hi, i'm maddi
twenty something from oregon
libertarian :)
this blog mainly consists of
cute things & occasionally politics



have you ever known somebody so shitty they completely ruin that first name for you?

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September 1st, 2014 ∞ 172,449 notes
There’s a reason why the public tends to revel in hacked or stolen nude pictures. It’s because they were taken without consent. Because the women in them (and it’s almost always women who are humiliated this way) did not want those shots to be shared.

If Jennifer Lawrence was to pose naked on the cover of Playboy, for example, I’m sure it would be a best-selling issue. But it wouldn’t have the same scandalous, viral appeal as private images stolen from her phone. Because if she shared nude images consensually, then people wouldn’t get to revel in her humiliation. And that’s really the point, isn’t it? To take a female celebrity down a notch? (We have a term for when this is done to non-celebrity women: “revenge porn.”) What’s Wrong With Checking Out Leaked Nude Photos of Celebrities - Entertainment - The Atlantic

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