For Parents

Protecting and teaching children about the dangers of pornography and sexual exploitation is a big job these days. Here are helpful tools to make it easier. We have tried to organize them by categories to better help you find what you are looking for, but we encourage you to skim each category.

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Youth Movement Rises Against Snapchat, organizes #DeleteSnapchatDay

The Next Generation is Standing up Against Pornography and Snapchat June 1st was  National Delete Snapchat Day!! A social movement that is fighting pornography and opposing social media platforms that contain pornographic materials pronounced June 1st, National Delete Snapchat Day. Their efforts gained steam, with many young people speaking up on social media and sharing […]

10 Proactive Ways to Protect Young Minds from Pornography – Kristen Jenson, Protect Young Minds

“We need to bring pornography out of the dark where it has power, and into the light where our kids have the power.”

Google Just Made a Major Improvement for WiFi Filtering

We are encouraged to report that Google has made significant strides in providing families and individuals with better ways to avoid pornographic material online! Google has made a more public push to inform its users of online safety and digital wellness tools the company provides, including its ability to filter out pornography for home WiFi if you […]


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Start Talking: 10 Conversation Starters
A talking-points resource compiled for you by leaders in the movement to end exploitation.
Managed by award-winning authors of Good Pictures, Bad Pictures, this blog has frequent updates on how to start conversations with your children on healthy sexuality and how to build trust and keep the conversation going.

Culture Reframed Parents Program

We understand how daunting it can be to raise kids in a culture where they are bombarded with sexual images, including porn. That’s why we have provided this complete best-practice toolkit, which will help you raise porn-resilient kids. This program is amazing – it is research-based and FREE!

Educate and Empower Kids
Incredible resource that helps parents create an environment to make these topics safe to discuss and empowers parents with talking points and communication strategies. They also regularly update their news section with current events and dangers that parents should be aware of. They have written three books “30 Days of Sex Talks” for kids in age ranges of 3-7, 8-11, and 12+.

Fight the New Drug
If anyone knows how to get through to the pre-teen to young adult age groups, this is the group! They regularly present at middle schools, high schools, and colleges about the harms of pornography and have made it “COOL” to talk about these things. Parents can learn a lot from their material and it would be a great idea to visit their website together with your teens.

BOOK: Good Pictures, Bad Pictures and Good Pictures, Bad Pictures, Jr.
Best-selling book on Amazon that can be read together with your children (even as young as five!). The book gives kids a 5-point plan that teaches them how to avoid the brain-warping images of pornography and minimize the troubling memories of accidental exposure that often tempt kids to look for more and lead them into a dark and destructive addiction.


eChildhood is an Australia-based charity dedicated to mobilising responses that reduce the harmful effects of pornography on children and young people. Their annual reports on harms to chlidren, public health approach, and regular updates are great tools to help any parent, grandparent, educator, and others keep up!

Covenant Eyes

While you likely know about Covenant Eyes as an accountability and Internet safety tool, they also have really incredible resources to assist individuals, especially parents, in talking about these issues. Their blog is updated regularly with useful tips and ideas and they have a podcast, ebooks, and regular webinars all for free. Their resources are a go-to place for NCOSE staff to keep up with latest tech dangers and issues impacting kids and families.

Protect Young Eyes


White Ribbon Week

White Ribbon Week is a positive school program presented by volunteers or teachers that helps kids make healthy choices in media and technology. Every day, kids learn a new principle of online behavior—reinforced through discussions and fun activities. This program is research based and kid tested.

The Naked Truth Project

The Naked Truth Projects, based out of the UK, hosts school events, parent workshops, conferences and produces books on the topic of keeping kids safe from pornography. It is a christian perspective, but helpful for the whole community.

Internet Safety 101 Program
Specially designed training program for parents and youth to help equip kids with tools to protect themselves online. The program covers many dangers such as avoiding predators, bullying, privacy, and pornography.

Teen Safe
Tool to allow parents to monitor their children’s texts, calls, social media, location and more. The blog has helpful information about many of the dangers they face in the digital world.

Cherished is a nonprofit organization, comprised of a residential program and social enterprise that is run by survivors of commercialized sexual exploitation, human trafficking, addictions and life on the streets.


