I have written many articles about exposing children to transgender issues so will not dive too deep into it. But if you’re interested to know on what my position is on this issue, you can see one of my articles HERE (Will Open on a new Page).
With that being said, Jeffrey Marsh is a Child Predator and a Groomer. He releases countless of TikTok videos asking children to contact him directly to push the whole transgender agenda on innocent children. He also released a video telling kids it’s OK to go “No Contact” with their parents. Jeffrey Marsh has no business in contacting children. Especially with such a dangerous topic such as LGBT or Transgender issues.
Jeffrey Marsh use social media to contact children because it is an easy way to gain access to them. In general, social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok have made it easy for predators to create fake accounts and pretend to be someone else. They use these accounts to communicate with children, gain their trust, and then lure them into dangerous situations.
Grooming is a process where predators use social media to build a relationship with their victim. They will often start by sending a friendly message, and gradually build a rapport with the child. They may compliment them, listen to their problems, and offer them advice. Over time, they will escalate the conversation to more sexual topics, and may even send them explicit images. This process can take weeks or even months, and the child may not even realize they are being groomed until it’s too late.
Child sex predators use similar tactics, but their intention is to immediately lure the child into a dangerous situation. They may pose as someone the child knows or pretend to be a teenager themselves. They will then start to ask the child for personal information, such as their address, phone number, and school name. They may try to convince the child to meet up with them in person, often by promising them gifts or money.
It is essential for parents to monitor their children’s social media accounts and to have open and honest conversations with them about online safety. Parents should know their children’s passwords and should regularly check their messages, friend requests, and online activity. They should also teach their children about the dangers of online predators and encourage them to tell a trusted adult if they ever feel uncomfortable or threatened by someone online.
If a parent or child suspects that a predator is targeting them, they should report it to law enforcement immediately. The police can work with social media platforms to track down these predators.