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Sunday, September 22, 2013

So Facebook is child rape

Just when you thought "near-rape" and "regret rape" were as silly as it was going to get; now a woman desperate to escape the consequences of her actions is attempting to elevate "posting legal pictures online" to the status of rape:
When Holly Jacobs sent nude photographs of herself to a long-distance boyfriend she loved and trusted, the 23-year-old woman never imagined the horror that would befall her. In August 2009, less than a year after the pair mutually ended their three-year relationship, Jacobs did a Google search of her name and discovered the naked photos on a so-called "revenge porn" website.

"I just went completely into shock," said Jacobs, who hired a lawyer and eventually changed her birth name from "Holli Thometz" to Holly Jacobs.

"This is cyber-rape," Jacobs, now 30, told FoxNews.com. "It's all about the guy having control over the woman and exploiting her in a sexual way -- the same way real-life rape does that. It violates you over and over again."

What came next was perhaps more shocking to Jacobs. Police in Miami, where she lived at the time, took no action. They told her that "because you are over 18 and you consented, technically they are his property and he can do whatever he wants with them," she recalled.
It is sadly unsurprising that a woman would find centuries-old laws concerning private property to be shocking. Apparently we are in the process of entering the time of juris sensus, in which the way a woman feels about something, anything, is the primary legally determinative factor.

It is manifestly obvious that having naked pictures online does a woman no material harm at all. Tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of women, actually profit from it. Hundreds of thousands more knowingly and intentionally post pictures of themselves for nothing more than the ego gratification. This whole campaign tends to strike me more as humblebrag than horror.

Moreover, it would be absolutely insane to try to make a law against this sort of thing. As usual, the woman desperate to erase the evidence of her past behavior and her white knights of both sexes aren't even beginning to consider the consequences.  Think about it: we already have a problem with parents occasionally falling afoul of child pornography laws due to posting cute or funny pictures of bathtime on Facebook.

Now recall that children can't consent. So, if posting pictures taken with consent is rape, how much worse is it to post pictures taken without consent? Of underage children! In one fell swoop, one woman with poor judgment in men is attempting to turn hundreds of thousands of American mothers into child rapists.

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71 Comments:

Anonymous Noah B. September 22, 2013 5:29 AM  

That picture could be a great starting point for a new meme...

"My Ex Put My Nude Pics Online...

And They Got Less Hits Than A Hampster On A Piano"

Blogger Francis W. Porretto September 22, 2013 5:40 AM  

Good Lord. It's been common wisdom for an age that you never send nude photos of yourself to anyone, because they're guaranteed to appear on the Internet. Is this woman -- this putatively adult woman -- deaf, dumb, blind, cognitively disabled, or all of the above?

Anonymous Noah B. September 22, 2013 5:42 AM  

"Is this woman -- this putatively adult woman -- deaf, dumb, blind, cognitively disabled, or all of the above?"

No, but she does have a PhD

Anonymous Idle Spectator September 22, 2013 5:54 AM  

I don't understand. I always text pictures of the unidle stick to the fine ladies and they scream in delight over it. It is definitely a form of cyber rape. But I'm always the gentleman and say "look, but don't touch" even when I get uncomfortable because the women are so creepy.


So, if posting pictures taken with consent is rape, how much worse is it to post pictures taken without consent? In one fell swoop, one woman with poor judgment in men is attempting to turn hundreds of thousands of American mothers into child rapists.

I told you nepiophiliacs are just like all of us.

You never listen Vox, you never listen.

Blogger patriarchal landmine September 22, 2013 6:31 AM  

women sure do like to think about rape to an unsettling degree.

Blogger Tom Kratman September 22, 2013 6:46 AM  

The big mistake was _shoes_...

Anonymous Adsignatos D. September 22, 2013 6:47 AM  

If I had a dollar for every time some progressive loon was "shocked" about something retarded, I would have as much as the "1%"...plus one extra dollar for having just used the word retarded.

Anonymous JCB September 22, 2013 6:52 AM  

So instead of keeping her mouth shut and letting the pics get lost among the endless images on the net, she goes public to make sure many thousands of men will look her up and potentially stroke one out. Perhaps she is trying to audition for Vivid given the recent paydays of Farah Abraham and Sydney Leathers.

Anonymous Fat Acceptance Movement Spectator September 22, 2013 6:58 AM  

I always take nudes and send them to my guys.

THEY CAN'T HANDLE ALL DIS JELLY.



You want some arm fat? Come get your arm fat. Rest your head on it like a sweaty sex pillow.

