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I’m going to try writing less than thirty screen-fulls today! What is revenge porn? It’s actually what society has been doing for thousand’s of years, only adapted to modern technology! In the 1800s, a husband would strip his unfaithful wife naked and parade her through the streets!

Revenge porn is like that. In medieval times, if a woman was unfaithful, her husband gave her to a brothel, and the woman remained there until she got too old, and then she was put out on the street to starve!

Many states are passing specific regulations that govern revenge porn. But is that such a good idea? In the minds of some the perpetrators are a vindictive lot, but it’s a lot less harmful than if the guy just kills the girl!

I’m concerned that since guys historically seem to need some satisfaction, legislation will create more harm than good! If I gave explicit photos of myself, or if I allowed myself to be digitally recorded, either in an immodest way, I would assume the photos or videos would be on the Internet at some point!

If a girl sends a guy a sexy photo, that guy sends the same photo to every guy in his phone and email list. All those guys send it to every guy in their address books, and then they gather a consensus on whether the girl is hot or not, and to what degree! So, at least 600 males are in possession of the photo within 10 seconds after the female sends it!

Another problem is, “Revenge Porn” implies that the guy did something harmful out of spite. So, how do you prove to the satisfaction of a jury that:

  1. The one accused is actually the one who did it. Since the photos might be in the possession of thousands of different individuals, who’s to say maybe the spurned guy just asked one of his buddies to upload the photos somewhere?
  2. What if the guy claims that he and the girl were on good terms when he put her on the Internet, but the girl claims they were on bad terms? He claims he was just fulfilling her request that he help her get into the adult-film industry?
  3. It would be utterly prohibitively impossible to select an impartial jury to judge such a case. Statistics show that 60% of males upload nude photos of their ex-girlfriends to the Internet! Judging guilt or innocence would be a matter of the gender of the juror.

That’s just what I could think up in the time it took to type it! There are already rational laws in every state that prohibit invasion of privacy. Criminalizing this sliver of the greater whole simply deprives women of financial compensation for their misery.

Invasion of privacy is a civil offense if it’s not aggravated or depraved. Usually, there is no limit to the award. But there is something more important here:

We can reasonably assume that every nude ex-girlfriend on the Internet had intimate contact outside the bonds of Sacramental Matrimony! They probably have all used birth control! It’s reasonable to assume that females who are sufficiently reprobate to pose nude also have more than one living mate! They’ve probably all performed godless perversions of the female act, and have thereby used their bodies in a way that displeases God!

Is it not in society’s best interest that such women be identified as such, so decent people can avoid them, and to show them for who they are? I know some women will be angry, but that’s only because they bear the guilt for sins of impurity. It’s not my fault! There’s a reason a guy would upload nude photos of a girl to the Internet!

It’s because the girl behaved like a shameless trollop! If the girl had kept her clothes on, the guy would never do that, because a chaste and modest example of femininity does not cry out to Heaven to be shamed in public testimony to her wickedness!

I mean, don’t girls want to learn proper conduct? I have a friend who always keeps an apple on hand! When he sees a woman with too little attire, he hands her the apple. Inevitably the woman asks why, to which he replies,

When the first woman bit into the apple she could see that she was naked.”

So, I guess we’ll have to see how the laws against revenge porn cause society to morph. Of all the alternatives, the objection seems the most harmless.

If we’re going to pass a law for everything, then the logical extrapolation for utopia is to lock everyone in a cell for life! The girls obviously deserve what they got! And it could have been a lot worse! Rather than add a whole new branch to the court system, just tell women—keep your clothes on unless the lights are off and you are safely within the bonds of Sacramental Matrimony!

I seriously do not understand what all the fuss is about!

If I have inadvertently offended anyone, I meant everything in the nicest possible way! I’m trying to help! But if you still feel offended, I implore you forgiveness! Please leave a reply! I’m totally open to all possible viewpoints.

I’ll offer my Holy Rosary for the modesty, chastity, obedience and fertility of all females, everywhere.

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