June 10, 2013

Woman Forwards Scummy Guy's Nude Pic to His Mother... What Would You Do? (6 pics)

A guy using a dating app sent a woman an unsolicited dick pic. So the woman found his mom on Facebook and sent it to her.









79 comments:

  1. Thats kinda fucked up lol its just a penis its not like its gonna crawl out the phone and rape her lol

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    1. you seriously think that it is okay, you must a jackass also

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    2. You must be a wanker as well. Its not fucked up. This is just a woman who has the bawls to stand up for herself. I would have forwarded it to his mom too.

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    3. Anyone who thinks this man's behavior is OK is part of the problem! This is sexual harassment!!

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    4. Anonymous #1 who thinks it's okay to send such pics, you're an 1st class idiot. YOUR mom should see what you posted so she can see how lame you are.

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    5. Anonymous #1, if it's something that you can get arrested for and put on the sex offenders list, no it's not okay.

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    6. If anyone ever sent me that, I'd report them immediately. It's not OK to send that shit to someone you don't know. I love this woman's response, and I hope his Mom read him the riot act.

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    7. Anonymous #1, I think you are his friend to have that kind of thoughts about that conversation. I agree with Uncle Raf, YOUR MOM should see what you posted so she can see what a retarded son (assuming that you are a boy from that kind of comment) she is rasing. ;)

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    8. That is ok. A guy that I new for a very long time sent me a pic of his junk (he was married) and so was I so I sent the pic to his wife.

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    9. So, some moron sends a naked pic to a woman with whom he obviously must be chatting on some dating site or app. He doesn't realize he's being a moron. The woman then decides that some other woman should suffer the same fate she did because it will make her feel vindicated over said moron. And none of you has a problem with this? It's wrong for him to send the pic but not her? Double standard much?!? Sending someone a naked picture is NOT rape or even close (I will not use her buzz word). She's being just as much of an asshole. First in using the word rape solely for it's shock value. Then, in sending the same picture that so offended her to the moron's mother. The act of rape is a heinous crime. To compare some narcissistic idiot's sending of a picture to a woman he was obviously trying (however crudely) to impress with the physical act of violently forcing yourself sexually on another just shows you're insensitive to those who've suffered such a tragic defilement.

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    10. She didn't say he raped her. She said it's part of rape culture. That is the culture in which men can say and do anything, and the more they get away with, the more they try to get away with, and it escalates and builds, and then.... some guys see that all this crudity, rudeness, meanness, harassment, etc. are ok so forcing sex on a woman must be ok too. That's what rape culture is.

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    11. Seriously? ... You think it's okay? ... Imagine if someone sent a pic of their junk to your daughter or sister ..... ya know what, scratch that: YOU would probably send pictures of your junk to your sister.

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    12. The guy is wayyyyyy too forward, sick and he needs to be reported. Forwarding the conversation to the Phone Carrier and filing a report with the local police should start the ball rolling on dealing with his dumb ass. HOWEVER, forwarding this picture to his Mother is wrong. I cannot believe the sideways logic you would have to use to support sending something he sent you, which offended your senses and is a form of 'rape', to his innocent Mother. Then I see the, if anyone I don't know sent ME this stuff.... YOU don't KNOW his mother, so WHY would you even think it'd be ok? IF you really wanted to embarrass him, I believe forwarding the CONVO part to his friends and family (including his mom) would A) embarrass him and B) shame his friends in to straightening his ass out, but the picture?? Just BOOM, here mom, here's a nude picture of your son? Really? All you are going to really do is scar the mom, possibly for life. If he's an adult, what IS she really going to do? IF YOU MUST, shoot here a copy of the blurred out wiener for pete's sake...

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    13. He's a rude, witless asshole with the brains of a slug. However, she should have ignored him, not engaged in conversation and reported him to the authorities, not sent a transcript to his mother. He's a grown man, why should his mother be accosted with his foul behaviour? It's disrespectful of her. Adults make their own choices, hell, kids make choices their parents have little control over. You can raise your child to be the best person they can be and they can still choose to be an ass. I am sick and tired of everything being put on the mother or in the mother's face. Report the stupid asshole to the authorities.

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    14. No. Go sit in the damn corner and think about how fucking stupid you are. If a person doesn't ask, you don't need to send them shit they didn't ask for.