Almost all systems and platforms have some sort of built-in parental controls that we encourage you to turn on. For example: iPhone or Android restrictions, using Safe Search on Google, parental controls on videogame systems, restricting mature rated content through your cable/satellite provider, etc.

Learn about the built-in protective measures provided by many of the popular systems used today:


Here are how-to guides on how to turn these on for different systems.

Here are third-party systems that may also be a help to you and your family:

Please check our resources page on Technology Solutions and Tools for a more comprehensive and a constantly updated list.

Safety Centers by Social Media or Digital Tools

The following organizations regularly feature Internet Safety updates as well as other parenting tips on their blogs:

Other Internet Safety Resources:


Neari Press & Training Center

NEARI Press & Training Center provides resources and training for the prevention of sexual violence. We are a source of practical, cutting-edge information for professionals and the public about promising and best-practice interventions for individuals with sexual behavior problems. We believe that by addressing healthy sexual development in children and adolescents, and responding to sexual behavior problems in children, adolescents, and adults, we can prevent sexual abuse before it is perpetrated.


Online recovery program built to help overcome struggles with pornography. Due to the fact that everyone’s recovery is unique and varies from individual to individual, the Fortify Program helps you create your own personal Battle Strategies so that you can overcome your struggle in a way that is perfect for you. This program is especially helpful for teens and young adults as well.

Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA)

A recovery program based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous (Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions) adapted, with permission, for recovery from sex addiction. Local meetings around the country.

Sex Addicts Anonymous Primary Purpose (SAAPP)

A recovery program based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous (Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions) adapted, with permission, for recovery from sex addiction. There are local groups around the country, and call-in groups as well.

Sexaholics Anonymous (SA)

A recovery program based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous (Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions) adapted, with permission, for recovery from sex addiction.

Recovering Couples Anonymous (RCA)

A recovery program based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous (Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions) adapted, with permission, for couples recovering from sex addiction.

International Association of Certified Sex Addiction Specialists (IACSAS)

Our goal is to train and promote those clinicians and church leaders who demonstrate a standard of excellence in training, education, and practice as sexual addiction specialists.  Our vision is to train and equip a growing body of competent Christian counselors worldwide so they will have a transforming impact on the culture.

Clinicians who are certified by the IACSAS have received training, education, and supervision in understanding and treating sexual addiction.  The IACSAS is committed to supporting training opportunities and to conducting research in the field of sexual addiction.


NoFap® is a comprehensive sexual health platform, empowering people to express their sexualities free from compulsive behaviors. The NoFap® platform guides users through the porn addiction recovery process, known as “rebooting,” through education about the mechanisms of porn addiction and recovery, programs designed to allow users to meet their sexual health goals, and applications that allow users to stay motivated, connect with experts and peers, and document their progress. NoFap® has a large user-base, making it a great place to connect with others going through similar struggles who can offer mutual support and encouragement.

LifeStar Network

This program is divided into 3 levels of intensive group therapy lead by highly trained and licensed therapists. LifeStar strongly suggests that participants also participate in individual and/or couples therapy, along with a 12-step SAA program outside of the LifeStar program.

Avenue Ministry

Confidential Healing Groups for Pastors, Men, and Women: Avenue empowers change through healing groups of like-minded men or women with the same needs, led by Avenue Alumni. Avenue is a confidential environment for women to overcome wounds from broken intimacy, trust, loss, and, to heal and thrive. Avenue also helps your church through its ongoing Leader Coaching, which keeps the burden off the pastoral staff. It equips leaders and the church with comprehensive Leader Tools, Church Visual Kit and sermon notes.

Addo Recovery

Offers online addiction therapy programs, as well as individual online and in-person therapy.

Candeo Healthy Sexuality

Candeo’s cognitive behavior modification program is presented in an interactive, multimedia format. It begins with training videos to educate addicts about the brain science behind addiction.

Cure the Craving

Working directly with founder, Tony Lister, addicts will receive access to: 1 hour weekly group coaching call, monthly Q&A call session, 10-min weekly check in call, personal customized affirmation audios, 21-day audio program, and a Lifeline call for emergencies.

