16. June starred 14-year-old Michael Wittrock, who is active in youth policy, in a debate on sex education in the 'Go' tonight LIVE' on TV2, where he came with his opinion on sex education for LGBTQ-persons.
Subsequently, however, it is passed in with messages and pictures with inappropriate sexual content to the young boy via the social medium, Snapchat.
- In this debate, I explain that I am unsure of my sexuality, and that, therefore, I would like to have more thorough sex education, he says to Ekstra Bladet, and continues:
- Already when I come out from the studio on TV2, three nudes on my phone from different people of different gender.
The number of messages with sexual content did Michael Wittrock very shocked.
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- I do not think that it is okay. It is too bad. You can see from the pictures, that it is not children who send these pictures, but grown people, he says, and continues:
- Since the day I have almost received the kind of pictures daily. I think it is foolish that you can't participate in the public debate, without the need to receive such kind of images. I would just like to be able to care for myself and be active with politics and keep the other things separate, he says.
the 14-year-old Michael has had enough of the many messages. Photo: Private
According to Michael Wittrock has he talked much with his mother about the problem, and he is now considering strongly to report it to the police.
- I want to send a clear signal that it is wrong, and that it should stop. When it can happen for me, it can happen for others, and I would like to be with to to curb. We should have in our modern society be able to discuss a taboo subject, without leading to the kind, he says and stresses that he will go to the police, if not put a stop to the images.
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- if you withdraw, that you have put up in the debate, after you have received the pictures?
- I had a great experience in the studio. It was nice people and all that. But I regret a little when I get out and lay eyes to everything here, he says.
the Extra Leaf has been given permission to bring the interview with Michael Wittrock of his mother, as Michael Wittrock has not yet of legal age.