Anonymous Dangerous Dauschund September 22, 2013 7:09 AM  

It official we need an eleventh liberty amendment. To repeal the 19TH amendment.

Anonymous Idle Spectator September 22, 2013 7:12 AM  

The big mistake was _shoes_...

You mean like Aaliyah? The singer who died in a plane crash in the Bahamas because they overloaded her small plane with luggage.


"If you look out the right cabin window over the wing, you will notice a huge ball of flame."

"Hey bitch, were the shoes worth it? That's what you get for making Queen of the Damned!"

Blogger AdognamedOp September 22, 2013 7:22 AM  

As dumb as this bitch is, she's serves the parasitic politicians and statists who seek further supression of that last bastion of free speech known as the internet.
I've seen corporate run mesage boards shut down or restructured because some pussy chose to wear the victim hood and threaten legal action rather than stand his ground when he was losing the debate.
So long as we're producing idiots like this Jacobs broad, the trend will continue.
I wouldn't be suprised in the least if in my lifetime I saw VP taken down for some "hate" related bogus charge.

Anonymous Red September 22, 2013 7:46 AM  

This is very bad. A women could post the pictures herself and then have her ex arrested.

Anonymous JACIII September 22, 2013 7:56 AM  

It is distressing to hear of a full grown woman failing to take responsibility for some of the obvious and easily foreseen negative consequences of her actions, but the development of a campaign and the participation of legislatures to erect slut shield laws is further evidence we are truly living in Bizarro world.

Anonymous Smokey September 22, 2013 8:07 AM  

From the article:

"For Jacobs, the drive to change the nation's laws has helped her triumph over an ordeal that would have defeated most people overwhelmed by self-blame."

Yes, because it's always easier to blame society and its laws, than to take responsibility for being a dumb bitch with limited foresight.

In a sane society, she would be the nation's laughing stock.

Blogger Some dude September 22, 2013 8:11 AM  

@Francis

No, she's quite intelligent. You are confusing her amoral choice to take advantage of her consequence free social privilege with your moral stance regarding an orderly society.

Also, as VD pointed ou, shes also milking this situation to get some high indignation points going with her social network.

Amoral. Totally amoral.

OpenID cailcorishev September 22, 2013 8:12 AM  

So instead of keeping her mouth shut and letting the pics get lost among the endless images on the net, she goes public to make sure many thousands of men will look her up and potentially stroke one out.

Exactly. Now, instead of being one nameless body among millions, she's "famous," so lots of guys will look her up personally. Notice she's 30, and while she's still attractive, the Wall is starting to loom, and she doesn't get the kind of attention she got at 23. She doth protest too much.

I also got a chuckle from the claim that she sent him the pictures because she "loved and trusted him." Totally not because he made her wet. No, selfies are all about the love and trust. It's nice to know that every time I've chatted up a woman from a dating site and she's said in the first couple hours, "Hey, I have a webcam, wanna see me strip?" that it was all about love and trust, not just that we were horny.

Anonymous DJF September 22, 2013 8:24 AM  

Not only does she make a big deal of the photo on the internet, she changes her name but then tells everyone on the internet what her new name is.

She is just an attention whore screaming "Look At Me!!!!!!".

Anonymous VryeDenker September 22, 2013 8:46 AM  

I dare her to tell a real rape victim to her face that she thinks they went through the same experience. Bonus points if the (real) rape victim turned into a bulldyke.

Anonymous ChicagoRefugee September 22, 2013 8:47 AM  

I'm gonna be catty here: she looks like an unbearably, self-righteously, snotty cunt. Then she actually says: "We have to shift the blame to the men ...."

HeadDesk.

Anonymous Big Bill September 22, 2013 8:55 AM  

She CAN stop her nudie pictures from being distributed.

She presumably took her own nudie selfies. She therefore owns the copyright. Her boyfriend does not get a license to make any additional copies. Nor (obviously) does Facebook.

Her lawyer should send a letter to Facebook telling them of the copyright violation and her intention to seek statutory damages ($500 per copy, I think) for every additional copy they make (i.e. each time they serve a copy of her picture).

If that doesn't immediately work, filing a civil suit for copyright infringement in your local Federal Court, followed by document requests for all server logs, etc. would have the pictures pulled in an instant.

This really isn't a problem. Heck, she could even make a fair piece of change in a quickie settlement.

You just can't go to Joe Podunk, local cop, to fix the problem.

