Thanks to Liberal Sexual Attitudes and Digital Cameras once Private Nude Photographs are Going Public

Posted by PITHOCRATES - March 9th, 2013

Week in Review

The Sexual Revolution gave women the pill and access to abortion.  It liberated women to be free to be something more than just a housewife.  It let these women explore their sexuality.  By letting more men than ever explore these women’s sexuality.

This was a turning point in society.  Women were no longer romanced and cherished.  But enjoyed sexually.  And for some reason this empowered them.  Letting men live out all their sexual fantasies by having sex with as many women as possible.  With little intention of marrying them.  For teenage boys and young men aren’t thinking as much about marriage these days as they are about sex.

So this is what the hippies of the Sixties gave us.  And liberals in general.  They’ve empowered women into sexual objects.  Advocating free birth control and access to abortion as women’s health issues in the 2012 election.  For that was the most important issue for women they said.  Otherwise they may just end up getting married or something.  Romanced.  And cherished until death.  And who wants that?  Especially in the era of digital cameras, smartphones and sexting.  For this intense sexual environment that liberals have created has gotten teenage boys and young men all hot and bothered.  And it got a lot of girls to willingly give in to their sexual desires.  Even taking consensual nude photographs.  It’s just so exciting, titillating and grown up.  And they’re in love.  Surely someone they’re in love with would never share those intimate photographs (see Proposed Florida law would put limits on posting naked pictures on the Internet by Florida Today posted 3/7/2013 on WTSP).

A friend alerted her to the nude photos first – he sent her a link to a site that was displaying them. He suggested that she might want to talk to her ex-boyfriend. The photos were posted on a pornography site and included information that identified the 22-year-old Brevard County resident.

At first she was in shock. Then she felt angry, desperate, and most of all helpless.

“There’s really no telling how many people have seen it,” said the woman, whom FLORIDA TODAY is not identifying to protect her privacy.

Posting consensually obtained nude photographs is not illegal, but a bill proposed to the state legislature by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office would make it a third-degree felony to do so without the person’s written consent.

The Brevard woman didn’t want to talk about how the photos were taken. BCSO Agent Dan Ogden said the woman – who was 18 at the time – posed willingly, though they were meant to be private. She believes the pictures were online a year before she found them…

The proposed bill would prohibit “knowing use of a computer or other device to transmit or post any photograph or video of an individual which depicts nudity and contains specified information relating to the depicted individual without first obtaining the depicted person’s written consent.”

A person who violates the statute could be sentenced to up to five years.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey said this idea came about when they noticed a trend of these issues, but had no legal means to fight them.

“As life goes on, (victims) go in, they apply for a job or they’re applying for college or they’re in college and someone’s Google searching them and then all these pictures are coming up,” Ivey said. “It actually creates a long-term victimization for our victims and, in fact, there’s a couple examples where the victims have been so just so overrun by it and so depressed over it they’ve actually committed suicide.”

Apparently these teenage boys and young men these women once loved do share those intimate nude photographs.  Even posting them on the Internet for the world to see.  Which is hard to fathom if you didn’t come of age in this intense sexual environment.  For before the Sexual Revolution boys shared a malt at the malt shop with the girl they liked.  Sure, they tried to share more than a malted beverage.  But most waited until marriage for that.  And the girls that didn’t got a bad reputation.  But even these girls who went all the way the price they paid for their dalliances didn’t hold a candle to what girls today are paying.

This is the societal decay brought on by the Sexual Revolution.  And the sexualization of teenage girls brought on by pop culture and consequence-free sex thanks to birth control and abortion.  Pushed by liberals who call conservatives old prudes.  But as it turns out there are still consequences.  Such as the explosion in venereal disease in our young people.  And the shame and humiliation of having their nude selves posted on pornographic sites for their family, friends, neighbors, their boss and their coworkers to see.  By doing nothing more innocent than a Google search on a woman’s name.

There are things more important to women than having lots of sex.  And by scaring women into believing that Republicans will impose some kind of Sharia Law is only furthering this sexualization of women.  Young people vote Democrat because they like having fun.  Which includes smoking marijuana and having sex.  Two things that Democrats say are no big deal.  So the young indulge more.  And bad things happen.  Like ex-boyfriends posting nude photographs of their ex-girlfriend on the Internet.

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