Child sexual grooming is not a crime in Malaysia - but you can help change that.
Most sex predators now use a process called “grooming”, where they befriend and establish an emotional connection with a child in order to sexually abuse them.
Many developed countries have enacted laws against grooming, and now we need you to lobby the Malaysian Parliament to do the same.
Child sexual grooming is now one of the leading cause of child sexual exploitation in Malaysia.
Sadly, Malaysia does not have any laws against it.
We would like to ask that you call for new laws against child sexual grooming in the upcoming Parliamentary sitting, and push for long-term education to reduce child sexual abuse.
We hope you can show your support publicly by joining the #MPsAgainstPredators viral campaign in just two simple steps:
Your support will be displayed on an interactive map, which will show the constituencies that are on board this campaign.
Together, we can make Malaysia a safer place for all our children.
A concerned citizen
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