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Another day, another batch of celebrity nudes have been “leaked”, which is a word used to downplay the fact that these were intimate photos and videos that were stolen from women and then posted and shared online.
Of course, dude bros on Reddit and 4Chan celebrate these “leaks” and consider the anonymous thieves to be heroes, all while condemning the NSA for having the ability to steal their own data, albeit without any real risk of them then publishing that data online for all the world to see.
“If you don’t want nudes leaked, don’t take nudes,” cry the liberal Redditors and the conservative Fox News analysts. If you don’t want the world to think you’re a pedophile, don’t keep naked photos of your baby nephew on your phone. If you don’t want to go to prison for drug possession, don’t visit r/trees.
Pointing out this hypocrisy doesn’t seem to help most of these creeps, unfortunately, since the invasion of privacy…I’m sorry, the “leaks” keep coming. These men aren’t interested in being morally consistent, or in being compassionate and treating women like human beings.
With that in mind, here’s an alternative argument that I hope may reach them:
This most recent batch of stolen nudes includes Kim Kardashian. Kim Kardashian is a woman with no discernible talent who is, nevertheless, a millionaire with instant name recognition who lent her name to a mobile game that despite being free-to-play makes $700,000 per day.
So why is Kim Kardashian so famous? Because she once made a sex tape that was then stolen and posted publicly.
Remember that, asshole data thieves: every time you steal a woman’s intimate photos and videos and post them online for all the world to see, you risk creating the next Kim Kardashian.
Think about it.