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Tips to avoid sexual abuse in chat rooms.

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Dear mothers and fathers,

Girls and boys approach the world with never-ending curiosity; they want to learn things and discover a space for themselves. They are fascinated by meeting new people, especially if they meet them without parental control. Smiley

Chat rooms offer them this possibility. They open up a new world for children and young people in which they not only can meet interesting people, but where they can present and try out their own ideas. 
They enjoy playing roles while chatting and inventing a new gender and age for themselves, or a new appearance, new hobbies and enthusiasms, personal qualities, home town, and so on.

Perhaps you have heard recently about the dangers of chat rooms and you are worried about your daughter or your son. There have been increasingly frequent reports in the media about how abusers have discovered chat rooms as a way of getting in touch with potential victims and of abusing them to satisfy their fantasies of sexual violence.

smileyIn spite of the dangers, mothers and fathers should not make chatting online into something worse than it really is and frighten their daughters and sons about it. Fear is not a good way of dealing with the issue. It weakens people's resistance: fear can cripple. Banning chats is just as inadvisable. Prohibitions only lead children and young people to go online in secret without their parents knowing, and if they are being sexually exploited, they will be even less likely to trust their parents or other adults.

Girls and boys need objective information and a healthy level of mistrust so that they can recognise the dangers of online chats early on and not fall prey to the tricks of the abusers. They need parents who are well informed, and can discover the world of chat rooms with their children and try out ways of resisting sexual exploitation. smiley

Zartbitter in Cologne is a contact point in the fight against sexual abuse of girls and boys. Among other things, we show mothers, fathers and teachers ways of protecting children and young people against sexual abuse. For some time now, our staff have been regularly using pseudonyms to go into well-known chat rooms, some of which have been recommended by professionals for use by young people. We have learnt about the risks in chat rooms and we have tried out ways in which girls and boys can protect themselves against unacceptable sexual behaviour.

The pamphlet "click it! – tips to avoid sexual abuse in chat rooms" will inform you how abusers take advantage of girls and boys in chat rooms and how mothers and fathers can protect them.

We wish you and your daughters and sons all the best!
Zartbitter Cologne 

What is chatting?

Chat-Fenster A chat is an online dialogue by two or more people writing their messages on the computer in real time.

In order to register for a chat room, one has to think up a screen name and enter a password.
In the chat room itself, where a number of users may be chatting at the same time, the written dialogue is visible to all the users. In most chat rooms, people can invite each other for a private chat in a separate window (a private room), which can be opened with a mouse-click. This conversation can not be seen by anyone else, not even by the moderator. Some chat rooms (especially those for children) have moderators whose task it is to ensure that "chatiquette" (chat etiquette) is observed.
 A special chat language has been developed. People don't use capital letters; there are many abbreviations. Feelings are often expressed using smilies.
 If you have the right technical equipment, in many chat rooms you can also hear your chat partners. Using a microphone for the voice and a web-cam (a video camera attached to the computer) for the pictures, you can "telephone" in a chat room and see your partner on the screen. If both partners have cams and can see each other,Chat-room you have a cam2cam.
In almost all chat rooms, the users can provide a profile in which they can describe themselves (hobbies, slogan, job and so on) and include a photo.
Chat partners often exchange their private e-mail addresses or make contact via a messenger service like ICQ or MSN. There they can deposit a list of contacts and they can see which of them is online right now. Using the messenger, they can send cam- or voice recordings and send pics (pictures) or films. Many of the big internet providers provide free messenger software which can be downloaded without any special technical expertise.
The increasing simplicity of chat software has made it possible to install chats on many homepages. The service is usually financed by advertising.

How girls and boys can be abused in chat rooms

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There are many different ways in which children and young people can be sexually exploited in chat rooms:

Abusers . . .
  • harass girls and boys with sexual propositions,

  • get their victims involved in chat dialogues about sexual practices,

  • ask them about their sexual experiences,

  • describe to children and young people their sexual preferences—including perversions,

  • ask girls to sell them their used panties,

  • send pornographic material – including pictures and films showing the sexual exploitation of childrenTäter and young people,

  • masturbate in front of a webcam and send the video to the victim,

  • get young people to masturbate in front of a webcam and send them the pictures,

  • make pornographic films by recording the webcam transmissions of the sexual activities of children and young people,

  • produce virtual pornography by editing the heads of their young contacts from photos in their profiles or from photos which have been mailed to them on to pornographic pictures,

  • arrange meetings with children and young people in the real world, in order to abuse them,

  • offer them money to bring other children or young people with them to such meetings.

