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Web Stalkers
Chapter 3 -
Web Weirdos

Deviants on the Web

Necrophiliacs – This bizarre group of weirdos enjoys sex with deceased things.  Since human corpses are hard-to-find, many of these sick people will kill pets in order to have relations with them.

Mutilators – Deeply disturbed teenagers often practice “cutting,” otherwise known as the practice of inflicting pain for pleasure.  This type of masochism is a well-known clinical disorder, but groups of sick kids use the web to justify their actions and find acceptance from fellow sufferers.  Here is a published sample on the web from a self-mutilator and anorexic:

I cut myself as a teenager but was never hard-core about it. For me, it went hand in hand with anorexia.

Luckily for me, I had a great group of friends who force-fed me and helped me get through it. I was so out of it during that period (probably from lack of calories) that I don't remember that much.

Now I know that anorexia and cutting myself came about as two things I could control (being a control freak) and that would also get me attention.

The next section provides startling information about some of the most dangerous threats on the web, the sexual deviants who prey on unsuspecting netizens.

The above text is an excerpt from:

Web Stalkers
Protect yourself from Internet Criminals & Psychopaths
ISBN 0-97-45993-9-5

by Donald K. Burleson, Stephen Andert

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