You should never be asked to do anything with anyone you aren’t comfortable doing and it is not ok for someone to expect you or your friends to do things you don’t want to.
Sexual Exploitation (sometimes called child sexual exploitation or CSE) is when a young person is forced or tricked into doing something sexual, sometimes receiving something in return like love, affection, money, drugs or alcohol.
The person who does this may be a boyfriend, girlfriend, mate, an adult in your life or someone you’ve just met. This can happen in person and it can also happen when chatting online with new people. It can happen to both boys and girls.
A good relationship should be built on trust and understanding. It’s so easy to get caught up in the excitement of the first weeks of a new relationship especially if lots of the experiences are new too; cars, parties, meeting new people, going to new places. Sometimes though, these good times come at a price and people who you’ve grown to like and spend time with, are not good for you. They might ask you to do things that you don’t want to, and you might do it because you want to please them or you think you can’t say no.
You may be forced to have sex, or do other sexual things like oral sex or touching. You might be asked to do things with others like touching them or dancing with them. You may be made to watch others have sex or do things. You may be asked to take naked photographs and videos or do sexual things via web-chat. It can feel good to have someone tell you they love you, buy you gifts, take you round in their car and look after you. We all want to be loved and have someone special in our life. Love in a good relationship should be about respect and care. You should never be asked to do anything with anyone you aren’t comfortable doing and it is not ok for someone to expect you or your friends to do things you don’t want to.
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