Anonymous Laz September 22, 2013 9:11 AM  

"It is manifestly obvious that having naked pictures online does a woman no material harm at all."

Until she applies to a job where they don't like that stuff.
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@ Big Bill: She may have automatic copyright but, defending it from internet abuse with the current laws is very difficult at best.

Anonymous bob k. mando September 22, 2013 9:31 AM  

DJF September 22, 2013 8:24 AM
but then tells everyone on the internet what her new name is.



don't forget that she told everyone on the internet what her boyfriend's name is.

i think that her purposed is to embarrass and cost her ex money. i don't believe she's thinking about anything beyond that.




cailcorishev September 22, 2013 8:12 AM
not just that we were horny.




yes, it's all because of how much you excite her ... and not in the least about how she's trying to manipulate you.

Blogger AdognamedOp September 22, 2013 9:42 AM  

BB:
"She CAN stop her nudie pictures from being distributed. "

Really? What if the ex boyfriend takes a pic of himself holding the nude pic of her and distributes said pics?

Blogger buzzardist September 22, 2013 9:44 AM  

This really isn't about the pictures or embarrassment at all. That may have tweaked the woman's pride a little--she wanted to engage in consequence-free, risky behavior, and it burned her. Now? Time to embrace the inner slut and get something out of the deal.

My guess as to what she's trying to gain? The woman just earned a Ph.D. in Psychology. She first went public last spring, just as she was finishing her degree. Academia is hard to crack into, particularly in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Some high-profile social activism suddenly turns this woman's embarrassing photos into a tenure-track ticket, if not an even more lucrative public advocacy gig.

Anonymous AmyJ September 22, 2013 9:48 AM  

Weren't there women complaining not too long ago that Wiener-like nude pics being sent unasked for is also akin to rape? It boggles the mind.

Blogger buzzardist September 22, 2013 9:51 AM  

This idea that the woman could use copyright laws to prevent distribution of her nude selfies simply is not practical. The digital copyright law is such that she would have to contact a website to declare herself the copyright owner of those photos. The website would then have to take down the offending photos within a short time period. If they failed to do so, then the woman could win damages from the website operator.

From the ex-boyfriend, however, she gave him the pictures, so it's harder to win a copyright case against him unless he's actually publishing them.

And given how many websites are out there, the woman would have to spend most of her waking hours contacting websites with DMCA complaints to get the photos removed. As long as the photos remain in demand (which these news stories guarantee will be the case), other websites will start hosting them. So the woman files more DMCA complaints, gets more pictures removed, and then starts the process all over again.

The same problem that the music and movie industries face is what this woman would be up against under copyright law. Yes, she may own the copyright, but on the internet that ends up being pretty meaningless.

Anonymous Laz September 22, 2013 9:55 AM  

"Really? What if the ex boyfriend takes a pic of himself holding the nude pic of her and distributes said pics?"

On the internet- free reign. Film, TV or printed- You ever notice some copyrighted logos are fuzzed out? Same thing.

Anonymous Brandon September 22, 2013 9:57 AM  

Women don't "do" consequences of behavior unless taught it by a righteous father or she eventually learns it from a likewise righteous husband.

Blogger buzzardist September 22, 2013 9:59 AM  

but then tells everyone on the internet what her new name is.

Well, of course. Now she's cashing in. Even with the name change, her internet trail risked derailing her career, which she is just starting now that she finished her Ph.D. Turning herself into a public advocate on the issue wins her academic credibility. Going public within about a month of wrapping up the Ph.D. is no coincidence.

It is not at all surprising, too, that the woman changed her name from the less marketable "Thometz" to "Jacobs." If she's going to embrace her inner slut, then she needs the porn name to go with it.

Anonymous buzzcut September 22, 2013 10:02 AM  

She's just lucky the internet doesn't extend beyond the US border. I bet it would be a real bitch trying to sue Thailand.

Anonymous Mitchell September 22, 2013 10:18 AM  

AdognamedOp is on the right track. Politicians will use this evil woman's "trauma" to further erode free speech and property law. If memory serves, a lawsuit against "revenge porn" websites AND people who upload pictures to such sites has already been resolved favorably to the poor slutty victims here in Texas.

Another case where it looks (to women) like it protects them and puts the state's boot on men's collective necks, but which actually will make women less free as well.

If you don't want naked pics posted on the net, DON'T TAKE NAKED PICTURES OF YOURSELF FOR YOUR BAD-BOY boyfriend.

Anonymous anon123 September 22, 2013 10:19 AM  

Well, at least she looks easy on the eyes.

