Nightline sex chat
No, any conversation you have with the volunteer is completely confidential and will not be shared with anyone else.
They wait for adults to message or email the decoy and begin a dialogue.
Each person’s situation is unique and therefore what may work for one person, is not guaranteed to work for another – the volunteer will talk to you about your situation and help you to work through your thoughts, but they will not try to lecture, advise or judge your situation. Students contact Nightline about a variety of things but each and every call or message is equally important and whatever it is that you talk about, volunteers will treat you in the same way.
We talk to people about relationships, mental health, academic stress, family problems, homesickness, drugs, identity, grief and bereavement, social anxiety and late night thoughts.
We also talk to people who cannot sleep at night, who are worried about a friend, who are on their way home from a night out or who need a break from an all-nighter in the library but whose friends are all asleep.
We talk to people who need taxi numbers, take-away numbers, college contacts or information on local services.
People were lured to meet with a decoy under the pretense of sexual contact, then confronted and interviewed by Hansen, and finally arrested by local law enforcement.