Dude-helper wrote at 2009-11-01 03:34:20

Turn the tables on her...  Set-up a video in her room (without her knowing), and then next time she makes you put on a show... make sure you tell her that you don't want to do it, and that you don't like that she is blackmailing you...  once you are done, present it to her, and problem solved... tell her she has had her fun, but no more...

No worries wrote at 2014-08-20 13:25:02
That's child pornography. Not sure if she realizes being in possession of that is a serious crime. Blackmailing is also highly illegal. Though in fairness I wouldn't be humiliated by something like this (I likely would have at 16 though).

If you dad hits you because of this, he seriously has something wrong with him and needs to be reported.


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