The strategies of the abusers

Kind sucht Internetfreunde In the same way that every pickpocket has his or her own particular technique of making as much money with as little effort as possible, abusers also develop strategies by which they can abuse girls and boys without begin discovered. Many of them start by finding out if their young chat partner is sitting alone at the computer or whether adults who might notice what's going on are nearby. Quite a few pretend to be young themselves in order to win the trust of children and young people. Some have developed the trick of becoming the affectionate uncle-type who understands children.
They get children and young people involved in conversation in order to find out more about the circumstances under which they live. In the next step, they begin carefully to awake their youthful curiosity about subjects like friendship, love and sexuality. Others come on strong, sending girls and boys unsolicited pornographic pictures or live transmissions of their exhibitionism via messenger services. The children don't have to open the files, and can delete them, but many of them don't. They are, understandably, curious and they want to know what's in their virtual mailbox.

Almost all of them try to convince their victims that it's quite normal for adults and young people to have sexualTäter im Internet contacts with children and to live out their perverse fantasies. They often suggest to girls and boys a so-called "fair deal" by offering them money. Abusers usually tell their victims that the contact should be a secret between them. If they resist, the abusers increase their seductive efforts or blackmail them. They threaten them, for example, with putting virtual pornography, which they have edited on the computer using photos of their faces, on to the internet.

Some try to reach their aim by getting on people's nerves. They put the children on their list of friends and find out from the messenger service as soon as the child logs in. The "game" can start again. 

What you should know as a parent

Junge versteckt sein Gesicht Children and young people know the technology of the internet usually far better than adults, but they find themselves completely ill-equipped when they are confronted with abusers. They are not in a position to see through their strategy. Many girls and boys, for example, would never dream that the information people give about themselves in their profiles may not be genuine.
Most young users feel secure in front of their own computer in their own trusted environment. They have sense that they are in a strong position, and so they often let themselves get involved in a chat with abusers who use explicitly sexual language in a way they would never do in real life. They can't assess the consequences this may have for their psychological health in the future.

wütendes MädchenNormally, in real life, children keep a healthy distance when they engage with strange adults. In chat rooms they don't see what their partner looks like, so that they will often find themselves having contact to people with whom they would not normally talk because of their unattractive manner.

People address each other informally in chat rooms—in Germany they use the familiar "du" form rather than the formal "Sie." That means that the usual protection from intimacy which is provided by formality is missing; instead there's a deceptive air of confidentiality. Children and young people enjoy being able to talk to adults on an equal footing and they communicate with their adult contacts with the same familiarity as they do with friends of their own age in real life. They are often more open with their chat partners than with their real friends, and they give them very personal information which is never intended to be forwarded to anyone else.

There are no typical victims of sexual exploitation in chat rooms. Children whose parents are convinced that their self-confident daughters and sons would never become victims are also at risk. Such girls and boys often lack a sense of healthy mistrust. They overestimate their ability to resist, and underestimate the abusers' criminal energy and deceptive skill.

Sexual violence in chat rooms is not only carried out by adult men and women, but by young people as well.   Internetverbindung

Adults usually advise girls and boys simply to turn off the computer if they come across something worrying in the internet. Such an "escape" ends the confrontation with violence, but the untreated distress about the violence which the young person has experienced in pictures and words may remain.

Internet filters designed to protect users from material unsuitable for children do not work in chat rooms. They cannot control chat dialogues. Filters can only block entire chat rooms.

Some chat room providers have installed software which replaces certain terms with others. If the word "sex" appears, it's replaced with "flowers." Many users defeat the filter programme: for example, they write "s*e*x" instead of "sex." 

How you can protect your daughters and sons

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As parents you have many ways of reducing the risk that your children will be subject to sexual exploitation in chat rooms.
  • Learn how to use the computer and the internet, so that you will have some insight into your child's world of virtual experience.

  • Let your daughters and sons explain the technology to you, and let them show you their favourite chat rooms.

