Thursday, February 11, 2016
As even a quick glance at the photo above will tell you, Emily Sears, an Australian model currently working in the USA, is a very attractive woman.
You might not realize this, but many Internet users are men who like to surf about, looking for pretty women to ogle. And that's their business, so to speak.
But when they act on their desire by taking a picture of their noodle and emailing it to pretty models such as Emily Sears, well, you're into weirdo territory. And just imagine being that model and getting a photo of some perv's tumescence in your morning email! Yow.
Here's another thing you won't believe. It turns out that most of the men sending schlong shots to women they have never met (and never will, outside of a courtroom) are dumb enough to have Facebook pages replete with pictures of their wives, mothers, girlfriends, and moms.
So Ms Sears writes to these other women, and tells them about the woody image she got! And she includes the picture she received.
“We send the photos as a reminder for them to have respect for women,” Sears says. “I think it provides an accountability that people seem to lose online; being behind a screen gives people a false sense of anonymity.”
Ms Sears, once involved in an abusive relationship, gets these pictures once or twice a day even yet, as word spreads of her habit of outing offenders. She points out that it doesn't just happen to models, but to women all over: “It’s happening when women are online dating and denying matches with men. It can happen to any woman online, just like it can happen to any woman walking down the street.”
A lot of men justify this sort of behavior by subscribing to the belief that they are just too much man for any one woman, and must spread themselves thickly upon our earth.
This is why they invented cold showers. And maturity.