In chilling messages, the man identifies himself only under a false name – Abu Antar – and gives step-by-step instructions for how the girl he believes to be just 15 years old can slip away from her family by pretending she is sleeping at a friend’s house and then embark on a dangerous journey to the Middle East region occupied by IS fighters.But the veil-wearing girl he spoke to from the IS stronghold of Raqqa in Syria was actually an undercover reporter for a Canadian TV network, which then aired an exposé of Antar, without establishing his real identity.
‘You need to travel completely Western, and don’t buy any abayas [Islamic long dress] and all this kind of thing in the bag.’When the reporter asked what she should bring with her, he replied: ‘Can you bring some cash with you.
It’s good to have extra cash to fall back on in case, you know, anything goes wrong.
When they just want to watch me, it’s pretty hot, too.” Some Millennials even believe in videogasms as a kind of “safe” cheating.
(Note: not so much.) While Kristen, a 25-year-old postgraduate student, was dating her last boyfriend, she found herself so physically attracted to another guy that she started Skype-sexing with him to keep herself from pursuing him IRL [In Real Life, non-Millennials].
That is, unless you’re using i P4Play, a smartphone and tablet app launched in August 2010 that makes video-chat sex with paid models available anytime for a few bucks per minute.