Don't feed the trolls
As long as there are camera phones, there will perverts out there trying to steal nudes that are none of their business. It’s not enough for some guys to see thousands of adult film stars, camgirls, and amateurs: They want the girl next door, their ex girlfriend, or crush.
A lot of guys get really defensive about women’s nude photos going public. While it is an invasion of privacy, embarrassing, and violating, these dudes make excuses, blaming the victim for because of their own pervertedness and sexual greed. In no way is it ever okay to hack into someone’s phone or computer and steal their personal photos with disgusting intentions.
Many of these man-children use threats and demands to get the victim to do their bidding. But this woman in India didn’t play her harasser’s game.
Taruna A. in India got an email one day from a stranger with the email address [email protected] It started out stalkerish:
“Hello there, it has been long since I saw you in Mumbai and I found out you went out of the country. I used my computer skills to trace you through your friends and social media and I found you.”
LOL at “computer skills.”
He continued, “I have nude pictures and video that belongs to you that nobody else knows it exist beside the person you sent to and it looks good like I thought. All I am saying is if you want me to keep quiet on this and don’t let the world (social media, Work place, family and friends) know then you have to excite me. Let me mustabate likey ou did in that video. I will give you 24 hrs to responds and 48hrs to send me and after that you might be famous if you act smart.”
The video was not enough for this disgusting perv. He wanted another one made especially for him!
Of course the email goes on with the threats and even goes into graphic details of what he wants to be included in the video.
This brave woman didn’t submit to her bully. Instead she used Facebook to display his email and give a brave statement. She starts:
“Dear Friends and Family,
I am posting this and emailing you individually as my online identity has been compromised.
I have in the last 24 hours received 2 emails from someone that claims to know me that has hacked into my google cloud back up.
He has been threatening to release some private pictures and videos of me to my friends family and colleagues.
As embarrassing as the videos may be ( they were sent to my boyfriend at the time ) I choose to stand up to this man. Instead of cowering down to his requests. I do this so that other women may take a lesson to stand up to bullies and low life’s like this and may get the confidence to stand up as well in case he is known to us and is targeting all of us, but we’re either too scared, ashamed or clueless in how to manage or handle such situations.”