  • Chat rooms are totally inappropriate as substitute babysitters. Spend time in chat rooms together with your children – in the same way as you watch television together.

  • Make sure your sons and daughters bookmark the chat rooms they use most and that the log in is automated. That way they can log in quickly and safely, and there's no risk of their landing on other sites as a result of a typing error.

  • Pretend to be a child when you are chatting online together with your own child. By playing this role, you will show your child that adults may pretend to be children in chat rooms.fröhliches Mädchen mit vielen Ideen am Computer

  • Together with your son or daughter, try out how to protect yourself against sexual advances or exhibitionism in chat rooms.

  • Don't ban chatting! That way you only get your children to chat online in secret – in internet cafés, at the homes of their friends or while you are away.

  • Set an example to your children by demonstrating that personal information does not belong on the internet. For example, ensure that no personal information about your daughters or sons (like their names or hobbies) appears on the sites of schools or clubs. Some abusers get their information from school websites so that they can talk to children outside the school gate. Clubs and schools are required to get the written permission of parents or guardians before they put photos or other personal information on the internet—even if the name of the child is not given in connection with the photo.

  • Most children want e-mail friends. Get a second e-mail address for your child, so that your daughter or son does not let strangers know the official e-mail address of the family.

  • Talk to your child about limiting the amount of time he or she spends on the internet. An hour a day should be a maximum for a twelve-year-old, for example. Otherwise your daughter or son runs the risk of neglecting his or her real-life contacts and of having too little time for playing or for other activities.

  • You should certainly set a limit on the amount of time your child spends on the internet in activities which tend towards violent behaviour.

  • Clear rules for using the internet are in any case educationally more useful than flexible rules. Girls and boys must be aware of the consequences of breaking the rules (for example, a temporary ban on using the internet), and the consequences should be applied consistently.

  • Internet connections should never be in a child's own room! Make sure that your children cannot go online without your knowledge. Particular care is needed with wireless internet access!

  • Put the computer with the internet connection in a central place in your home (in the hall, the living room or the workroom), so that you can see how long your daughter or son is on the internet and with whom they are in contact.Eltern helfen ihrem Kind

  • Try to avoid having a web-cam!

  • Make note of which chat rooms your daughter or son visits, from whom they get mails and to whom they write. Don't behave like a guard dog, but just keep an eye on your child's internet activity. Look at the Browser History and at the Temporary Internet Files to see what sites your son or daughter has been visiting.

  • When they're about twelve years old, girls and boys have the right to have their internet access rather less controlled, so that they can learn to be responsible in their internet use.

  • Talk to young people and young adults about developments in the virtual world, and find out what their experiences have been. Include mention of what's been going on in the chat room in your family conversation in the same way as you talk about experiences at school, in vocational training or in leisure time.

  • Be particularly attentive if your daughter or son always turns the computer off as soon as you come into the room, if they get presents or telephone calls from strangers, if they are online for hours at a time—especially in the evenings—or if they suddenly begin to behave unusually (for example, if they have sudden changes of mood, withdraw from family life, or are suddenly reluctant to talk about what they're doing on the internet). This kind of behaviour could have plenty of other causes but one should bear in mind that sexual abuse in a chat room could be a possible explanation.

When children and young people should be suspicious

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A healthy lack of trust helps one recognise a risky situation in the internet early!

Children and young people should be suspicious when someone in a chat room:
  • tries to find out if a girl of boy has pics or a webcam,

  • behaves in a very familiar fashion, as if he or she knows the girl or boy well,

  • finds it great that the girl or boy is still so young,

  • flatters the girl or boy and makes exaggerated compliments,

  • mostly wants to talk about sex or asks whether the girl or boy has already had sexual experiences,

  • wants to know exactly what the girl or boy looks like and wants to know, for example, whether a girl already has breasts or pubic hair,

  • has a screen name which has something to do with sex or is otherwise odd (e.g. cybermanforsex, hot_and_sweet, pocket_money_4u),wütendes Mädchen

  • asks whether the girl or boy is alone at the computer,

  • wants to find out a child's telephone or mobile numbers, real names or addresses, or the name of the school they go to, or tries to get hold of pictures,

  • gives generous presents or makes generous offers as to how the girl or boy can easily make a lot of money (for example, as a model),

  • threatens a girl or boy, or tries to blackmail them,

  • doesn't want the girl or boy to tell anyone else about the chat contact.

