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The age of selfie-obsession

Brooks Newmark, revenge porn, and a heady brew of hypocrisy and narcissism

4 October 2014

9:00 AM

4 October 2014

9:00 AM

So it now seems pretty clear to me that we can no longer send women photographs of our genitals without worrying that we might be the subject of some horrible sting operation and consequently suffer public humiliation and possibly lose our jobs. One by one, the harmless little pleasures in life are being withdrawn from us.

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