Anonymous The other skeptic September 22, 2013 10:40 AM  

I wonder if Kerry will ever regret that he lied about Syria?

Anonymous David of One September 22, 2013 11:07 AM  

If it helps but one adult female child ...!

Anonymous Rex Little September 22, 2013 11:11 AM  

I'm going to ask the question all America wants to know: how do we get to that "revenge porn" website?

Anonymous LL September 22, 2013 11:24 AM  

I'm waiting for Pox to come argue how this is sexist....

Anonymous Outlaw X September 22, 2013 11:47 AM  

failing to take responsibility for some of the obvious and easily foreseen negative consequences of her actions, but the development of a campaign and the participation of legislatures to erect slut shield laws is further evidence we are truly living in Bizarro world.

Comment of the day so far as far as Outlaw is concerned.

Anonymous Red Comet September 22, 2013 12:03 PM  

This is cyber-rape

Reads like a line from a parody or satire.

Anonymous kh123 September 22, 2013 12:40 PM  

"Because it's always easier to blame society and its laws, than to take responsibility for being a dumb bitch with limited foresight."

-Synopsis for Boyz N' The Hood.

Anonymous tiredofitall September 22, 2013 12:41 PM  

"So instead of keeping her mouth shut and letting the pics get lost among the endless images on the net, she goes public to make sure many thousands of men will look her up and potentially stroke one out." - JCB

Gotta say, looked her up and was not impressed. Average looks at best, clearly seems to have an entitled "me me me" attitude. Totally not spank-worthy in the least.

OpenID cailcorishev September 22, 2013 12:52 PM  

Even with the name change, her internet trail risked derailing her career,

Academics must spend a lot more time browsing through porn sites than I would have guessed.

Yes, she may own the copyright, but on the internet that ends up being pretty meaningless.

In the words of Joe Rogan from Newsradio: You can't take something off the Internet. That's like taking pee out of a pool.

Blogger stareatgoatsies September 22, 2013 1:12 PM  

Reads like a line from a parody or satire.

So does this thread. Anybody with half a brain would know straight away that cyber-rape doesn't mean rape-rape. She says it's about sexual exploitation and feeling violated. Vox's inane proof by contradiction only works if he's ok with sharing sexually exploitative pictures of kids and causing them to feel violated, which I doubt he is.

The ilk enjoy their usual 2 minutes of hate - she's deaf, dumb, blind, cognitively disabled, should have kept her mouth shut, auditioning for a porno, a dumb bitch, a laughing stock, amoral, an attention whore, a snotty cunt and a slut.

So instead of keeping her mouth shut and letting the pics get lost among the endless images on the net, she goes public to make sure many thousands of men will look her up and potentially stroke one out.

She's getting facebook messages. I imagine her circle of acquaintances are fully aware of the pics, which is understandably more upsetting and consequential.

It is manifestly obvious that having naked pictures online does a woman no material harm at all. Hundreds of thousands more knowingly and intentionally post pictures of themselves for nothing more than the ego gratification.

It's entirely possible that she's not an exhibitionist, doesn't enjoy the attention, and isn't lying about it. Not everything a woman claims is a lie.

She was stupid to share the pictures & videos; the ex, if guilty, pulled a dick move; and the ilk need to wipe the spittle.

Anonymous Pinakeli September 22, 2013 1:55 PM  

stareatgoatsies September 22, 2013 1:12 PM

It's entirely possible that she's not an exhibitionist, doesn't enjoy the attention, and isn't lying about it. Not everything a woman claims is a lie.


This is seriously not thought through! If she is not an exhibitionist she would not have made the pictures and the video in the first place, much less sent them out to someone that way.

Blogger stareatgoatsies September 22, 2013 2:14 PM  

Pinakeli, it a big jump from sharing pictures and videos with a long-term boy-friend to sharing them on the internet at large. The latter is exhibitionism, for sure.

It's possible that she gets a kick out of anonymous strangers jacking of to her nudes, possible even that she also enjoys the idea of friends and acquaintances doing so, but her actual behaviour hasn't falsified her protestations to the contrary.

Anonymous Pinakeli September 22, 2013 2:39 PM  

stareatgoatsies, making a masturbation video and sending it to anyone is exhibitionism.

It doesn't matter if you think it will never get out into the wild.

And a simple rule of thumb is if you don't want your nude photos or videos out there, don't make them.

Blogger stareatgoatsies September 22, 2013 2:53 PM  

It doesn't matter if you think it will never get out into the wild.

