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IN Celebrities ON 02 Feb, 2016
Men definitely go out of their way to get the attention of the women they desire. Many times, the techniques adopted by them blows the mind of girls for all the wrong reasons.
Here enters a necessary requirement to teach such guys a lesson, so that no such deed is repeated ever again. One L.A. based model has found a perfect solution of making guys regret every filthy move they made.
The solution? You'll have to read below to find out yourself.
She's teaching guys a lesson or two about how girls should be treated.
"I usually receive at least one or two dick pics per day, at the minimum." Emily explains, "It's just been consistently happening for so long. I became absolutely fed up with these kinds of disturbing and disgusting messages and comments online."
Laura is L.A. based DJ and she herself has been receiving nude pics of men on all her social media accounts. So, she as well took it upon herself to inform the girlfriends of such guys about exactly how their boyfriends were behaving online.
One day while Laura was going through the profile of the guy she wanted to block, she noticed that there was a girl with him in every single picture, quoting him as 'the best boyfriend ever.'
The duo has made a habit out of it. Whenever they see that a guy who sends them unsolicited nude pics have a girlfriend, they send the screenshot to their girl. "I guess I felt really sad for her," Laura said. "So I sent her a message with a screenshot of our conversation telling her that I was really sorry, but I thought she deserved to know how her boyfriend was behaving towards other women. "I know if the roles were reversed and it was my boyfriend sending that shit out, I would want to know."
The girlfriends or wives don't usually response, but when the duo contacts the supposed men on the profile page of their significant other, all they get is a very "panicked apology."
People are praising both the girls for raising awareness about "what is really happening."
The problem of women receiving unsolicited nude pictures and videos from men is quite common.
"I think the best thing to do is to just keep the dialogue happening," Emily explains. "We have to keep telling the guys why what they're doing is wrong. I'm pretty sure when a guy sends me a dick pic and I respond with a screenshot of his girlfriend's Facebook and a message that says, 'How is your girlfriend gonna feel when she sees how you treat women?' they're probably not gonna do it again anytime soon."
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