What girls and boys should know

Glühbirne Knowledge is power!
In the same way that children have to have road safety explained to them and they have to learn the rules of the road, they should be told step by step from primary school age about the risks of the internet, and they should learn appropriate safety rules.

Girls and boys must know:
  • Abusers often try to find out the real names, addresses, telephone and mobile numbers of girls and boys, as well the address of their school. They intend to molest the children or young people sexually by telephone, to send porn messages to their mobiles or to bother them outside the school gate or in front of the homes. That's why they should never give this information out in chat rooms or via e-mail.

  • Some chat rooms require people to give their names, private phone numbers and addresses in order to register. It can sometimes happen that this information lands up on the internet by mistake. One should never fill out such forms with real information but invent names and addresses and refuse to include a phone number. That is not lying; it's protecting oneself!Junge schämt sich

  • A password is like a front-door key. Any one who knows a password may have access to very personal information. Passwords should only be made known to people who are absolutely trustworthy, where one is absolutely sure they won't poke about in one's messages. Passwords should never be made known to chat contacts or strangers.

  • Children who have a user name which reveals their age or how they look (sweety12f or cooler_boy12) are particularly likely to be molested by abusers. Girls and boys should think up a screen name which doesn't give any such hints and won't awake the interest of abusers.

  • Many chat rooms offer the possibility of including a profile which gives personal information. Some abusers try to use this information to find out precisely who children are. One should never give exact details in profiles; one should change one's name and date of birth and think up another town to live in.
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  • Many abusers prefer to have as little stress as possible in their search for victims. If a girl or boy includes in their profile that they will block all users who send them sexual information or pictures, they will usually find that they will be bothered less.
  • Everything which is written in a chat room can be read by everyone who's online. One should never give very personal information in the chat room, and one should also not give information about friends, family or other people.

  • It's impossible to know whether the person behind a screen name isn't someone one knows in real life (for example, someone who goes to the same school). One also doesn't know what people do with the information you give them. One should be particularly careful when communicating with chat contacts, and not necessarily tell them things which one might tell one's friends and acquaintances.

  • Many users pretend to be someone else. It's easy to "fake" since your chat partner can't see you (unless you have a webcam). One should always be very suspicious and not believe everything one is told.

  • Photographs can be edited on a computer. One never knows what someone else might do with one's photo. One should never send photos to a chat partner or include a photo in one's profile—and certainly never a photo which shows one in underwear or swimwear, or wearing a sexy top!

  • Abusers often try to find out if children are alone at the computer or alone in the house. In the same way that girls and boys shouldn't say on the phone that their parents are away for several hours, they shouldn't say such things in a chat room. Saying things like "my Dad will be back in a minute" or "my Mum also uses this computer" offers a certain amount of protection against the possibility that abusers will try to send pornographic pictures or films.
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  • Chatting online is often fun. But it can also be embarrassing and even scary. One should always leave a chat room if one finds that things have moved into strange or unpleasant territory.
  • Abusers know that almost all girls and boys are interested in topics like friendship, love and sex. Many try to win the confidence of children and young people, by talking about these topics in a relaxed and easygoing way. The German public health information office (the BZgA) has brought out two pamphlets which answer a lot of the questions young people have. One is "Mädchensache(n) – Alles über Freundschaft, Liebe, das erste Mal, Lust und Frust" ("Girls' Stuff: everything about friendship, love, the first time, love and disappointment"); the other is "In unserer Straße – Jungsgeschichten über Liebe, Freundschaft, Sex und Aids" ("On Our Street: boys' stories about love, friendship, sex and AIDS"). They can be ordered free from
  • It can be dangerous to arrange meetings with chat contacts: one never knows how old they really are and what they really want. One should never meet a contact whom one doesn't know without taking an adult along. It's not enough to take a friend of one's own age. The meeting place for the first meeting should always be a public place where there'll be other people around (like a café).

  • Some victims are ashamed to tell their parents what they have experienced in a chat room, or they don't trust themselves to do so. Girls and boys should think about who else they can turn to for assistance if they are bothered in a chat room.

  • Abusers can be very tricky and clever. It's often only afterwards that one realises that one has been taken advantage of. Whether or not girls or boys have kept to agreements they have made with their parents, they are never the guilty parties when they are abused. It is always the abuser who carries the responsibility. Harassing people sexually in a chat room is a punishable offence. That's the law!

