When I spoke with her about it, her views were 180 degrees different from mine.She felt that that as a feminist, this was her way of taking a stand against male oppression (!I still need to learn more about what she has been doing, including addresses phone numbers etc. (I found the tip line via the FBI website) My community minded/researcher self asks..might be data for investigating bad guys/people?
My mom self asks if reporting on the cyber tip line means she will suffer more if there is an investigation?
Will more people see the photos of her if they become evidence?
She is not empowering herself, and unfortunately it seems like it will take her a long time to realize that.
She should expect that despite deleting that account, those photos will follow her for a long time.
Revenge Porn - granted this is not the women's choice, but it does point out some have lost jobs because of the photos and some of the photos live on at many other sites despite attempts to delete them.
Link: I also just googled ''fired for posting nude pictures'' and a ton came up.
I read text messages and found photos of 3 nude males.
I also found her planning to meet someone this summer.
She's closing opportunities before they happen. Maybe she won't want them, but she simply won't be given the choice for some things because of this. I'm not advocating a bland existence, just a more carefully thought-out one.