I am friends with a woman on Facebook. She is the cousin of my ex DH. We are not close at all--never were & now we only see each other a couple times a year. She has a 3 y.o. DD. Yesterday, she posted new pics. One pic showed her DD sliding down a Little Tykes type slide into a kiddie pool. The girl was naked & the pic was mid-slide so her legs were spread (to keep her balance). You could see her private parts quite clearly. I reported the pic to Facebook & it was removed (this friends status this morning said she was surprised over it). I did it only to protect this child. It seemed the sort of thing that child molesters would troll for. To me, this woman was not protecting her child by posting this pic & I felt the easiest way to handle it was to ask Facebook to review it. If the pic had been ok, Facebook would have not removed it. Did I do the right thing? What would you have done?
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Yes you absolutely did the right thing. Does she not know how many perverts there are out there just waiting for pictures like that to pop up. That was very irresponsible of her. Children should never be outside without clothes on. You never know who might be taking pictures out there windows. That's how alot of the pictures are taken.
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