Compulsion Solutions

Multiple options to customize treatment: one-on-one counseling, inpatient treatment, group counseling, and retreats, along with an online course.

Desert Solace

A residential recovery center for individuals and families. The curriculum is spiritually-based and includes individual and group therapy, a 12-step program, health and wellness training, after-care, creative arts, music therapy, and life balance education in the areas of emotional, physical and relational well-being.

Feed the Right Wolf

This course recommends addicts read their list of 23 articles that “contain all of the information that you need to break free from pornography addictions,” attend group or one-on-one coaching sessions, and install filtering software.

Sexual Recovery Institute

The nation’s only comprehensive 2-week intensive treatment program for sexual addiction and sexual compulsivity. They also offer an evening intensive program 3 times per week.

Sex Addict Help

A listing of psychotherapistsin the San Francisco Bay area who offer counseling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families struggling with sexual addiction and sexual compulsion.

International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP)

A database to find local sex addiction therapists, support groups, 12-step programs, and sex addiction treatment options. They also provide educational materials to understand sex addiction.

LDS Addiction Recovery Program

The 12 steps of the program are based on gospel principles to help individuals overcome addiction through the Atonement. The steps contain explanations of principles, practical suggestions for applying those principles, and “understanding” questions relating to each step.

Innergold: Addiction Recovery Simplified offers an online treatment program with over 15 videos, a book and a manual. Gordon S. Bruin L.C.M.H.C. is a pornography addiction counselor that has had great success in helping individuals find sobriety.

Integrity Restored

A seven-point plan where each point is of equal importance and worked on in unison. When all points of the plan are addressed daily, sobriety and recovery can be achieved.


This program is a mentoring program, with options for personal or group mentoring.

Setting Captives Free

A Christ-centered, 60-day online course based on Biblical principles, personal evaluation questions, and accountability questions.

The Kings Men

“Under Christ the King’s universal call to serve, we as men, pledge to unite and build up other men in the mold of leader, protector, and provider through education, formation and action.” General information and suggested steps for overcoming addictions.

Reclaim Sexual Health

This online program has a neuro-cognitive and faith-based focus with personal tracking and feedback.

Celebrate Recovery

A Christ-centered ministry and biblical program that helps addicts overcome through face-to-face group sessions.

Battle Plan Ministries

A Christ-centered recovery plan that uses scripture study, prayer and spiritual focus to overcome sexual addiction.

Faithful and True

Multiple options to customize treatment: one-on-one counseling, retreat workshops, and group counseling, along with online audio and video training.

Be Broken

A 40-day online course delivered in a daily email, with access to group and personal counseling, workshops, educational resources, and mobile apps.

Mind Armor

“Using principles from scripture and how God designed you to operate, MindArmor®Training Tools teaches you how to break destructive thought patterns associated with lust and pornography through an online training course.” The course includes interactive videos, a workbook, scripture verses, and exercises.

L.I.F.E. Recovery International

“A Christ-centered support group ministry whose mission is to encourage, empower, and equip God’s people to live everyday in sexual integrity. L.I.F.E. provides consistently-revised workbook resources, educational multimedia presentations, and support group structure to the Christian community across the globe.”

Freedom Coaching

A one-on-one mentoring relationship, either in person or via face-to-face video chat online. It is based upon Catholic theology, though this process is available to everyone regardless of religion.

Dirty Girls Ministries (DGM)

DGM offers online recovery groups, online community, accountability, and a coaching/consulting network for churches and individuals.

Christian Women and Porn – Guide to Breaking Free

A book, Christian Woman’s Guide to Breaking Free From Pornography, and a free download of their 30-page eBook, The Misery of Porn and the Joy of Purity.

We Will End the Conflict Now

Written from the religious perspective of a successfully recovered addict and his wife, this book is the culmination of their discoveries concerning the principles vital to recovery and healing.


Several recovery options including 4-day Recovery Intensives, Recovery Groups, Sponsorship Groups, and educational resources.

