Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Everything seems so much more innocent in a text. Especially coming from your boyfriend. Kevin was this awesome guy I met online. He went to another school and he had a cool car. We talked all the time. He made me feel good. He was like my own private adventure. It was exciting and fun. When he started asking for revealing pictures, I guess I just thought it was normal. At first, it was embarrassing. But I was like, it's just a bikini top, and he said he really loved me. And yeah, it felt kind of good knowing somebody wanted to see me, epecially when I didn't always feel that good about myself. But it got to be so much pressure. He kept asking for more and for me to take off my bra. It made me think about how much I really knew Kevin. We'd only actually hung out in person a few times. The last time we ended up at some guy's house party and things got really physical. I didn't say anything but I kind of felt like that was all he wanted. A lot of his behavior was coming off so creepy. When I stopped sending them, he got pissed. I just wanted him to chill out with the requests but he started sending like, immature threats. Seriously? Really? So it was going downhill fast. I tried to ignore him but he was blowing up my phone. Then the plot thickened. Jonathan. Hey, Kim. Have you seen your picture up? Oh my God. He posted one of my pictures. I had never felt betrayed like that before. Our private relationship, my trust was being used against me. It was beyond over and I let him know it. But Kevin still has my photos and I can't control what he does with them. I loved how my relationship with him felt so private until it made me feel powerless. Be careful, online relationships can be dangerous. That sense of privacy feels safe and exciting. But that privacy can also isolate you and lead to manipulation. But no matter what you've agreed to in the past, you can change your mind. And that decision should always be respected. She's right. Actually, Kim, can I, can I say something? Please do. If you're the person pressuring someone to do something they're not comfortable with after they've said no, you're acting like a predator. Being in a relationship means respecting the other person's choices. And I can't believe I have to say this, but if you're demanding nudes, sharing them or threatening to share them, that's disgusting. Not to mention illegal. Anyone who does that loses all respect. Thanks, Jonathan. No problem. Sorry for interrupting. If you find yourself in a similar situation and you're struggling with what to do, talk to someone you trust. What happened to me has been hard to move past, but talking about it has helped a lot. And hopefully, it can help you too.