compliments that were showered on her in return for sexual favours — and the encounter was to mark the start of a five-year addiction to having sex with men she met on the internet.For a girl with little self-belief it was an easy way to boost her confidence and, with her limited relationship experience, she mistook prurient sexual interest for love.‘I’d come home from school, log on to the internet and my online boyfriends would ask how I was,’ she explained.Now she wants to help expose the appalling reality of the online traps awaiting teenage girls.Earlier this month, a 14-year-old boy from Gloucestershire was arrested after posting a porn film on Facebook featuring himself and a girl of the same age.
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Researchers at the university found that one in ten 16 to 24-year-olds have used the internet to set up one-night stands with strangers.