Purify Your Gaze (Muslim-based Resource)

Since 2009, our organization has been dedicated to serving Muslims struggling with unwanted sexual behaviors on their journey to change. We provide online training programs, support groups, and personal coaching. More than 1,000 members from over 35 countries have been through our programs and their testimonials and personal stories can be read on our blog at

Helpful apps available in Google Play and App Store

Learn about Google’s Safety Center here.

Learn about Apple’s Parental Control Features here.

Many of the filtering companies now provide filters for smartphones and tablets. We recommend Covenant Eyes and Net Nanny, but check out a list of filters here. 


Teen Safe

Tool to allow parents to monitor their children’s texts, calls, social media, location and more. The blog has helpful information about many of the dangers they face in the digital world.

Downloadable Resources for the PANTS (The Underwear Rule) by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

Includes a lesson plan, slide presentation, curriculum links, classroom activities and more for parents and teachers.


Child Help

Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse


4 Conversations That Can Help Guard Children Against Sexual Abuse by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation

Simple conversations every parent or guardian should have with children to promote healthy boundaries.



Whether or not you think your teen is sexting, many teens are or their friends are doing it. Eye opening statistics show that 1 in 5 teens admit to sexting. The key word in this statistic is “admit.” There are far more teens who are sexting but don’t admit to it. I can bet the parents of these teens are generally unaware their teen is a “sexter.” Due to the sexting epidemic that is an unfortunate reality today, it is essential that parents talk frequently to their kids about sexting if they don’t want their teen participating in it.


The first question is when to start talking to your kids about the peril sexting brings. The first discussion should commence before your child even gets a cell phone or any device that’s capable of sending a sext (ie. computers, tablets, etc). Once a child receives such a device, they are susceptible to the influences of sexting. To prevent your teen from sexting you should take initiative. After your child has a device, you should frequently have an open discussion on the topic. Frequent and open discussions about sexting will make your child feel comfortable to approach and talk to you about it.


The second question is how to talk to your child about sexting. Sexting is a difficult topic to approach and requires a balancing act. You don’t want to appear too judgmental or forceful, but at the same time you want to be firm with where you stand and help them to see the dangers and consequences. To aid in your discussion we have listed a few helpful talking points:

  • What do you think is considered sexting?
    • Sexting: sending someone sexually explicit photographs or messages, whether verbal or in pictures
  • Is there any harm to sexting?
    • Can be charged for child pornography (by sending or receiving sexts)
    • Images/messages follow you, you can’t delete them once they are sent
    • Sexually objectifies you
    • Images are almost always shared with others besides the receiver.
    • Reputation and future opportunities are often at risk.
    • Many stories of children being forced into prostitution or sex trafficking begin with the “pimp” using sexts as a means of coercion to get them to comply with their demands.
  • Is sexting worth the attention?
    • The receiver and those they show it to are likely to lose some respect for you.
    • You become a sexual object instead of a real person
    • The individual asking will often try to make you feel special but all he/she really wants is a sexually explicit photo. Odds are, if he/she doesn’t get it from you they will just try and get it from someone else. As long as they get it, they don’t care if it’s from you or the next person
  • Do you have control over a picture/ message once it’s sent?
    • Absolutely not. Nearly every teen who receives a sext ends up sharing it or forwarding to others, and many sexts end up on third party websites. All of this usually occurs without your knowledge or consent.
  • Why do people sext?
    • Seeking attention/approval
    • Peer pressure
    • Bullying
    • Want to satisfy another


Here are some tips to start the discussion:

  • Talk about healthy media choices in general.
  • Mention a story you heard in the news about other kids who are engaged in sexting.
  • Ask if they know anyone who does this, maybe other kids at school.
  • Ask if they have ever been asked to sext.
  • Ask your kids about their future goals and then start talking about some hurdles they might encounter that would impede those goals (sexting can impact grades, college acceptance, etc.)
  • Have frequent talks about healthy intimacy and boundaries, work sexting into the discussions.




Talking to your kids is the most crucial and effective way to prevent sexting. Genuinely understanding the harms and consequences of sexting will be the best form of prevention. It’s a lot better for your kids to choose not to sext than to force them not to sext.


