Slavery charges against 'kinky sex overlord' DROPPED

‘The best form of protection for our kids is knowing where they are, who they are engaging with online and in the real world, and knowing what really happens under someone’s roof,’ AFP Detective Sergeant Jarryd Dunbar said.

Beth Ashley, a journalist specialising in sex and relationships, believes non-consensual slapping, spanking and hitting stem from learning about sex from mainstream porn, where such acts are commonplace.

The Twitter user who posted about the issue noted that doing an internet search on VidMe plus any keyword now surfaced sites that had hosted VidMe content, which has since been replaced with the 5 Star embeds. (I unearthed a few such sites this way.) Users added to the thread sites they found to still be unwittingly hosting the NSFW content. 

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Dr Fiona Vera-Grey, an assistant professor at Durham University specialising in how to combat violence against women and girls, says that the term ‘feeds into the narrative of women being taught to doubt how something feels’.

‘A 36-year-old Windsor woman, a 32-year-old Richmond woman, a 33-year-old Pascoe Vale woman and a 35-year-old Strathmore woman have all be issued with a penalty infringement notice for failing to comply with requirements in relation to a private or public gathering.

Downplaying violations through ambiguous, woolly language feeds into a culture of permissibility. When we sanitise sexual violence, we are saying, ‘It’s OK, it’s normal’, instead of, ‘That was an unacceptable violation’.

Someone has now “leaked” a nude picture of her. This means it now becomes a case of revenge porn and matter for the police. It also means she’s now a victim as opposed to get fucked earlier story which would garner her little public sympathy.’

Twitter user Doxie made the discovery, posting a thread to Twitter showing that sites like The Washington Post, New York Magazine, The Huffington Post and more all had 5 Star HD Porn videos embedded on their article pages. Motherboard found that archived versions of these stories previously had VidMe embeds where the porn now is. 

But does it serve people who’ve experienced something that made them feel harmed? As a society, we often talk about sexual violence as a dichotomy — it’s either rape or consensual sex.

That might benefit you if you’re coming at it from the perspective of someone who’s perpetrated a violation that sits outside it and so will evade consequences.

Do you remember VidMe? The result is that websites that used to host VidMe clips now have embedded clips of extremely NSFW porn videos.  It ultimately couldn’t compete, and closed its virtual doors in 2017. It was a video hosting and streaming site set up in 2014 that hoped to compete with YouTube. Its domain was apparently recently purchased by a porn site, 5 Star HD Porn.

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‘Four women have been issued with Penalty Infringement Notices following a gathering at a Richmond address in contravention of the Chief Health Officer’s restrictions,’ a Victoria Police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.

Daily Mail Australia understands the video was posted to Instagram by Ellie entirely by mistake, but that another member of Nadia’s social group quickly downloaded it and sent the damning footage to media outlets in an attempt to ‘destroy’ the WAG.

“It’s quite absurd in my opinion.” “I just think it’s funny when multibillion dollar companies make ‘mistakes’ like this (and get away with it) but will likely turn around to blame their algorithms and technology,” Doxie told CNET. Doxie stumbled on the issue while searching for content for an Instagram meme page and discovered a Facebook page with undetected pornographic images.

A new study revealed this week that more than half of women have been sexually harassed by strangers online (more than half via Instagram), with the harassment ranging from threats of sexual violence to crude remarks, jokes or demands for sex.

The pornographic embed is still live on the New York Magazine site, as well as other publications, like Complex. At the time of this writing, The Washington Post and Huffington Post appear to have rectified the issue. “We are in the process of permanently removing this content whenever it appears,” a spokesperson for the Huffington Post said.

This is concerning because it’s the lack of realism that is so damaging — particularly when it fails to reinforce the need for consent when introducing any new sex acts into an encounter, and when those acts carry a certain degree of physical risk.

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