Eileen Kelly, a 20-year-old New York-based blogger, better known as @killerandasweetthang became the centre of controversy after being talked about by the New York Post in January. She was portrayed as a sugar baby trying to attract older men who love to prey on young girls. But that is not what Kelly is doing and she is really devastated by the fact that the Post profiled her as,"I fuel fantasies of men who want sex with young girls, and I'm fine with it."
Her friends, when they texted her about the story, she nearly had a heart attack.
Is having a voice on the internet so bad?
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"Doing that is hurting me, and a bunch of other young women who have voices on the Internet.", she added.
She has amassed almost 315k, including a handful of celebrities in her followers list.
She started it when she was in High school, from her Hometown in Seattle.
The blog contains world wide gritty information about sex, relationships and puberty.
Because she went through the same.
She just had her dad by her side.
The questions include,"Did you lose your virginity to the person you loved?" and, "How do you deal with someone unliking you?". These are the kinds of questions most of the teenagers are growing up with.
And Instagram with its strict rule wouldn't have allowed anything truly scandalous, anyway.
She says she loves her body the way it is and would like all the girls out there to embrace their bodies just the way they are.
She is not the only one being criticized for being herself. For some, it's impossible to differentiate between nudity and sex. Kelly has even launched her own website where she'll continue helping all those inquisitive teenagers with their questions. Share this story to let others know the importance of loving yourself in every way you want.