How children can protect themselves against sexual abuse

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Not many abusers will cease just because they have been clicked away once. Most of them try repeatedly to make contact. Girls and boys should think up and try out creative ways appropriate to their age-group of fighting sexual molestation and abuse on the internet.

  • Exhibitionists who masturbate in front of a web-cam can be best stopped by denying them the "admiration" they seek for their erect penis. Instead one can make dismissive remarks like, "that looks boring/stupid/odd/disgusting."

  • When abusers bother children with sexual language, they can often be stopped with a firm NO: "Leave me alone, you idiot. I don't want to talk to you!"

  • Children and young people can block users with whom they do not want to chat. But beware: many abusersSmiley simply try to make contact under another screen name!

  • It's often helpful as a way of putting a stop to sexual molestation to "offer" to get an adult: "You enjoy talking about sex so much, I'll go and get my mother, and you can talk to her," or "I'll save everything you write and give it to the policeman I met at school."  

If your child is abused

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Victims of sexual exploitation are likely to be able to deal with the experience of violence without suffering long-term consequences if those who are around them provide calm support in a way which is suitable for the age of the child.
  • React sensibly and don't panic! Take a deep breath and be aware first of all of your own reactions! It's quite understandable on a human level for you to react forcefully, but such a reaction can often lead to children or young people clamming up.

  • Don't accuse your child, even if he or she hasn't confided in you about the incident, and you've only found out about it by accident (for example, because of a telephone call or a present from a stranger, through information on the computer or from other children). It is seldom that victims tell their parents themselves.

  • Ask calm and objective questions about exactly what has happened, and encourage the victim to talk about it. Don't ask too many questions and don't discuss whether the victim did something wrong themselves or whether they didn't keep to agreements they'd made with you. However a child has behaved, the responsibility for sexual abuse lies with the abuser!

  • Comfort the victim. Remain calm. Don't over-dramatise the situation.Familie holt sich fachliche Beratung

  • It is normal for the victim to exhibit spontaneous physical reactions, like crying, shivering, shaking or stomach cramps. Such reactions are not exaggerated. It helps with the process of dealing with the issue if fear, disgust and anxiety can be expressed.

  • Under no circumstances should you encourage the child to relax, since relaxation reinforces memories of the images of violence and the feelings which were called forth by the abuse.

  • If the child gets lost in its own pain and becomes hard to reach, even though you deal with the matter calmly and clearly, then physical activity (like a short walk) can often help to bring him or her back to reality.

  • Don't speak to the child about experiences of sexual violence just before bedtime. That can often lead to sleep disorders and nightmares.

  • Common sense, however, is not enough on its own to provide the help that children and young people who have been abused need. Adults should be informed, for example, about the kind of reactions children who have been confronted with child pornography exhibit. Obtain specialist counselling so that you can really help your child!

If your son or daughter collects pornographic material

Junge schaut gebannt aber traurig auf seinen Computer It is notable that there are many young exhibitionists on the internet. This is not surprising, since about a third of all the offences committed against the sexual self-determination of children and young people are committed by abusers who are under 18 years old.
The internet offers an open space where inhibitions about using and producing child pornography can easily be overcome, so that people slide into a career of abuse. Regular use of pornography on the internet is dangerous: itSmiley often leads to the removal of inhibitions and increases the chances of developing patterns of aggressive sexual behaviour.

Adults should take note if they find files with pornographic material on the computers of girls and boys, or if they discover that they have been visiting porn sites. But they shouldn't panic, at least so long as these are occasional incidents. It is quite credible that children and young people occasionally find themselves on porn sites by mistake. They might mistype the name of a site they intend to visit. But parents should become suspicious if they find a pornography collection on their child's computer. If theySmiley do, they should seek specialist advice. It does not help your child if do nothing out of embarrassment. Valuable help is available from counselling and advice centres for young abusers. They don't just deal with children and young people who have already abused someone; they also work to prevent such behaviour by ensuring that boys and girls do not start on a career as an abuser.

Sexual exploitation in chat rooms is a punishable offence!

Since April 1st, 2004, the law in Germany has improved its protection of children and young people in chat rooms.

