Revenge Porn By the Numbers

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  1. Holly and other people supporting her,

    Keep up the good work! You will be rewarded!

    This kind of abuse will reach a point where the perpetrators will have to pay a price and face up to what they have done wrong! Real men do not hurt women this way!

    Thank you to Holly for all of her courage and to all the other women/victims who have spoken up and told their stories!

  2. Surprised by comment in 4th box that the victims are ‘harassed or stalked ONLINE.’
    I am a target (I prefer not to call myself a victim) of Slander* Porn.
    I am harassed about 20 hours a day by live perverts; oh how I wish it were only online.
    Perverts bother me every single place I go, including in church.
    Life has become absolutely miserable.

    *Slander Porn: A term I coined for those of us who have lived a conservative lifestyle, but have had pictures of our faces (and sometimes vehicles) placed on porn sites and apps by someone who wishes to do us harm.

  3. I am one of many that have been exposed online by revenge porn. This kind of retaliation online needs to stop, it’s degrading, hurtful and life changing. I want to take a stand and help women or anyone that has been a victim of this crime. I think that anyone who has committed this crime must suffer consequences.

  4. Pictures of me have been put on a revenge site. In the pics I was 15 I am 18 now. I found out about it a year ago. And now people I went to school with and people I don’t know are asking me about it. And talking shit about me the only person who has those pics are the guy have been with for three years.. he denies that he did it.. I wish I could know for sure. And make it all go away.. it is torture

  5. I am also a victim of revenge porn and slander. It has ruined nearly every aspect of my life. I no longer have family or friends as they think I’m sick and that I am the one posting the pictures of myself (I doubt anyone would post nude photos of themselves in such public places so that ANYONE and EVERYONE could see them). That is just one of the many ways revenge porn ruins lives. I lost my job and my ability to get one. I am the laughing stock of the area where I live. It cost me my relationship with the person I loved. I can no longer get dates. I will soon be homeless.

    I am a man.

    Revenge porn doesn’t just ruin women’s lives. While the vast majority of victims are female, it doesn’t mean everyone should overlook the male victims. It has cost me everything. The stress and embarrassment has given me issues with my nerves and problems with acid reflux and other medical issues. My mental health has severely been damaged as well.

    It’s so easy to destroy someone in this way and victims have little to no recourse.

    Just wanted to vent.

    -a male victim

    • I’m sorry you have this story to tell. I know what it’s like because some of what happened to you also happened to me; it is difficult to put into words…what it does to someone.

      I’m female; some things I’m sure, unfortunately, we share …other aspects I can only listen to and understand that way…as a person listening.

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