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If you’ve met someone online, or face to face, and they are putting you under pressure to have sex or making you feel uncomfortable you should report to CEOP. This means that whatever you say stays between you and Child Line.
Online you can pretend to be something you’re not – a friend, a mentor, a boyfriend or girlfriend.
You can even pretend to be a completely different person.
People who abuse can be very clever at making young people feel guilty about what has happened. Remember, a real friend will never pressure you into doing anything you don’t want to do or make you feel guilty when you’ve done nothing wrong. If you don’t want to talk to someone you know you can contact Childline or report to CEOP Have you met someone online and you’re not sure they are who they say they are?
Or you’ve started an online relationship and they’re trying to take things further by showing you porn, asking you to send them naked selfies or do sexual stuff on cam? If you’re worried you should tell an adult you trust, like a parent, carer, teacher or youth worker.
This means it can be hard to tell the difference between someone genuine and someone dangerous.
If anyone tries to get you to do things you don’t want to do, you should talk to someone you trust or report to CEOP You won’t be in trouble, whatever may have happened.