Unmonitored random chat

19-May-2020 03:33

The acronym is a little strange, but it stands for Multi-User Dungeon.A college student in England named Roy Trubshaw created MUD off the ideas of the popular game Dungeons and Dragons in 1978.As an open-minded parent who actually talks to my children, I’m aware of the nudity and pornography available online and know there are pedophiles and perverts all over.I also understand that teens often have more knowledge and experience with social media than their parents, and the majority of teens are not upfront and honest with how they spend their time online.There was no way I knew where this girl lived, and even if I reported her to the site, the damage was already done.

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I will continue to ask my daughter about the websites she frequents.

I had a mature discussion with my daughter about the site, and I do believe that she just laughs the nudity off, clicking disconnect immediately with no interest in participating in the sex-based encounters, but what of the children who don’t have involved parents to make sure they understand right from wrong or safe from unsafe?

At the end of the night, I knew I wanted to educate other parents about these sites and to encourage parents to have a conversation with their children about online nudity and sexual encounters.

These 'rooms' allow you to talk to anyone about anything at any time. Creations such as these take time to develop, but it wasn't that long ago that the idea of chat rooms were conceived, primarily due to the popularity of an online game.

If you're a big video game lover, it's very likely that you have heard the term MUD used when discussing old-fashioned games.

I will continue to ask my daughter about the websites she frequents.

I had a mature discussion with my daughter about the site, and I do believe that she just laughs the nudity off, clicking disconnect immediately with no interest in participating in the sex-based encounters, but what of the children who don’t have involved parents to make sure they understand right from wrong or safe from unsafe?

At the end of the night, I knew I wanted to educate other parents about these sites and to encourage parents to have a conversation with their children about online nudity and sexual encounters.

These 'rooms' allow you to talk to anyone about anything at any time. Creations such as these take time to develop, but it wasn't that long ago that the idea of chat rooms were conceived, primarily due to the popularity of an online game.

If you're a big video game lover, it's very likely that you have heard the term MUD used when discussing old-fashioned games.

“What kind of mother would allow her daughter to be on a site like that, let alone sit and participate?