However, you can also consider taking actions to monitor your kids’ devices. This can be done a number of ways. To get you started, here are three ideas:


  1. Check you child’s devices at random times. Checking at random times will encourage your kids to not send or receive anything inappropriate because they don’t know when you may check their device.
  2. Don’t let your child go to bed with their devices. When a teen goes to bed they are left behind closed doors for hours, and as the saying goes, “nothing good happens after midnight.” This creates a prime environment for sexting. Don’t let that environment be created.
  3. Use a program or app that helps you monitor your kid’s cell phone and Internet activity. Dr. Phil has an excellent list of recommended programs to use. Click HERE to access the list. Here is a list of resources compiled by us.



 Our resource center:

  • A list of resources for parents, includes: talking about porn, safe media choices, technology solutions, discussing healthy intimacy, etc. Click here.

How to find if your teen is sexting on Snapchat:


More programs for monitoring your child’s device:

Further help with talking points:


Sexting is the act of sending sexually explicit photographs or messages with an electronic device. Students at Drexel University were asked if they had ever participated in sexting when they were under 18; 54% reported yes and most of them thought it was “no big deal.” Another study found that increasingly youth are producing child pornography and the study indicates that 100 percent of the content was shared to third party websites, which cannot be traced. The researchers noted a specific concern that the young people featured, “took no steps to conceal their identity or location, even in many cases using their real names.” The study also found that 667 of the images and videos evaluated featured children 15 years and younger, and of this group, 286 were 10 years or younger. The researchers said their report confirms an alarming trend of young children producing and distributing explicit content online.

Despite the normalization of sexting, the dangers and consequences of sexting are often life altering. It’s a huge deal with real consequences, but that concept has a hard time penetrating naïve perceptions of the venomous act.

There is an extensive list of the dangers of sexting. Here are five that you should especially be aware of:


  1. It is child porn. If an individual under 18 sends a sexually explicit message/photograph they are creating and distributing child pornography. Whether an individual creates, distributes, or views child pornography, it is a crime. Eight students at a high school in Pennsylvania learned this the hard way. Ranging from ages 13 to 17, the teens we all accused of “using their cell phones to take, send, or receive nude photos of each other and in one case a short video of a oral sex. That resulted in a felony child pornography charge for each minor.” Stories like this are unfortunately very common these days. The criminal records often stay with these kids and they risk being forced to register as sex offenders for the rest of their lives. Sexting is an ugly crime that makes a permanent mark on offenders’ records. What’s worse is that child predators and child porn collectors often find these images and further distribute them to others.


  1. The image follows you. Once an image or video is released via text or over the Internet, it is out there forever. Even if you think it’s deleted “IT departments can retrieve text messages that the user thought were deleted months or even years ago.” Most of the “sexting” apps like Snapchat have been hacked and receivers often make copies without the sender’s knowledge. A nude or even partially nude photo is not an image you want in the realm of forever. It takes one second to send a photo/message that will haunt you for the rest of your life.


  1. It will spread. Most “sexters” are under the false impression that the receiver of the sext will keep it confidential. Although we would like to think this is true, this is not reality. A study concludes, “of those who reported receiving a sext, well over 25 percent said that they had forwarded it to someone else. So, they’re sharing the pics with their friends.” There have been instances at many high schools of students creating email, Facebook, and even Instagram accounts with a collection of nude or partly nude pictures of girls at the school. These images are contributed to the accounts from various students who have received them on their personal The only way to assure a sext does not circulate is to never send one.


  1. Damages your Reputation. When sending a sext an individual is not just sending a sexually explicit message or photograph. They are also sending unwanted messages about themselves that are likely to injure their reputation. A sext can communicate that the sender is easily persuaded, very sexual, and interested in pleasing others, however that may be. A sext can also make the receiver view the sender as a sexual object instead of a real person with real feelings. Reputations are invaluable but can be ruined as fast as pressing send.


  1. Leads to bullying. Unfortunately sexts can and are often used to humiliate. There’s nothing stopping those who receive sexts from publically displaying them for all to see or using them as black mail. In one case, a 13-year-old girl committed suicide after “topless photographs circulated.” What was sent to gain the attention from a boy, quickly “got the attention of her school, as well as the high school nearby.” It only took one sext to yield such a tragic outcome. Many reports from sex trafficked girls indicate that traffickers first used sexts as a means to coerce their victims to comply with their demands.


