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Have You Ever Taken A Nude Photo Of Yourself? Do you think it is common?
Posted 12/25/14 , edited 12/25/14

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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

That being said, it is a trend nowadays, and I hate how people are saying it is the photo taker's fault for taking the photo in the first place. It quite simply is blaming the victim of rape for her own suffering. Come on, we're western society after all...


Can we please not go into this. If you take a photo of yourself nude, you're responsible for the reprecussions. You willfully made available pictures of your junk. It's not the same as "someone took advantage of me when I was unconscious or forcibly did something to me." god damn it. Own up to your mistakes people.


I'm just saying that everyone has a right to privacy, even online. Do they bear some responsibility? Yes, but ultimately it is the hacker's fault for exposing the pictures in the first place.

This is probably where you and I differ, but I don't believe taking nude photos is really a "mistake", anymore than going outside or to a club or something.
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Posted 12/25/14

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

That being said, it is a trend nowadays, and I hate how people are saying it is the photo taker's fault for taking the photo in the first place. It quite simply is blaming the victim of rape for her own suffering. Come on, we're western society after all...


Can we please not go into this. If you take a photo of yourself nude, you're responsible for the reprecussions. You willfully made available pictures of your junk. It's not the same as "someone took advantage of me when I was unconscious or forcibly did something to me." god damn it. Own up to your mistakes people.


I'm just saying that everyone has a right to privacy, even online. Do they bear some responsibility? Yes, but ultimately it is the hacker's fault for exposing the pictures in the first place.

This is probably where you and I differ, but I don't believe taking nude photos is really a "mistake", anymore than going outside or to a club or something.


I think that I bear full responsibility for all of my own actions. If I do something under my own volition, I am responsible for it, no matter the outcome. Because of this, I account for a worst case and a best case scenario, and always act accordingly.

If I am indorectly involved in something, then I am indirectly responsible. To have free will is to also have the ultimate responsiibility in life. It's the prime directive of any philosophy of free will.
Posted 12/25/14 , edited 12/25/14

serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

That being said, it is a trend nowadays, and I hate how people are saying it is the photo taker's fault for taking the photo in the first place. It quite simply is blaming the victim of rape for her own suffering. Come on, we're western society after all...


Can we please not go into this. If you take a photo of yourself nude, you're responsible for the reprecussions. You willfully made available pictures of your junk. It's not the same as "someone took advantage of me when I was unconscious or forcibly did something to me." god damn it. Own up to your mistakes people.


I'm just saying that everyone has a right to privacy, even online. Do they bear some responsibility? Yes, but ultimately it is the hacker's fault for exposing the pictures in the first place.

This is probably where you and I differ, but I don't believe taking nude photos is really a "mistake", anymore than going outside or to a club or something.


I think that I bear full responsibility for all of my own actions. If I do something under my own volition, I am responsible for it, no matter the outcome. Because of this, I account for a worst case and a best case scenario, and always act accordingly.

If I am indorectly involved in something, then I am indirectly responsible. To have free will is to also have the ultimate responsiibility in life. It's the prime directive of any philosophy of free will.


Taking nude photos isn't wrong. Hacking someone's account is. Murder is still murder after all. I'm not necessarily disagreeing with you on the whole responsibility thing, but I don't believe we should persecute others for crimes that are not their own. Victim blaming rarely does anything good.
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Posted 12/25/14 , edited 12/25/14

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On my phone. Once twice or thrice. Then I deleted them from existence. Luckily my phones storage is too high to be backed up to free icloud… so they're not up there either…


Why would you even take the risk?



I'm an idiot teenager epitomized, who knows the risks but is too concerned enough about weight - enough just to see how much lbs it look like the camera adds, when I am stark naked.…
Also I was feeling hella vain. And I had taken too many sleeping pills. God knows what kind of delirious state i was in.
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Posted 12/25/14 , edited 12/25/14

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

That being said, it is a trend nowadays, and I hate how people are saying it is the photo taker's fault for taking the photo in the first place. It quite simply is blaming the victim of rape for her own suffering. Come on, we're western society after all...


Can we please not go into this. If you take a photo of yourself nude, you're responsible for the reprecussions. You willfully made available pictures of your junk. It's not the same as "someone took advantage of me when I was unconscious or forcibly did something to me." god damn it. Own up to your mistakes people.