ParagraphParagraph 176 of the criminal code makes sexual abuse without physical contact into a punishable offence. This includes trying to convince a child on the internet to take part in sexual activity, contacting a child by e-mail to arrange a meeting for sexual activity, or showing pornography to a child with the intention that the child should carry out the activities shown. It is also a punishable offence to offer a child in the internet for sexual abuse, whether the offer is serious or intended as a "joke".

These offences carry prison sentences of between three months and five years. The statute of limitations for these cases starts only when the victim has reached the age of eighteen.

Paragraph 184 of the code is designed to counter the distribution of child pornography. It forbids its public display, production and offering for sale. It is not only illegal to provide child pornography to someone else (for which the penalty is a three- to five-year prison sentence); it's also illegal to possess child pornography for one's own use. If someone has child pornography on a hard disc, a floppy or other data storage medium, they can expect a prison sentence of up to two years.

If your daughter or son is subjected to sexual exploitation in a chat room, contact the police. You should have the internet address, the date, the times (exact to the second), the pseudonym of the abuser and, if possible, his or her e-mail address. You should also print out the chat dialogue. You should send all this to the police as soon as possible since internet connection data are only held by providers (if at all) for a limited time. The IP address is kept for six months. This is a code which identifies who was communicating with whom at a particular time. But this can only be found out if the time matches exactly.

Any police station or special police unit dealing with sexual exploitation on the internet will take complaints. The police take information also on the internet under:

You can also report sexual exploitation of children in chat rooms to the Office for Youth Protection on the Internet. There's a form to make a complaint under: E-Mail:

How to save dialogues in a chat room:

If you press "Alt" and "Print" simultaneously, you get a picture of the chat window. By pressing "Ctrl + V" you can paste the window into Word or into a graphic programme and then save it. Never save pictures with child pornography!

Use the mouse to mark the text in the chat window and make a copy by pressing "Ctrl + C." You can paste this text into Word or a graphic programme using "Ctrl + V" and then save it. Never save pictures with child pornography!

Useful telephone numbers for parents and teachers: N.I.N.A. 01805-12 34 65
Nationale Infoline, Netzwerk und Anlaufstelle zu sexueller Gewalt an Mädchen und Jungen
(National Infoline, Network and Contact Point for Sexual Violence against Girls and Boys)

Never save child pornography—even as evidence!
The possession of hard discs, floppies or other data storage devices with pictures or films showing the sexual exploitation of children is a punishable offence—whatever the motive of the "collector".

"click it! " – Protection against sexual abuse in chat rooms

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The Zartbitter project "click it!" against sexual abuse in chat rooms was set up on the initiative of "wir helfen" ("we help"), a project for children of the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger newspaper
Within the "click it!" framework, staff from Zartbitter Cologne can provide the following information and training events on how to prevent sexual abuse in chat rooms:
  • Parents evenings for mothers and fathers in Cologne

  • Lectures for people working in the field in the Rhineland

  • All-day specialist seminars (also outside the region)

  • Training courses lasting more than one day (also beyond the region)
Single copies of "click it! – for parents" can be obtained by sending a self-addressed A4 envelope with a € 1.45 stamp to Zartbitter Cologne. Larger quantities can be had against a charge for the cost of production. Further information about ordering can be found on

"click it! – for girls and boys" provides tips for children and young people on how to recognise sexual exploitation in chat rooms, how to protect and defend themselves against it. Single copies can be obtained by sending a self-addressed envelope with a € 1.45 stamp to Zartbitter Cologne. Larger quantities can be had against a charge for the cost of production. Further information about ordering can be found on

Zartbitter staff offer "click it!" workshops for girls and boys from grades 5 to 9 in Cologne and the surrounding area. Zartbitter's music theatre piece "click it!" against sexual abuse in chat rooms, for children in grades 5 to 8, had its premiere in October 2005 and is now touring throughout the German speaking world. For more information, contact

Publishing details:
© Zartbitter Köln: Ursula Enders 2005
"click it! For adults". Tips to avoid sexual abuse in chat rooms.

Text: Ursula Enders
Illustrations and graphic design: Dorothee Wolters, Köln
Editorial team: Bernd Eberhardt, Ursula Enders, Yücel Kossatz, Eckhard Pieper, Simone Schulte

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