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Is? PleAse answer). - June 19th 2009, 01:16 AM

is voyerisum a abuse?
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Re: Is? PleAse answer). - June 19th 2009, 03:53 AM

No, I personally don't see voyeurism as abuse, but I do see it as an invasion of privacy in specific cases. And in some cases and can be very wrong depending on who is spying/being spied on.

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Re: Is? PleAse answer). - June 19th 2009, 04:04 AM

Voyeurism isnt specifically a type of abuse, but if you have a peeping tom that you know about, it is against the law. If you report them they will get in trouble.

What did you mean specifically about voyeurism?
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Re: Is? PleAse answer). - June 19th 2009, 09:12 PM

Though, a creepy and unmoral act, I wouldn't consider voyeurism to be a form of abusive behavior. It is easily an invasion of privacy, and I believe it's also illegal - if taped and dispersed to others. Depends on the ages of those performing the acts and the participants watching, other laws might be broken in the process. If you do suspect anyone doing this to you or someone else, my best advice is to confront the person or the authorities. This kind of behavior can lead to other violations and it isn't right in any sense.

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