I'm just saying that everyone has a right to privacy, even online. Do they bear some responsibility? Yes, but ultimately it is the hacker's fault for exposing the pictures in the first place.

This is probably where you and I differ, but I don't believe taking nude photos is really a "mistake", anymore than going outside or to a club or something.


I think that I bear full responsibility for all of my own actions. If I do something under my own volition, I am responsible for it, no matter the outcome. Because of this, I account for a worst case and a best case scenario, and always act accordingly.

If I am indorectly involved in something, then I am indirectly responsible. To have free will is to also have the ultimate responsiibility in life. It's the prime directive of any philosophy of free will.


Taking nude photos isn't wrong. Hacking someone's account is. Murder is still murder after all. I'm not necessarily disagreeing with you on the whole responsibility thing, but I don't believe we should persecute others for crimes that are not their own. Victim blaming rarely does anything good.


but we're ALLLL victims of something. A murderer may be a victim of mental illness. A rapist of an abusive childhood. A hacker may just not "mean to" stumble on to YOUR photos...

Do you understand what I'm saying?

President Truman used to have a sign on his desk that read, "The buck stops here." It meant instead of passing the buck and the blame to someone else, who in turn would pass it to someone else, his policy was "I'll take responsibility rather than seeing the circular blame game". And that's the thing. Taking personal responsibility is tantamount to being an actual functioning adult member of society.
Posted 12/25/14 , edited 12/25/14

serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

That being said, it is a trend nowadays, and I hate how people are saying it is the photo taker's fault for taking the photo in the first place. It quite simply is blaming the victim of rape for her own suffering. Come on, we're western society after all...


Can we please not go into this. If you take a photo of yourself nude, you're responsible for the reprecussions. You willfully made available pictures of your junk. It's not the same as "someone took advantage of me when I was unconscious or forcibly did something to me." god damn it. Own up to your mistakes people.


I'm just saying that everyone has a right to privacy, even online. Do they bear some responsibility? Yes, but ultimately it is the hacker's fault for exposing the pictures in the first place.

This is probably where you and I differ, but I don't believe taking nude photos is really a "mistake", anymore than going outside or to a club or something.


I think that I bear full responsibility for all of my own actions. If I do something under my own volition, I am responsible for it, no matter the outcome. Because of this, I account for a worst case and a best case scenario, and always act accordingly.

If I am indorectly involved in something, then I am indirectly responsible. To have free will is to also have the ultimate responsiibility in life. It's the prime directive of any philosophy of free will.


Taking nude photos isn't wrong. Hacking someone's account is. Murder is still murder after all. I'm not necessarily disagreeing with you on the whole responsibility thing, but I don't believe we should persecute others for crimes that are not their own. Victim blaming rarely does anything good.


but we're ALLLL victims of something. A murderer may be a victim of mental illness. A rapist of an abusive childhood. A hacker may just not "mean to" stumble on to YOUR photos...

Do you understand what I'm saying?

President Truman used to have a sign on his desk that read, "The buck stops here." It meant instead of passing the buck and the blame to someone else, who in turn would pass it to someone else, his policy was "I'll take responsibility rather than seeing the circular blame game". And that's the thing. Taking personal responsibility is tantamount to being an actual functioning adult member of society.


Let's just agree to disagree on this. I see what they're saying, I just don't really see it as applicable or helpful for this scenario. People should be free to go outside without fear of being raped, and able to take nude pictures without someone hacking their account. Inherently, we all bear responsibility for every wrong that has been committed against us by simply existing. We could all go and kill ourselves, or assign blame to where it is directly responsible. It takes two to commit a crime. A Victim and a perpetrator, and we should by all means hold accountable the perpetrator, regardless of his reasons. A crime is still a crime. A scam victim is still a victim.



Edit: I guess I sort of understand what you're saying. A scam victim should've realized it was too good to be true and thus by taking responsibility he prevent himself from being scammed in the future. But I don't believe the scammer should get off scott free.