Of course it does. If you're diagnosing, intent matters.

Blogger stareatgoatsies September 22, 2013 2:59 PM  

And a simple rule of thumb is if you don't want your nude photos or videos out there, don't make them.

It doesn't apply to the pictures, but she claims the video comes from a surreptitious skype recording.

Anonymous nick digger September 22, 2013 3:11 PM  

In one fell swoop, one woman with poor judgment in men...

It may have been poor judgment in herself. Though she claims "the pair mutually ended their three-year relationship", his posting her pics to a revenge site indicates it was less "mutual" than she thought.

Moral of the story: if someone has pics of you naked, or shagging an animal, don't piss them off to any degree.

Anonymous realmatt September 22, 2013 3:13 PM  

I like how she tells us her original name so we can find her pictures. What an attention whore.
"ooowhaaaaaaah someone posted my pornographic pictures and videos..they're under a different name and HERE IS THAT NAME...omgomgomg this is cyber rape by the way it's Holli with an "i" "

Anonymous Laz September 22, 2013 3:19 PM  

"Pinakeli, it a big jump from sharing pictures and videos with a long-term boy-friend to sharing them on the internet at large."

How do you know it was long-term? All that was said was "...a long-distance boyfriend she loved and trusted...". I've known plenty of idiots that "loved and trusted" days into it.

Also, ANY film or video of a sexual act IS exhibitionism.

Anonymous A Visitor September 22, 2013 3:29 PM  

Sorry honey, you were dumb enough to send him the photos. The police were right to do nothing. I don't agree with him posting them on the web site but hopefully she learned a lesson.

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Blogger stareatgoatsies September 22, 2013 3:52 PM  

I like how she tells us her original name so we can find her pictures. What an attention whore.

She:
> Hired a lawyer against the ex to get the pictures taken down.
> Claims she "worked like a dog" over a number of years trying to get other sites taken down.
> Changed her name after the video with her name in the title came out. The boyfriend, if guilty, was determined to make an innocent google search of her name bring up the pornographic vidoe.
> Finally went public and started doing advocacy on the issue.

I suspect that she realised, correctly, that she had no hope of keeping separate her identity and the video.

But nevermind all that, she's still an attention whore. Hate is fun.

Anonymous realmatt September 22, 2013 3:53 PM  

Why is she telling us her original name? Now thousands of people who never would have known who she was will see her pictures and she will forever be known as this stupid woman. Before, only people who saw the pictures and video would have known. Now, she has outed herself and everyone will see them.

She's an idiot and wants the attention, 100%. She could have given an interview without telling us her real name. But she didn't. because she is, as Vox called it, humble-bragging.

When she's an old ugly single woman, she'll look back on this and be happy she showed the world what a pig she is. She'll try to find the number of the ex boyfriend who did it to her so he can "damage" her some more. A woman like this is good for nothing but sex. If she was a quality woman she would have waited until marriage in a traditional relationship. She's nothing but typical, modern trash.

There is no need for her real name to be in any article or interview.

Blogger stareatgoatsies September 22, 2013 3:55 PM  

How do you know it was long-term?

There was a reference somewhere to three years. I call that long-term, though admittedly the pics/videos could have been shared early on.

Anonymous earl September 22, 2013 4:35 PM  

Plausible deniability...the go to tactic of woman getting around their horrid behavior.

However by trying to go after some dude who "did her wrong" and thus getting the attention she desires...she doesn't realize how much she is destroying her reputation.

Anonymous realmatt September 22, 2013 4:37 PM  


There was a reference somewhere to three years. I call that long-term, though admittedly the pics/videos could have been shared early on


WHo cares? She's not married to him, she's not a virtuous innocent snowflake, so who gives a damn? She screwed some mullatto guy or whatever the hell he is, agreed to be filmed and photographed, filmed a video herself, after hearing about the millions of people who have had their pictures and videos uploaded to the internet, and now wants sympathy. Allegedly.

ATTENTION WOMEN: YOUR ABILITY TO GENERATE SYMPATHETIC FEELINGS IN THE MANLY MEN AROUND YOU WILL BE GREATLY DIMINISHED EACH TIME YOU HOP ON THAT CAROUSEL.

Luckily there are plenty of white knights desperate for tear soaked shirts.

Anonymous earl September 22, 2013 4:39 PM  

"It's all about the guy having control over the woman and exploiting her in a sexual way"

I never heard any statement saying that he told her to take those naked photos. Or that he pointed the camera at her and took the photos. Or that he told her to send those photos to him.

