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19 hours ago, Guest Don't Worry, I'm from the Internet said:

We should also be teaching kids about Stranger Danger. Not Teaching them will only allow Kidnappers an edge in kidnapping kids.

100% agreed. Teaching young ones about Strangers is the best thing someone should do.

 

Kidnappers tend to go for young girls, and kidnappers tend to have several motives.

 

This is why I am happy, those who have been educating on this, those who teach others on this matter, even young children to teach and speak their story, these ones are the ones who have this wisdom and their solution is to educate and teach.

 

We must teach our children, we are obligated to do so.

 

 

 

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Yes. Because the only thing an abuser, a rapist, a kidnapper, a killer, etc wants is someone who is uneducated and inexperienced. Only only takes a small amount of time to talk to change the tides of battle, in this case, the battle for safety.

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Oh so funny, even when I'm not in the 'house' there are 'wars' going on. @JOHN BUTLER

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