Ways to go about taking nude pictures
24 September 2014, 13:35
Nairobi - The past one week has seen numerous nude photos of various
personalities get leaked, but the most confusing part is when the individuals
get angry. I do not understand people who get angry when their nudes are leaked
on the internet. When you decide to take off your clothes and send a picture or
video conference it to someone, it does not take a genius to figure out that
there is a 101% chance of it getting out. Chances are by the person you are
sending it to.
To each one his own, you have the right to do whatever you
want with your body but do not act the victim when it is leaked. You had
predecessors to learn from if you did not, then it is your fault that you are
someone else’s reference chart.
If you are taking them it obviously means you want people to
see them. And if it’s online, it just means you were sharing them with someone.
Further meaning that the person you were sharing them with should not have been
trusted in the first place.
Many people take nudes, it is just the clever ones that are
able to get away with it. If you have to, then;
If sending it to someone, do not show your face
That is the easiest rule. Because once it gets leaked you
can just plead that it is not you or its Photoshop, because at the end of the
day your face was not on it. No matter what the other person says.
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Do not video conference
We can obviously see
Meghan Good showing them to someone who is not even her current husband. You
can just imagine how embarrassed he is. Conferencing allows the other person to
record and you are also not sure if they have an unseen person in the
Take with your own phone and delete
Do not allow anyone
to take naked photos of you with their own phone. Does not matter how close you
think you are at the moment. Even the best of girlfriends have been known to
betray you when things go awry.
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