In France, there’s a hot topic right now involving a strange “artist”, a lightly woman, and an arrogant lawyer. The artist used to be married to another woman who cut her finger because she betrayed their agreement to be honest with each other if they have a mistress or a lover. It seems he asks his new lover to do the same. That’s how he learned she had another lover who used to send her graphic videos.
Those videos were private, until the artist found those and decided to publish it .
We live in a society where we can send intimate images of ourselves to strangers. On Tinder, some women complained they have received unwarranted nude pictures of a guy they swiped right.
We can also send nude pictures to our significant other. It’s called sexting.
It got easy because of our overwhelmed use of smartphones and the popularity of applications like Tinder and snapchat. But it can retaliate.
Rejected lovers can get their revenge by publishing the nude pictures/videos you send them. It’s called revenge porn. In my country, politicians want to make revenge porn illegal, and punish the author.
Some celebrities even got their nude pictures online because they were hacked.
Does it mean we have to avoid to take those pictures? Some would say no, because it would mean we have to censure ourselves.