Sexting can seem so harmless and appear very private. When looking at the facts though, it’s not the in the least regard harmless. Sexting is camouflaged by the hopes of getting attention, the desire to feel wanted, and the pressures of society; but the dangers of it must be exposed.


Please visit this resource center for parents!





Many of the devices that we use daily have built in controls to manage what type of content the user is able to access. Here are how-to guides on how to turn these on for different systems.

Talk About Abuse to Liberate Kids –

TAALK has many resources and a private forum with one section that is specifically for Parents of Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse:

TAALK’s Resource Directory

The resources in this directory have notbeen audited, verified or certified by TAALK in any way. We are providing this directory as a means of easy access to resources directly related to child sexual abuse.

Surviving Parents Coalition

The Surviving Parents Coalition is a parent-driven, 501c4 organization committed to saving lives.  Our coalition’s founding demonstrates the power of survival and how suffering can motivate people to accomplish extraordinary things. We must defend the innocent.   Child safety programs and the agencies involved need resources.  We lobby for funding and legislation because they are essential to effective change. Our goal is to ensure young people mature naturally without abuse and emotional turmoil. The SPC is determined to grow and spread out nationally one family at a time. United together we become a mighty force for reform.

California Protective Parents Association –
Mothers of Lost Children –
The Leadership Council on Child Abuse and Interpersonal Violence –
Safe Kids International –

BOOK: Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy 

A picture book that makes the topic of ritual abuse accessible to parents and young children.

Porn Harms Research
These archives, managed by National Center on Sexual Exploitation, offer the most comprehensive look at peer-reviewed research on pornography available today. Hundreds of articles are available and summarized for easy understanding and they are divided by more than 20 specific categories.

National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s Talking Points Webpage
Find summarized talking points backed by credible research and surveys, along with video presentations led by experts, on the topics of pornography and addiction, marriage, brain science, impact to children, links to sex trafficking and prostitution, increased violence and more.
Website directed by National Center on Sexual Exploitation to help educate on the harms of pornography and provide actions to actively oppose policies that promote pornography and sexual exploitation.

Fight the New Drug
This organization targets teens and young adults and provides clear education, tools, and resources to avoid and overcome pornography addiction.

Your Brain on Porn
“This site will help you understand exactly how today’s extreme Internet porn can alter the brain. In our view, porn use isn’t a moral issue. This site grew out of a decade of research analysis on the effects of sex on the brain, and six years of listening to recovering porn addicts.”

Pink Cross Foundation
“This web site contains large doses of truth about the sex industry for purposes of education… Men and women addicted to porn need to hear it straight from the women who were there.”

Covenant Eyes
This is an accountability and filtering software company, but has really great resources about the consequences of pornography and they regularly update their blog to help you understand latest information and dangers.

Internet Safety 101 from Enough Is Enough
Provides updates and help to adults for protecting children online. Site exists to educate you about the dangers; to empower you with the ability to recognize the warning signs and with helpful ways to discuss Internet safety with your kids; and to equip you with the safety resources you need.

Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation
The website lists hundreds of groups who are involved in opposing sexual exploitation and you can search by category to find what groups cover the specific areas you hope to learn more about.

Reboot Nation
We are a community of people who have discovered the negative effects of pornography. If you or loved ones struggle with porn addiction and/or porn-induced sexual dysfunctions, this place is for you!

National Center on Sexual Exploitation
Founded in 1962, National Center on Sexual Exploitation is the leading national organization opposing pornography by highlighting the links to sex trafficking, violence against women, child abuse, addiction and more. NCSE works to expose the seamless connection between all forms of sexual exploitation.

Overcoming sexual victimization of men and boys

Resources include a 24/7 online support line offering 1-on-1 chat with a trained advocate, our free and confidential online peer support groups which meet weekly, and a wealth of useful information, including answers to common questions and an explanation of certain myths & facts.


RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) – anti-sexual violence organization. Lots of resources.


National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE

National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE

National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-252-2873, 1-800-25ABUSE


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