Perhaps she is unaware (or probably aware) about how powerful her naked body is to get what she wants. What else does a woman have to exploit men?

Anonymous tiredofitall September 22, 2013 6:00 PM  

"What else does a woman have to exploit men?" - earl

The law, pretty much all of society, a never ending supply of agony aunts & future cat ladies to spur her on, along with millions of willing white knights hoping to get a piece of sympathy pussy.

Or was that supposed to be rhetorical?

Anonymous Ain September 22, 2013 6:05 PM  

Some dude: "No, she's quite intelligent. You are confusing her amoral choice to take advantage of her consequence free social privilege with your moral stance regarding an orderly society."

No, that just makes her crafty and evil. Just like the banksters that chose to ruin things for society to enrich themselves, it doesn't take brilliance to think it up, just an extreme lack of character to follow through with it.

Anonymous Red Comet September 22, 2013 6:57 PM  

The ilk enjoy their usual 2 minutes of hate - she's deaf, dumb, blind, cognitively disabled, should have kept her mouth shut, auditioning for a porno, a dumb bitch, a laughing stock, amoral, an attention whore, a snotty cunt and a slut.

Appropriate gif inbound.

Anonymous LL September 22, 2013 7:50 PM  

@Stareatgoatsies,

Your original premise is "She says it's about sexual exploitation and feeling violated."

This woman voluntarily sent her pictures to a man. She took them herself and sent them. She may be stupid, but we don't know that either way, but assuming that she earned her PhD, we can at least assume that she can logic a little (I mean, you have to defend your thesis and all). Logic dictates that when you send something, anything to someone else, it is no longer in your control. You have to trust that person to keep it secret. This is a matter of misplaced trust, and we do not legislate on feelings. Her feelings of betrayal or violation are not how this nation should create laws, enforceable and punishable laws. When a law is based upon "feelings," anybody can claim feeling this or that. There are civil laws that might award damages, but criminal law should NEVER be based upon someone's feelings!

Blogger tz September 22, 2013 9:02 PM  

Strangely, the vivalamanospher link is to voxday.blogspot.co.uk...?

But the race of the man is unidentified, but I don't think blackmale would be worse.

There is a reason it is called hysterectomy and not uteroectomy.

Anonymous Idle Spectator, Male Prostitute September 22, 2013 10:16 PM  

I don't think the attention whore is acting in a similar fashion to those bloggers who incessantly talk about their kids or their past life as an ass kicker of bullies... or is she?

Anonymous The Real Idle Spectator September 22, 2013 10:41 PM  

Again Nightbedwetter as doppel-troll on every thread?


Yeahhhhhhh, you know he mad now! Hmmmhmmm.

Anonymous Blume September 22, 2013 10:56 PM  

If she wins brett favre and anthony wiener will be able to sue everyone, who posted their dick pics, for cyber rape!

Blogger Lawrence September 23, 2013 12:33 PM  

I am not sure if the Feminists realize they are diluting the meaning and impact of real, actual rape by passing off things like this as somehow equal in magnitude and effect.

Anonymous Ann Morgan September 23, 2013 5:41 PM  

Vox, before you go off all triumphant regarding how women are so irrational and find laws regarding property to be 'shocking' and consider their particular 'feelings' to be more important, permit me to point out (as someone who likes to make use of what others have discarded) that I have encountered plenty of MEN who regard assorted old and new laws regarding property to be 'shocking', and their feelings of greater importance in that they don't like the fact that once they deliberately abandon their property (by placing it in a trash receptacle) they no longer (gasp) retain any privacy or ownership rights over that abandoned property, and it is thereafter open to inspection and/or removal by anyone. Like the woman in the article, plenty of these men go crying to the law, only to find out they don't have a legal leg to stand on.

IMHO, trying to elevate 'posting legal pictures online' to the 'status of rape' is no more or less or otherwise irrational than trying to elevate dumpster diving to the status of robbery.

Anonymous Ann Morgan September 23, 2013 6:28 PM  

Of course, she could always run with this, become a member of Sunray Hills (a nudist resort in Wisconsin), and in response to her boyfriend posting nude pics of her, simply raise her eyebrows and say: "So you're letting people on the internet see me naked? So what? People see me naked every day, is this supposed to be *shocking* for some reason?"

Anonymous Anonymous September 23, 2013 9:05 PM  

She looks like a white Michelle Obama. Are the lizard people running short on human molds?

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