I’m as much a Bewb fan as the next (heterosexual) guy.
But sometimes it is baffling to me what people would do, or risk, for certain bewbs.

Yes, Jennifer Lawrence, and the leaked pictures.

I got it, she’s a hottie.
I got it, men wanna see her bewbs.
But, c’mon, really?
We need to hack iCloud to get her nudes?
Really?

Aren’t there plenty of young beautiful ladies abundant in the net who are willingly showing their assests??

What lowlife degraded waste of human genes do you have to be to do this?
To look for these images?

Everyone who has seen them (intentionally) and did not have her permission to do so – get out of this genepool, you’re damaging the species.

Breaking privacy isn’t okay. It’s like breaking into someone’s house and sniffing their underwear while copying their family album or something.
Low, degraded, and absolutely despicable.

But I also have to criticise the celebrities here.

Here’s a thing, dear celebrities, learn from these scandals, and from my words:
1. Don’t take nudes.
2. Drop the iShit and get a Droid.
3. Don’t take nudes.
4. Disable ALL functions that upload pictures automatically to the internet where they can (and will) be hacked.
5. Don’t take nudes.
6. Do not upload your pictures ANYWHERE.
7. DON’T TAKE NUDES.

Life ain’t that hard, really. Just follow basic rules of decency (= do not take pictures you wouldn’t show your parents and/or children), and don’t upload anything sensitive to the net.

I’m not trying to defend the culprit(s) here, but if those images wouldn’t exist in the first place, there would be no drama…

And again, everyone who has downlaoded these pictures, everyone involved in hacking pictures like this, uploading them – I sincerely hope that there will be someone taking nude pictures of you (or steal them) and spread them over the internet.
With names.
And Addresses.
Let the shaming begin. (Hey, Anonymus! There’d be a nice little side project…)

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