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…like a thunderbolt, it hits me! Those boys are being groomed.
How exactly did she know he was up to no good? She trusted her gut. And now she wants the rest of us to trust it, too:
I wrote this so you’d read about the types of questions a potential predator uses so you can prepare your kids.
Please don’t scare your kids, but do talk to them. Use these, or examples like the, so your kids know what bad strangers ask .
…Except that there is no evidence whatsoever that this was a “bad stranger,” or that these are the type of questions a bad stranger would ask! It’s like saying, “I would have been raped by the man in the grocery store today if I hadn’t realized what he was up to! So I’m alerting the rest of you: If a man ever asks, ‘Do you know what aisle the paper towels are in?’ RUN! He is a bad stranger. Don’t thank me — I’m just trying to help!”
How can you tell if a man is a predator? Easy! If he’s male and nice to kids — he is!”