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    15. Someone called me from some number I didn't know asking me to have sex with him. I hung up and he continued to text me. I called the cops on his ass! Its not okay for men to expose themselves, tell a girl she has to have sex, or do what that guy did to me. Its so messed up that people in our society think that is appropriate behavior.

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  2. forward to Mom Yes

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    1. YES, he should be careful if he doesn't want mom to see what he does.

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  3. Guy's a complete wanker!

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  4. I hope she did forward it to his mom, and his entire family!!! Don't know why men think that showing their junk is at all a turn on. I have never met any woman who thought "Wow, what a great cock!! I should drop to his feet and be grateful" Most of us just think...... "thats it??"

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  5. Good for her; bad for him for being stupid.

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  6. but was it actually a big penis, or did he just think it was?

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    1. does it make any difference what size it was?

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    2. of course it matters!!

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    3. exactly how does it matter? what difference does it make?

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  7. Seriously.. I'm a woman and found the woman to be a witch with a capital B. I mean, again it didn't hurt her.. all she had to say was no. Some women these days just overreact to a whole lot of nothing!

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    1. He obviously didn't think it was nothing. He was pretty proud of it apparently. He's an asshole and so is any other guy who pulls this stunt. Good for her if she did turn him in to his mother and the rest of his family.

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    2. I might have agreed with you if he would have stopped when she said stop, but he pushed it. Just like No means No.

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    3. Umm, she DID say no!

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    4. ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME? This is a random guy whom she doesn't know, who sends her a photo of him naked and asks her if she likes his penis and you think SHE is to blame???You stupid moron! It is sexual harassment, plus indecent exposure. If he had done that in real, it would have been arrested. And I am not prude, I am just one of the women who dont like to have to look at a unsollicited penis from a stranger.

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    5. If she doesnt know him.. and hes a "random" guy... then how did they have eachothers number. Yea, thats what i thought

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    6. The only bitch here is you. You're exactly the problem with people not respecting other people's boundaries.

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  8. She is a stupid prude. Girls are flashing their tits off to everyone in clubs etc, thinking that that it turns people on, and, in some instances, wear very short skirts and no knickers.

    That guys nob was probably prettier than her anyway!

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    1. 1. The girls shouldn't be flashing their tits all over the place, it makes the dumb ass guys think that this kind of behavior is OK.
      2. Just because you like seeing little boy cocks on your phone, doesn't mean everyone else does too.
      3. She told him she didn't like it & instead of apologizing he called her a prude.
      4. He's a dumb ass because she had to correct his grammar multiple times.
      5. She should send it to his mom.
      6. If girls are showing their tits/asses/vaginas all over the internet, then the guy is well within his rights to send the photos & screen shots to her dad, maybe she'll learn..
      7. If either or both parties were under the legal age of consent in their state, they are, by definition, guilty of distributing child pornography...

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    2. Anonymous #2, you nailed it! I totally agree with your comment. Good Job. ;)

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    3. Yes Anonymous #2! More forwarding these pics to the parents and get this stuff cleaned up!

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  9. HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHHHAH Serves him right. No one wants an unsolicited cock shot. if a girl wants to see it you will bloody well know.

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  10. Douchebag? Yep! Mom deserves to get that? I seriously doubt it. Leave his Mom out of it. Just saying.

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    1. Yep, mom should see that, it will teach him a lesson. he has to learn the consequences of his actions. Imagine a child would have picked up the phone, or would have been standing next to the girl, looking at the screen...Imagine this girl there is your sister, your daughter, your girlfriend, your mother, your cousin...

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  11. I just thought it was absolutely hilarious seeing the about-face in his demeanor. From smug and juvenile to serious and juvenile... no, he didn't want mommy to see the picture he sent to a woman he didn't know, but that makes them even because she didn't want him to send it to her in the first place. What a douche.

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  12. Why does everyone (boys & girls alike) think that sending naked pictures of themselves via cell phone or over the internet is acceptable behavior???

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  13. Not that he should've sent her a picture like that unless she specifically asked, but how does that perpetuate the rape culture? He didn't go and attack her whilst naked. I think she might've gone a little bit overboard there.

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    1. It is just as if your were walking in a park and some guy opens his trech coat and shows you their naked body. Exhibitionists are sick people, they like to intimidate others by showing them their genitals, they enjoy showing themselves and seeing the looks on the face of their victims. Those people are convinced they have the right to do that, so what stops them from going further?

