'Wren Eleanor' TikTok movement inspires moms on social media to remove photos of kids: 'Sick people'
For years, security professionals have repeatedly been sounding the alarm in regards to the extreme danger of parents posting their children's pictures or videos online. Your child's adoring pictures or videos can be downloaded, used, and, quite often, photoshopped in horrific circumstances by pedophile rings, child traffickers, and 'kiddie porn' websites. What to you is "cute" and "adoring", or a great way to draw more followers or make money as an influencer account, is for these insidious others "attractive", "sexually stimulating," or "erotically arousing"! Evil absolutely DOES exist...Horrible individuals and organizations are very real, and they are preying on your ignorance and hunting your children. Be alert!
"One user, @hashtagfacts, noted that a video of Wren wearing a cropped, orange shirt was saved more than 45,000 times. A video of Wren eating a hotdog was saved nearly 375,000 times. She also highlighted unsettling comments on Wren’s videos and pointed out that popular searches for Wren’s account included phrases like "Wren Eleanor hotdog" or "Wren Eleanor pickle," meaning users were frequently searching for videos of the three-year-old eating a hotdog or pickle."...
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