They should appreciate the fact that the world cares enough to steal their personal photos.
Ludacris wants to do lots of sexual things with you, and I don’t think all of them are okay.
The cloud is not a magical place that just holds your information. It’s a server. Everyone needs to and should know this.
The way in which you choose for share your body is your own personal choice. It’s as simple as that. Every time we click on these pictures and send them to our friends, we’re perpetuating the violation of that person’s privacy and freedom of sexuality.
Young moms who only communicate in the form of sharing inspirational videos about rescue dogs and/or articles about how tough it is to be a mom that they tag all of their mom friends in and are like “Only you guys will get this tee hee!”
There is only one NYC.
In either instance, be it in their professional or personal lives, the victims of the leak were acting of their own agency. And this in itself is infuriating to the people who think that they shouldn’t.
It’s mine. It’s all mine. I can’t give him up. I’m sorry.
In the words of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, “you’ve maximized your tan.”
What’s more telling about our obsession with celebrity is how that same attitude affects the connections we make on a day to day basis.