Sexual Predator Masquerading as Parent Blogger


Keeping Kids Safe


It has come to my attention that there is a sexual predator masquerading as a parent blogger in our midst, and is even an active participant on Entrecard in the Family/Parenting category. I’m furious! To think that I had unwittingly given this pervert advertising opportunities on my Entrecard widget in the past has me feeling enraged and sick to my stomach. It won’t happen ever again!

Having been a victim of sexual abuse myself as a child, and currently writing a series of articles on the subject, I am furious that this sorry sack of flesh would have the nerve to seek advertising on my blog and many others.

I have a message for you, Mr. Pervert! Stop requesting advert space on my blog, you will be denied! I know who you are and I know what blogs you own, so go crawl back into your snake hole and stay put! You are not welcome here! Having said that, it is important to note that not all male family bloggers are sex offenders, so I will continue to use Entrecard and enjoy discovering quality blogs and share advert space on my widget.

For legal reasons, and to respect the rights to privacy for the victim, please do not ask me who it is. I cannot tell you, although I would LOVE to, so you could deny his advert requests too! I can only hope that the officials of Entrecardhave been made aware, and it is my sincere hope that this maniac will be banned very soon, and have his cough, choke, spit…family blogs deleted from the Blogosphere.

The subject of sexually abused children is one that I take very seriously, and I’m working hard to bring you more informative articles to help you parents protect your children. Since I began the sexual abuse series, I have been inundated with emails from victims telling me their personal stories, especially since I know all too well what they went through. If you have been a victim of sexual abuse and want to talk to me, please use the Contact link at the top of my blog, and I will reply promptly.

I have heard from several mothers whose child was sexually abused while in school, daycare, church, by a relative or close family friend, and have asked me to write about the problems associated with “mother blame”. What is the first thing that crosses your mind when you hear about a child being sexually abused? Like many people, the question “Where was the mother?” is often the first thing that crosses people’s minds. Mothers are being vilified and ridiculed in society as being neglectful parents of these children, and it’s got to stop.

For the sake of child safety, it is imperative that parents learn the identifying characteristics of a pedophile, because these perverts are constantly using a variety of “grooming methods” to get close to children.

Further Reading:

The Profile of A Pedophile

Signs and Symptoms of Child Sexual Abuse


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29 Responses to “Sexual Predator Masquerading as Parent Blogger”

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  1. Lin says:

    GA, both boys and girls are at risk of being sexually abused. I did read and comment on your article on the subject, and found some things I cannot advocate or recommend parents do. Thank you for your comment and thoughts on this extremely important topic.

  2. Kim says:

    This has left such a sick feeling in my stomach. THanks for the heads up..

  3. Lin I’ve just posted on the protocol for reporting any suspicious online activity toward children. Also, alleged predator again applied to advertise on my site. Will be intersting to see if he tries you again as well.

  4. Mr V says:

    Persistent little bugger, eh?

  5. Carol says:

    I know I am late coming into this blog but you need to know that there are very effective ways of dealing with online sexual predators. All local and national law enforcement units are actively seeking these predators and will take action. All you have to do is go onto the FBI website and give them the information. They will take care of it. If you know, or suspect, that someone is in imminent danger call law enforcement right away – do not wait.

  6. Lin says:

    Hi Carol, thank you for that info. Megan (commenter above) and the victim of this guy are handling the situation personally and are doing everything possible legally and ethically. Welcome to the site Carol! 🙂

  7. Mike says:

    I try not to be judgmental but was wondering how do you know that the guy is a sexual predator. Maybe I missed something along the way

  8. Lin says:

    Hi Mike, those that are closest to the situation (legally and personally) are dealing with this ‘family blogger’ perp and working to get his blogs deleted or removed. I haven’t heard about or read any updates on whether that goal has been accomplished yet, but I’ll be checking into that.

  9. Lela says:

    Predators are everywhere..highly manipulative and great actors..I would know, I turned one in who was once a family friend.
    Be safe, this seems like a great site.