Thoughts.

If you’re a woman, would you want to see a nude photo of another woman without their consent/knowledge and clearly, who did not know that they were leaked? 

I have a curious mind. Part of me wants to see it but part of me says, “No, do not look at it.” 

It’s like when somebody hacks into your Facebook and read everything that you posted and messages you exchanged with another person. Or how about when somebody looks over your shoulder while your typing an email or blog post like this. Maybe even when you are sending a private text to somebody and someone looks at it without your knowledge. 

Shouldn’t you feel bad that happened to a woman? What if that happened to you, your sister or a friend? Would you still look at it? Do we blame them for having their photos taken in the nude? If it was a fake photo, why do something like that?

Or even why do people do so much effort on retrieving PERSONAL/PRIVATE documents/photographs/videos? Why are there people that find time in searching these photos? 

I’d rather go online to read tweets about football transfer news, watch videos of celebrities doing the ice bucket challenge, read about the scandal that happened on the Great British Bake Off or what’s going to happened in the next season of Sherlock. 

I’m not telling you what to do but I think maybe we lot on the internet should do something worth while than look for nude photos? 

We are all entitled to tell our opinion so this mine. Feel free to give your own as well as if you see any grammatical errors. 

flyartproductions:

The starry night of Sierra Leone
The Starry Night (1889), Vincent van Gogh / Diamonds From Sierra Leone, Kanye West

flyartproductions:

The starry night of Sierra Leone

The Starry Night (1889), Vincent van Gogh / Diamonds From Sierra Leone, Kanye West

Version 2.

Inspiration.

Mother × Daughter

Mother × Daughter

But will someone find me swinging from the rafters from hanging on your every word


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