In My Eyes.

Living is easy with eyes closed

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Meanwhile, the presumed stockpile of penis photos taken by Hollywood actors remains curiously untouched
A line from an EW article questioning why it’s only women in Hollywood who have their privacy violated x (via pansycakeofwesteros)

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Okay, fuck it, I’m gonna come out and say it.

If you take nude pics on your smartphone and then someone hacks into your phone and posts those pics to the internet, you do not have the right to be upset with anyone but yourself.

Your phone is capable of finding out where you are without you having to do anything special, can tell you how long it will take you to get home from where you currently are and (if you allow it to), can almost instantly transfer your videos/photos to “the cloud” or Dropbox or whatever else we consider to be secure means of data transfer and you think that your nude pics are safe from never getting hacked?

It’s like when girls post their pics to Tumblr and then get mad because those pictures wind up elsewhere on the internet. What are you mad about?
It’s the equivalent of leaving your wallet on your lawn, shouting out “CHECK OUT MY NEW WALLET” and then getting mad when someone comes and takes your wallet because they like it a lot. In some cases, like it enough to even claim as their own.

Bottom line, if you’re worried about your photos and their security, you can take your nudes with a piece of technology known as a CAMERA. Use your phone for calls/texting only. But you won’t, that’s all too much work for you. So how about this: DONT TAKE NAKED PICS WITH YOUR PHONE.

If you’re so worried about the stuff potentially getting out or putting your reputation at risk, why risk it in the first place?

I’m done.

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