Monday, 1 September 2014

Nude Pics and Victim Blaming

"If she didn't want her pictures seen, she shouldn't have taken them"

"People who are admiring JLaw for her nude photo leak are just as stupid as she is for taking them"

"Here's a foolproof way to make sure your privacy is intact and compromising photos are not made public, don't take any"

"Wow, I never thought that JLaw could be so stupor to take pictures like that, what a shame for her"

"Do I pity Victoria Justice or JLaw, no, they are stupid enough to take nudes then let em rot"

So let us get this clear,

Above is just a TINY selection of the comments on Twitter about the STOLEN pictures of various celebrities.

And it is important we make the definition, these pictures were STOLEN. 

They were not leaked, they were STOLEN. someone took something that was NOT theirs to have and yet the people who took the pictures are being told that it is their own stupid fault for taking the pictures in the first place.

VICTIM BLAMING is never pretty, but this is damn ugly.

Apparently at the same time, a member of a boy band sent a Snapchat of his penis and is being called a lad?

But JLaw/Victoria/Ariana/Kirsten are slags, stupid, and whores?


I would make a drinking game out of this but I would probably get blamed for something too.

I just cannot see how these people can be blamed for taking private pictures, with their own phones?


And that's a pretty big fucking deal

Another thing, the faux outrage is just ridiculous, even down to Jezebel, OMG they are SO OUTRAGED at JLaws invasion of privacy, (But here is the link to the pictures anyway)

If you want to be angry, don't be angry at the people who have had their pictures STOLEN,

be angry at the people who stole the pics. Don't click on links to the pics and don't be THAT person who shares the pictures.

Because that person is an arsehole.

What do you think about the victim blaming going on, or do you feel that the celebs are getting what they deserve?

I would love to hear your thoughts.

Big Fashionista x x x



  1. I have seen 3 types of reaction to this. 1 - OMG Jennifer Lawrence has boobs! Let's all go look at her boobs!! 2 - Stupid dirty bitch, taking nude pictures of herself. Serves her right. Sigh. Yes, she has boobs. And a vagina. She is a female human. Big fucking deal. The issue is that data has been stolen from someone and then reproduced. That's awful. I'm sure she never thought it were possible for photos to go from a phone to a "cloud" and then all over the place, I certainly didn't. Not blaming her in any sense of the word, but I do think this will make people a little more wary of what they carry around on their phones. If you'd be comfortable with the world seeing what's on there, fine and dandy. If not, then it's probably not the best idea in the world to store sensitive information on a device anyone could grab and run off with. Apparently there were deleted photos recovered, that's what I find scary.

  2. Couldn't agree more. If it was your friend, daughter, sister, etc you wouldn't want people adding fuel to the fire by sharing it

  3. First I've heard of these photos and I'm with you on it completely. It is not their fault that their photos were stolen and shared with the world at all, they must feel absolutely mortified.


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