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goddamn that’s effective.
ARE YOU FU CKING SHITTING ME
If you had told me earlier today that this song could also be a warrior queen’s battle chant, I would have looked at you funny
This is kind of awesome, whoa.
Because men alone are the only ones who would do something vindictive during or after an acrimonious breakup!
Hacking someone’s account and stealing their pictures/information is flat out wrong. If authorities would show the same zealousness towards assholes who hack people’s accounts and steal their pictures that they showed with Aaron Schwartz, then it’d stop being an issue really quick.
The discussion was about Hunter Moore and his website that was specifically geared toward humiliating and harassing women. While, yes, women do vindictive things in break-ups, that does not apply at all to this specific website where over half the traffic was generated by men posting racy pictures of their exes along with their exes’ personal information specifically to ensure those women were harassed and stalked by thousands of people (almost entirely men), and their relationships and jobs were jeopardized, sometimes lost. The remaining photos were of women who were hacked or photoshopped largely by men and then subjected to the harassment of strangers.
And then law enforcement for the large part would do nothing about it when women would complain because who cares about a bunch of dumb sluts amirite?, until one woman went on a crusade to gather information about hundreds of women listed on this website without their consent and brought all of the research she conducted on her own to the FBI and the FBI finally went, “Huh. I guess this is a problem, and we should do something about it.” Because it’s one thing when a person is hacked, but it’s entirely something else when it’s a woman, because apparently those two things are mutually exclusive.
This discussion was about violence, harassment and hatred from men directed at women in a very specific instance, but please, WON’T SOMEBODY THINK OF THE MEN. How unfair to not think of how they might be impacted in a break-up, too, even though it has nothing to do with this situation.
I knew exactly what the discussion was about. We both agree that hacking someone’s account and posting images like these is wrong, so what we’re left with is jilted exes taking revenge against their former partners. You feel that this specific website reflects society’s general view that women are second class citizens, I feel that this specific website is simply a manifestation of the acrimony that occurs after a bad break-up.
This specific website (and any others like it), while reprehensible, are symptoms of a much large issue in our society and not the disease itself. Shutting it down won’t stop men from being vindictive pricks after a break up or treating women like second class citizens, they’ll just find a new ways to go about it.
The truth is that the time where it was possible to control an individual’s ability to access and publish content, even that which is reprehensible, has passed. Passing with it is the time where shutting down a website would have anything more than a temporary impact on ability. If you really want to to stop violence against women, then we’re going to have to start teaching men right from wrong a hell of a lot earlier than when they hit the upload button.
Finally, there’s no reason for you to call women who send nude photographs (or allow them to be taken) in good faith ‘dumb sluts’. The men who would take that trust and abuse it are reprehensible assholes. But the government has no right, and shouldn’t have the right, to prevent people from being assholes.
Anonymous asked: You're a sexist piece of shit, not surprising looking at your blog and the subjectification of women it portrays. BOO HOO THINK OF THE MEN
I’m totally using this.