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    2. If they ever get flashed like that in public, I tell my female friends to kick the guy in the balls and start screaming like mad. Bet they don't try that again.

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    3. on the contrary, i don't think she went far enough

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    4. You people are dumb. Exhibitionists are sick people. Fuck you. Honestly just because it doesn't suit your fancy does in no way mean it makes them sick. Stfu!

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    5. Anonymous #1, see response above. Rape culture doesn't mean that he committed rape. It's about a culture (including our culture) being more and more accepting of the types of behaviors that lay the groundwork. If harassment is OK then naked pics must ok, then unwanted groping must be ok, then joking about passed out girls deserving to get raped must be ok, then actually raping must be ok. It's normalizing behaviors that shouldn't be normalized. We should be offended by certain things because we are humans and should be looking out for each other.

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  14. There is a difference between rape and rape culture. Rape is the act of forcing physical, sexual contact on a person (different states have different definitions of what those types of contact are). Rape Culture is the societal behavior that supports people who rape, either by encouraging it or condoning it as ok, or even funny, or punishing people who are forced into non-consensual sexual interactions. So this was definitely a situation of rape culture rearing its ugly head.

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  15. Indecent exposure is a crime, right? If she didn't ask to see it, he shouldn't have sent it to her. Also, just because there are girls out there showing off their naughty bits in public (oh yeah, classy) doesn't mean this girl does.

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  16. 1. To "Anonymous" you says she's a woman and holds the opinion that the gal on the other end of the text was a bitch - she did say no, and he kept on as if she should be grateful to have received the photo of his dick.

    2. To "Tezzler" who assumes ALL girls show their tits off, you are the personification of stupidity, and have the same mentality as the man who thinks his dick is wanted by all women.

    3. This guy should not be alarmed if of the girl sending the messages and picture to his entire family. He thinks there is nothing wrong with it, so why would he be ashamed? Why shouldn't the females in his family be censored? Would he be upset if other males treated his mother and other females in his family in this matter? I'm guessing, YES. Therefore, he would know why the woman on the other end is offended. DUH. Perhaps he will have a daughter someday who will be treated just as he treats other females. ;)

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  17. She should have sent the guy back a pic of one guy giving another guy a blowjob. That would have sent his tiny little head spinning.

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  18. yall dumbasses gettin all worked up bout an internet pic,prolly aint even real

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  19. I want to see the cock!

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  20. how does someone go from "how is your day going? Is it raining in long island yet" to showing a pic of their bits and pieces. it makes no difference, in my book, whether she is a prude or a porn star, that is harassment. there is nothing in the conversation that indicated, in any way shape or form, that he might be intending to send a pic, of any kind, nor that she would be open to receiving it.

    I agree 100% with the opinions expressed by Judith

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  21. While the dude was an ass. That dumb bitch is saying a picture us rape... wtf... this is why dumb bitches get confused and why innocent people lives are ruined and no one knows what the fuck to do

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    1. Please read the numerous responses above which explain the difference between "rape" and "rape culture". The woman mentioned "rape culture" not "rape". There is a difference, so please learn about it, and join the conversation.

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    2. The amount of false reports are so laughably low compared to the number of actual people who are raped and never see justice.

      But so you can be educated, "rape culture" and "rape" are two entirely different things. Perhaps you should go study what it is before you continue making yourself look like an asshole.

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  22. Quit fucking whining people! Jesus this doesn't have anything to do with rape. It's a picture. Maybe this girl shouldn't be on kik adding people she don't know!
    This girl got on this messenger all on her own and started talking to this man. So don't make her out to be innocent! Jesus people grow the fuck up!

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    1. Indirectly, it does. The personality who thinks it's ok to send an unsolicited junk shot, who doesn't get a negative response, may well go on to further unsolicited, unwanted behavior. That could be verbal, visual or even physical. THAT is what is called "rape culture". A culture that makes all this other behavior "OK" so rape must be "OK" too.

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    2. Rape culture and rape mean two different things, moron.