Edit: I don't even know what I am saying anymore bzzzzt.
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Such argument in this thread. Much long. Wow.
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People here seem to focus too much on the hacking issue of nude pictures. People who take nude photos of themselves to send to people, even people they trust like a bf/gf, need to realize that their pictures getting stolen through hacking should be the least of their worries. People show their friends the nudes they get sent. It may not be everyone and maybe the person who you trust wouldn't ever think about it...until a breakup happens. But nude pics spread and usually it is quietly enough where the person who took the picture would never hear about it. When I was in high school I didn't even have any friends but I still got to see all kinds of girls naked because the pictures were just being shown around freely by the guys.
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People here seem to focus too much on the hacking issue of nude pictures. People who take nude photos of themselves to send to people, even people they trust like a bf/gf, need to realize that their pictures getting stolen through hacking should be the least of their worries. People show their friends the nudes they get sent. It may not be everyone and maybe the person who you trust wouldn't ever think about it...until a breakup happens. But nude pics spread and usually it is quietly enough where the person who took the picture would never hear about it. When I was in high school I didn't even have any friends but I still got to see all kinds of girls naked because the pictures were just being shown around freely by the guys.


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Posted 12/25/14

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Let's just agree to disagree on this. I see what they're saying, I just don't really see it as applicable or helpful for this scenario. People should be free to go outside without fear of being raped, and able to take nude pictures without someone hacking their account. Inherently, we all bear responsibility for every wrong that has been committed against us by simply existing. We could all go and kill ourselves, or assign blame to where it is directly responsible. It takes two to commit a crime. A Victim and a perpetrator, and we should by all means hold accountable the perpetrator, regardless of his reasons. A crime is still a crime. A scam victim is still a victim.



Edit: I guess I sort of understand what you're saying. A scam victim should've realized it was too good to be true and thus by taking responsibility he prevent himself from being scammed in the future. But I don't believe the scammer should get off scott free.


Edit: I don't even know what I am saying anymore bzzzzt.


I think the problem with the concept with "victim blaming" is that it assumes that you are placing all blame on the victim. It's not so. Of course the actual perpetrator is guilty, and that's a given. It's just that the so called victim should still be responsible for their own actions and if they are deemed capable of acting in a certain capacity, they're implicitly responsible for themselves to act in a particular capacity. Failure to do so puts a HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE burden upon society and everyone around them.Not to mention some of the shit you post as topics is far more upsetting (and illegal if I thought you were going to act upon them) than saying, "hey. it's a pretty shitty idea to send people naked photos of yourself"

as for safety, yeah, it's nice, but it's not owed to you and it's not even a realistic expectation that you will be able to go through life without ever meeting someone that's going to attempt to take advantage of you. Just be thankful we DON'T live by the laws of the jungle... (though we really do.. but that's a whole 'nother discussion)
Posted 12/25/14

serifsansserif wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Let's just agree to disagree on this. I see what they're saying, I just don't really see it as applicable or helpful for this scenario. People should be free to go outside without fear of being raped, and able to take nude pictures without someone hacking their account. Inherently, we all bear responsibility for every wrong that has been committed against us by simply existing. We could all go and kill ourselves, or assign blame to where it is directly responsible. It takes two to commit a crime. A Victim and a perpetrator, and we should by all means hold accountable the perpetrator, regardless of his reasons. A crime is still a crime. A scam victim is still a victim.



Edit: I guess I sort of understand what you're saying. A scam victim should've realized it was too good to be true and thus by taking responsibility he prevent himself from being scammed in the future. But I don't believe the scammer should get off scott free.


Edit: I don't even know what I am saying anymore bzzzzt.


I think the problem with the concept with "victim blaming" is that it assumes that you are placing all blame on the victim. It's not so. Of course the actual perpetrator is guilty, and that's a given. It's just that the so called victim should still be responsible for their own actions and if they are deemed capable of acting in a certain capacity, they're implicitly responsible for themselves to act in a particular capacity. Failure to do so puts a HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE burden upon society and everyone around them.Not to mention some of the shit you post as topics is far more upsetting (and illegal if I thought you were going to act upon them) than saying, "hey. it's a pretty shitty idea to send people naked photos of yourself"

as for safety, yeah, it's nice, but it's not owed to you and it's not even a realistic expectation that you will be able to go through life without ever meeting someone that's going to attempt to take advantage of you. Just be thankful we DON'T live by the laws of the jungle... (though we really do.. but that's a whole 'nother discussion)


I see, well we have reached a consensus.
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Posted 12/25/14 , edited 12/25/14
Yes, a long time ago. Well, I did worst to be honest. My high school days were too wild, too wild indeed. - flashback -

PS: Never shared any of those photos, also I deleted them pretty quickly.
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I have done so and the only one to see them is now my wife. Though if they did go viral the at least my face and body weren't in the same pic. I've also done "naked" video too. It's an excitement factor.
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