- Website allows anonymous users to post nude photos of students
- It allows users to ask for nude photos of specific students by name
- Photo of Cliff Pfleger’s daughter was shared to site and he had it removed
- He’ s warning others about the site on Facebook page ‘No Nude Selfies’
Parents on Long Island are being alerted to a shocking website that allows anonymous users to post nude photos of students that are being traded like ‘baseball cards.’
The Archdiocese of Rockville Centre recently sent a letter to principals who then warned parents about the illicit website that allows users to ask for photos of specific students by name.
‘Young girls are cooperating with the request to submit pictures and are, unknowingly, participating in their own victimization,’ the Archdiocese letter reads, according to PIX 11.
‘…Male students have reportedly copied these pictures and ‘trade them like baseball cards.”
Cliff Pfleger is well aware of the illicit website, as an anonymous user uploaded a picture of his teenage daughter.
Luckily the photo of his daughter her in a bathing suit and not a nude one, but the concerned father said there are explicit photos of others girls, some who are underage.
‘The whole method of this site is to encourage people to put up pornographic pictures,’ he told the television station.
The website has been online since sometime last year, with many of the pictures belonging to girls who attend schools on Long Island.