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  23. He thought she might like it? Because all girls like cock? And we segway from the weather to nudity? Because he was horny, she must be also? Ohhh because he has a cock, and she (may) have a vagina. These assholes are a bane to our society with their black, desensitired souls. All the women who've dealt with those shock jocks know what she means by "rape culture". You feel violated and victimized. If I'm not fokking you or didn't request a dick pic, you have no right to show me. But then again, perverts do unto others in this regard, they totally expect the same in return.

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  24. You know, the comment says "A dating app". This was not just a phone text message. These kinds of things are where people meet, frequently for the purpose of sex. While it might have been a bit of a jump from the weather to his penis, she over-reacted.

    On top of that, she obviously knew enough about the guy, his last name, etc, to be able to find his mom on FB. So this wasn't a first time meeting, either.

    While I don't condone just throwing your naked picture out there, she over-reacted. She should have just told him why she didn't like that, and stopped talking to him.

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    1. She did. He continued to be a jerk.

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  25. Any woman that thinks this is no big deal, having a guy you don't know sending you naked pictures obviously have no self esteem, no pride in yourself as a woman. And not an ounce of class. And any guy that believes that a photo of his penis is a a turn on to a woman you apparently know nothing about a real woman. I'm sure that any woman you have had any luck with was a small.

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  26. i don't why everyone is over reactin about this the bitch was bein a prune. maybe sendin the pic on the first day textin was a bad decision wait a few days to you get a feel of what type of person you're sendin your shit to might be wiser. lol but nothin wrong with it.

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    1. Why are you being so hostile towards a woman you have no knowledge of. She's not a bitch, she's a bystander. She didn't ask for the cock shot, it was shoved in her face. You want some guys cock shoved in your face? I didn't think so. Also, the word is prude, not prune. A prune is a dessicated plum. Sending a shot of your junk to a woman you have no relationship with is stupid and smarmy. If she wants it, fine. That's not a problem. If it was unsolicited, that's definitely a problem. Let's turn it around. Suppose some chick you find totally disgusting sends you a crotch shot with lewd text- how are you going to respond to that? Are you cool with that, is that ok in your book? Remember your words, "nothing wrong with it". It's in the eye of the beholder. Expand your mind and mature.

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    2. Hey dipshit. Not everyone wants to see another person's junk and it doesn't make them a prude. You don't know jack shit about her, but we're going to call her a bitch anyway even though she asked him to stop and he didn't.

      Yes, let's continue to blame the victim for the inability of the assaulter (in this case, the assault on her eyes) to have some goddamn decency and tact.

      Fuck off.

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  27. how totally bizarre to have come across this post of a subject that is causing me some 'angst' at the moment...I'm an older woman who has just recently gotten back into the dating scene and can't believe the amt of guys that
    a) want and do send u their cock shots..and in the middle of a convo ffs !
    b) complain that its the 1st thing girls ask for on introduction and they get all bent out of shape abt it....lol
    its funny to hear about but when its not asked for DON'T do it and girls..please..at least wait till you know them a bit better...30 minutes isn't too long to wait ...have a good one and chill out abt it

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  28. The trouble is, when you join a dating site, unfortunately, you open yourself up to this sort of thing. Is it right? No. Should actions be taken, yes. Girls, be smart. Chances of finding a decent man online are slim to none. Don't expose yourself to the freaks and weirdo's. There are a million places to go to seek out good men, find one and go with it.

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    1. Psst, when you put the onus on the victim to take precautions for themselves that is promoting rape culture. Instead you should be teaching men not to send unsolicited pictures of their dicks, or to stop when someone asks them to.

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  29. Jesus Christ people. It's just a pic of a dick. Get over it. Big deal, God !

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  30. For the people who are commenting, it's just a picture. For some yes it's about the picture, however for most it's about his attitude after. Instead of a simple apology and backing down, he kept on about it just being a picture, didn't she like it, stop being a prude, etc. Being on a dating site, looking for a date, that MAY lead to sex is not asking to have someone belittle you.

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  31. If you have the option to open or reject a picture then it can't be harassment. I don't have an iphone, but I know I have the option to reject pictures on my droid. If you accept a picture from someone you don't know, you're giving up your right to claim harassment in any way. Regardless, I don't agree with sending out random cock shots to people.

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  32. If she didn't know him, How come his name was in her phone? Get over it people its prob faked. smdh

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  33. Hahaha for such a big cock he sure is afraid of mommy.....I guess size doesn't mean everything! (I was referring to him, not his penis size)

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