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Shocking Pedophilia in Target: What You Urgently Need to Know

Saturday, November 19, 2016 9:07
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By Deborah Dupré

Cameron Cook was at a Target store with his mom over the weekend when he saw a little girl alone and noticed a strange man standing too close to her. Cameron’s mom, Heather, was preoccupied shopping and at first tried to pull Cameron along. The 17-year-old insisted his mother stop to assess the situation. Something was definitely wrong.

“I seen the guy grabbing himself, and my mom goes, ‘Cam, let’s go. Keep walking,’ I was like, ‘No, something’s going on.’”

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“I was close enough that I could smell the liquor coming from his mouth,” said Heather, “It was horrible.”

Cameron did two things: 1) He fearlessly approached the large man, and 2) He loudly asked the man what he was doing.

“So I went up to him, I was like, ‘Excuse me sir, do you know her?’ And then the first thing he said was, ‘I’m not a pervert, I’m not a pervert.’ I was like, I didn’t ask you that sir,” said Cameron.

Cameron continued speaking down to the man until he ran out of the store.

“It’s likely the teenager saved the little girl from an unthinkable fate,” Inspire More stated.

“He was big, and Cameron had no fear at all,” said his mother. “He just stood firm on the fact that he knew what this man was doing was wrong.”

Cameron wants no praise for his actions, only to inspire others to step in when they feel that something is not right.

“Pedophilia is considered an “abnormal or unnatural attraction.” Pedophilia is defined as the fantasy or act of sexual activity with prepubescent children. Pedophiles are usually men, and can be attracted to either or both sexes. How well they relate to adults of the opposite sex varies. (Psychology Today)

“Perpetrators often delude themselves into viewing their actions as helpful to children. They might tell themselves they are contributing to a child’s development or that the child is enjoying the act; however, they do tell their victims not to alert their parents or authorities.”

Reporting pedophilia often results in the reporting person being victimized, disbelieved, and/or distrusted because too little is known about prevalence of pedophilia. Furthermore, it is easier to remain in denial, blame the messenger, and avoid addressing the real issue. No bully of any type, however, whether diagnosed mentally ill or not, will ever stop their unacceptable behavior on their own.

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First across Europe and now, across the United States, people of goodwill  simply wear a safety pin to clearly show street crime victims that they are not alone when harassed or intimidated and that they can turn to the safe person for help.

“I’m just happy I was there to protect her,” said Cameron. “Because you never know what could have went on.”

Source: Josh Startling at Inspire More

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  • What a BS story of your fear

    • Ah, thank you, Ralban, for demonstrating exactly what I’d explained in the article about pedophile whistle-blowers! How perfect. Thank you for reading it and commenting.

    • https://danceswithfat.wordpress.com/2016/11/13/should-you-wear-a-safety-pin-say-something-sunday/

      “It’s the small act of wearing a safety pin to show that we are in solidarity with marginalized groups. This is in response to the US having a president-elect who ran on a platform of blatant racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia, misogyny, anti-Queer anti-Trans sentiment, and anti-Semitism, whose election was supported, endorsed, and celebrated by the KKK, and who has appointed a white supremacist and a boatload of viciously anti-queer and trans people to his transition team…”

      You could tell the story was setting you up, from the first hint of heterophobia.

      • With all due respect, this article set you up for what? For a little encouragement to help children being stalked for sex? For other victims of bullies? So… ?? Thank you for reading it – and for detailing the safety pin campaign.

        • I admire the intention, but anyone predator can put on a safety pin.

          You need a campaign in charge of making the pin unique or something else not so readily available…then only distribute after the person is vetted.

          • You, so far so good with this campaign, but I really agree with you. Sensitivity training in this field goes a long way. I’ve seen gown men in the marines break down and weep in well facilitated programs so that they have a change of heart and truly want to protect and serve.

            Same with grown men who were abused as children, but had been denied access to sources where they could speak about it and heal. They became some of the strongest protectors after sensitivity training — “vetting”. There are remarkable programs out there to help halt bullying violence and they all need more volunteer facilitators.

    • st

      are you afraid someone might stop YOU at your game? :idea: :arrow:

  • Fabricated nonsense. Where was the child’s parents? Links to local news reports to validate it? The story has so many holes, it’s ridiculous. Why would you post garbage like this?

    • Inspiremore.com is not a legitimate source. Anyone can post there.

    • Hilarious, Factcheck. Looks like you totally missed the point here, but thank you for trying.
      Why write and publish this story? Because, the fact is — as news reports, suicide Hotlines, psychologists and polls of a variety of sources are showing — that violence against others, bullying, hate crimes have been on a steep rise in the states of late to the point, many people are attempting to address it better than when a similar wave was encouraged in Nazi Germany. Thank you for asking about that.

  • Really? I thought wearing a safety pin was a sign of being a helpless, crybaby, who can’t face reality, without having a tantrum, falling to the ground, and screaming for a safe space.

    • Na, Dispenser. What you’ve written is simply the sophomoric line that people with little to no understanding nor compassion are repeating these days. The campaign really did begin in Europe. Check it out.

  • Yes, yes. Some of the worst of them are High School female teachers preying on young males.

    HUNDREDS of them the past few decades. It is amazing! Moms your boys are not safe in High School!!! Forget about your daughters. Nobody wants them. Not even the Catholic priest!!! :shock: :shock:

  • J

    Thank you, Deborah. There is never a need to mock when a child is any chance of being in danger.

    • J – You’re welcome and I appreciate your comment. It seems, however, that some people here do feel a deep need to mock, even when a child is at risk.

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