Unwitting boys in Grimsby were tricked into sending intimate pictures of themselves after sexual predator set up fake profiles. A serial sex offender has been branded an "evil predator" after targeting young boys in Grimsby and asking them to send him naked pictures of themselves. James Utting, 36, pretended to be a teenage girl in "cruel" deceptions by setting up false social media profiles using a picture of a year-old girl. He became "addicted" to tricking hundreds of other boys across a wide area of the country, including Grimsby, for his perverted online fantasies, a court heard. Matthew Lawson, prosecuting, told Winchester Crown Court that Utting created false social media profiles using an image of a year-old girl. Utting encouraged the unwitting boys to send naked pictures of themselves and images of them committing sex acts.
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By Daily Mail Reporter. It comes as more than 14, anonymous testimonies of harassment and assault against young women and girls have been collated on the site. Boys like my son, Henry. A mother who lives in London, recalls her son Henry being expelled for sharing a girl's nude photograph when he was age 15 file image. Henry was about to turn 16 and had been back at school for just a few weeks following the Christmas holidays. He was a smart, happy, sociable teen who enjoyed his co-ed boarding school, while his younger sister, 14 at the time, was at a private day school in the London suburb where we lived. He was very keen to board at 13 and, although it was against my better judgment, we allowed him to go as his father had enjoyed his time at an all-boys boarding school.
A young naked boy with a bath towel looks out the window while drinking a coffee
As the war continues against "lad culture" which, according to David Blunkett, is responsible for boys' consistently poor exam results it may be worth considering some of the real differences between boys and girls, some of which persist throughout life. It is clear that there are real differences in the way that boys and girls think and so it comes as no surprise that the ways in which they learn are different. For example, put a group of 7 year old boys together with a pile of Lego blocks and they will generally try and build the biggest tower, each taking pride in adding the latest block to construction.