Sex from online gaming
But, these 3,500 accounts are just the tip of the iceberg.
The truth is, predators are still using gaming as a way to gain access to children on a daily basis.
Might it be that the more they game, the more game the women are for other, more active pursuits?
Or could it be that sex and gaming simply perform the very same emotional function for so many women?
This led Gamehouse's chief gamer, Matt Hulett, to offer one of the great sentences of this year, or any other: "Maybe if we all watched a little less TV and played more games online, we'd all be having a little more sex." I am sure Dr.
Ruth, the Mother Teresa of all things sexual, could not have put it better herself.
You will, no doubt, wish to go into the female gaming phenomenon in even greater detail.
Gamers, apparently, are no longer teenage boys with growing pains.
(I am assuming that this meant with another human being.) Apparently 70 percent of these relationship-laden ladies are actually happy in these relationships.
Which might suggest that gaming is good for our society's fabric, if not for the fabric of your office chair.
Cuomo has instructed local law enforcement in the local Department of Corrections and Community Supervision that registered sex offenders are to be banned from playing any sort of online game, with the particular mention of Pokemon Go.
In an open letter to Niantic, published online, Governor Cuomo indicates his concern over the potential for the abuse of in-game 'lures' to attract groups of children and other vulnerable players towards the homes of paedophiles, rapists and other sex offenders and asks Niantic to help enforce the new laws by offering them access to "the most up-to-date information of offenders within the Sex Offender Registry.""Protecting our children and ensuring their safety is our top priority, and the State of New York is moving swiftly to respond to troubling news that young children using Pokmon Go are being steered to locations in close proximity to, or even at, sex offender residences," Cuomo writes.
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Predators will most likely start off a conversation with an innocent question about the child’s name or age, and then move into more inappropriate questions as the relationship grows.