If you see these abbreviations on your child's phone, be aware that your child's safety could be at risk and make sure to discuss online safety rules: ASL(R/P) stands for "Age, Sex, Location" ("Race/Picture"), requesting identifying personal data ADR is short for "address" AEAP and ALAP stand for "As Early As Possible" and "As Late As Possible" F2F stands for "Face to Face", offering to video chat or meet in person LMIRL stands for "Let's Meet In Real Life" NAZ stands for "Name, Address, Zip" MOOS and MOSS stand for "Member Of the Opposite Sex" and "Member Of the Same Sex", referring to a person's sexual orientation Sor G is another common way to ask someone's sexual orientation, "Straight or Gay" Mor F and RUMor F both stand for "Male Or Female" and "Are You Male Or Female" RU/18 is asking, "Are you 18? " referring to one's sexual promiscuity Banana means, "penis" BF and GF mean "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" Broken means the sender is hung over from being drunk BRT stands for, "Be Right There" CU46 translates to, "See you for sex" DOC stands for "Drug Of Choice" FAH stands for "F***ing A Hottie" GNOC stands for "Get Naked On Cam" referring to a live webcam GYPO stands for "Get Your Pants Off" I&I stands for "Intercourse & Inebriation" IWSN stands for "I Want Sex Now" J/O means, "Jerking Off", which refers to masturbation KFY and K4Y both mean "Kiss For You" Kitty refers to the vagina KOTL stands for "Kiss On The Lips" LH6 translates to, "Let's have sex" MPFB stands for, "My Personal F*** Buddy" NALOPKT stands for, "Not A Lot Of People Know That" NIFOC stands for "Nude In Front Of the Computer" OLL is, "Online Love" PRON is an intentional misspelling of the word "porn" in reference to pornography Q2C means, "Quick to c*m", insulting a person's sexual prowess by accusing them of having premature ejaculation RUH means "Are you horny?
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In many instances they're doing the things they're talking about too, whether it's going to parties, taking drugs or having sex."Knowing the language that your child might be using to keep you in the dark can help you protect them from making choices that could hurt them.
Also, advises, "be aware of which devices your kids have access to that connect to the Internet.
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