But hundreds more are out there camouflaged and creeping on social media sites, apps, and gaming systems like Xbox waiting to lure women and children. It’s looking like more than 60 bills will be filed this session that root out sex offenders where they are actually preying on women and children — which aren’t in public restrooms.So how did the public dialogue get stuck in the bathroom?

Quite disturbing were the 12-year old twin girls in Houston who let a man they met online into their home through a bedroom window.

Fortunately, these men were nabbed by dedicated law enforcement officials and faced justice.

They just put you in there and expect you'll learn your lesson.

If they don't monitor your private conversations this app would be amazing.

The data clearly show the very real threat: Predators now hide behind computer screens — not in bushes and bathrooms.

Last year, a single law enforcement sting, called Operation Broken Heart III, arrested 126 internet predators in the Houston area while eight were arrested in Ft. Fifteen — out of about 100 who contacted undercover officers posing as teenagers online — were arrested in North Texas in 2015 for suspected sexual behavior.

Anyways, I’m enjoying it so far (when I have the time for it) Give it a try! I don’t really get why you’d monitor private messages so closely —- especially if the parties are “of age”. I’m just saying that I’m 31 yrs old, and I feel I should have the right to speak to anyone however I’d like to.

It also seems to be really safe and the team does what it can to keep it that way! :) I get it’s for safety, but I’m not sure how this keeps me safe.

Listeners would call in asking for advice, and Lex and Terry wouldn’t hold any punches.