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A 22-year-old student was disgusted to find her fellow university students had branded her a ‘bike’ during a conversation she’d been accidentally added to on Facebook.Eleanor Henry found herself quickly removed from the conversation after being accidentally added by one of the men – but they had not realised she could see the messages sent before she was added.Another variation of the above that begs the question, “What things?”Everyone also likes to feel missed, even if you just saw each other this morning. Some of the messages included suggestions that Eleanor be brought on a holiday to Thailand as the men ‘needed a bike’.They also suggested that one of the men ask her to show them where she urinates from, because it ‘works 9/10 times’.According to an interview with Daily Mail Australia she felt ‘dirty, embarrassed and so, so offended.’ ‘My stomach dropped and I felt really sick, to the point where I felt I needed to close my blinds and hide under my blankets,’ she said.‘After speaking with my sister I began to feel angrier and more passionate to evoke change.’ After a phone conversation with her sister, Eleanor decided to post the conversation – which she had not had the opportunity to reply to as she was so promptly removed – to Facebook. Let’s get back to that conversation on equality.’ According to Eleanor, around 98% of the responses were supportive and she was shocked to find three of the men had responded to the post also.

The results of this study show the aggressive and rapid way that children are targeted by adults for sexual purposes.

If a child enters an online chat room they may encounter an adult person, who may or may not be pretending to be a child, but who is on the lookout for a child to whom they can 'talk dirty', send obscene images, obtain sexually explicit pictures, engage in cybersex or meet for sex offline.

The adult might strike up a conversation which very soon progresses to a sexually explicit topic.

They use computers at home, at friends' places, at the library and at school to work, play and communicate.

Some have net connectivity on portable devices such as mobile phones.

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