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Revenge Porn: Make Love, Be intimate, But Don’t Let Your Partner Capture Nude Pictures Or Videos

The Logical Indian

July 15th, 2015

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“Hey!, aren’t you the girl from that hot video?” If you never want to hear these words addressed to you, read on-

Thousands  across the world have fallen victim to a new form of cyber bullying called revenge porn. Revenge porn is the act of publishing online intimate photos, videos and contact information of a former partner without their consent.

This isn’t a discouragement against intimacy; instead, it’s a siren against intimacy with the wrong person. Someone who may capture your intimate moments WITHOUT your knowledge, let alone upload them. Then again, if it has your consent, make sure you’re aware of the repercussions. Blackmail, emotional torture, defamation, you get the drill. You never know what someone might do out of hatred or what their intentions might be. So, make sure you are talking to someone who is genuine and take your time get to know the person well. DON’T feel outdated if you’re taking time to trust them. It’s completely alright. Even if you completely trust your partner, remember that while everything in your relationship is hunky dory right now, it could go wrong in the future. How would your partner behave then?

Something that many people might not know, Private Videos/Photos can even be leaked AFTER they’re deleted. Such clips can be recovered by simply using a data recovery software. Many of the sex clips have been leaked from mobile repair centres, where people give their mobile hand-sets after deleting such clips. But the mobile centre employees often recover these private videos/photos and sell them to porn sites. So it’s not always just an ex-lover. Plus, there’s also the infamous hacking scandals

All in all, The Logical Indian says, make love, be intimate, but don’t let your partner capture inappropriate pictures or videos. If you want to save the moment, save it in your heart’s memory, not your phone’s.​ ​An advice not just for girls but, for boys too.

After all, revenge isn’t gender biased.​

This story is brought to you by Truly Madly, a dating app which has verified singles with an in-app safety feature for Android Users which doesn’t allow the users to take a screenshot of a profile picture so you can date without worries.

 

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