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Casually admitting that you traumatize children

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that’s gonna be a jikes from me

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5.9k points · 11 days ago

How have the police not been informed? Or at least CPS? Will they not care if that person hasn't actually done anything yet?, so is it even worth it? So many questions.

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2.9k points · 11 days ago

Please report that person!

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People liked these comments?

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Moderator of r/casualChildAbuse, speaking officially230 points · 11 days ago

Welcome to /r/CasualChildAbuse.

Please remember that this subreddit exists to highlight casual child abuse.

The goal of this subreddit is NOT to glorify child abuse - it is quite the contrary.

We call out people being casual about abusing their children and raise awareness of these things, with the intent that, if our visitors see it in the wild (e.g. a Facebook friend or something), that they would recognise it as being ABUSE even if the person is being casual about it, and that they would raise alarm bells with the authorities rather than just scroll past.

But what is casual child abuse?

Child abuse is when a parent or caregiver, whether through action or failing to act, causes injury, death, emotional harm or risk of serious harm to a child. There are many forms of child maltreatment, including neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, exploitation and emotional abuse. (definition from childhelp.org).

The term "casual" does not refer to it being only to a smaller degree or it only being now and then, or it not being serious. By "casual", we mean that the abuser, in most cases a (temporary) guardian of the child, is casually referring to the abuse, e.g. posting about it to social media, as if it is normal and acceptable, (almost) bragging about it or advocating it as better parenting.

Child abuse is always serious.

If this sub can help just 1 child get away from an abusive situation, it will have served its purpose.

As per our mod post here, we will remove any posts or comments arguing about spanking. If you are here to discuss or argue this matter, please take it to /r/Parenting.

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Moderator of r/casualChildAbuse, speaking officially874 points · 11 days ago

Do not drop the Twitter handle of the person in question. I understand the issue; however, that is considered doxxing and is a bannable offense on this subreddit and could get this sub quarantined or banned itself. We ask that you respect that and follow the rules we have set here. Your post has been approved, but this comment has been removed.

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-9353 points · 11 days ago

Sorry I know this is a support sub but... what is this? Some random internet guy with a fetish and you insulting them? You're the piece of shit here...

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4.7k points · 11 days ago · edited 11 days ago
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sexually attracted to 9 year old boys and their own nine year old cousin

just a fetish

edit: the cousin was 9

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-6640 points · 11 days ago(3 children)
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3.9k points · 11 days ago

if you think that being called out for defending straight up pedophielia is a personal attack against you then you might be a pedophile, dude

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-5857 points · 11 days ago(0 children)
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3.3k points · 11 days ago

A lot of people take child abuse seriously.

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Moderator of r/casualChildAbuse, speaking officially20 points · 10 days ago · edited 4 days ago

You can all stop reporting this message. I will just re-approve it, because it deserves to be out there and downvoted.

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Moderator of r/casualChildAbuse, speaking officially252 points · 10 days ago

And the people getting salty and reporting this comment for it being "sexually suggestive toward minors" fail to realize a few things.

  1. It isn't.

  2. Downvoting and reporting a mod comment is pointless.

  3. She's saying it deserves to be out there because it belongs on this sub. This person is casually admitting they are sexually attracted to children and you have the fuck knuckle above defending that. It was guilded so you can see the person above defending it, so casually. Like we're the ones in the wrong for shaming the person who is into fucking kids.

Get your shit together. This is the last statement we'll issue in this post.

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The goal of this subreddit is NOT to glorify child abuse - it is quite the contrary. We call out people being casual about abusing their children and raise awareness of these things, with the intent that, if our visitors see it in the wild (e.g. a Facebook friend or something), that they would recognise it as being ABUSE even if the person is being casual about it, and that they would raise alarm bells with the authorities rather than just scroll past.

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What is casual child abuse?

You know the kind of parents: they choose not to vaccinate their kid, they have them drink their own pee, they'll use pyramid scheme products on them while they are allergic, that sort of thing. They'll brag about these things on social media like they are actually something doing good.

They are casual about it.

In no way, shape or form is ANY sort of abuse acceptable. What makes it casual abuse, though, is that the parents seem to be really open about it, posting it to social media and in general just casually mention it like it's the most normal thing on earth.

REPORT ABUSE WHEN YOU SEE IT.

If you find one of these casual abusers in the wild (e.g. on social media), please think about the child and report them to the authorities. This could be Child Protective Services, or even the emergency services and the police when the child is in immediate danger.

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