More than a hundred thousand children and young people in the Netherlands are confronted with online sexual abuse every year: from sextortion (extortion with sexually explicit images) to grooming (luring children online) or shame sexting (the unwanted distribution of sexually tinted images). Victims struggle with feelings of guilt and shame, and there is a huge threshold when it comes to asking for help. Many conversations with young people made clear that there is a need for the raw, unedited story of online sexual abuse to be told. Morrow took this rawness as the basis for the interactive platform WTFFF!?, made by and for the first generation growing up with social media. The stories can be discovered while scrolling through an intriguing illustration and are told by the young people themselves.