In the midst of the hacked naked celebrity photos scandal Don't look them up! These people are desperately out of touch. This week, Cosmopolitan. Eighty-nine percent have taken nude photos of themselves at some point.
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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Connie Wang. But the reality of the matter is that a sexy selfie that hits the spot — the kind that you keep in a secret album in your phone, upload to a private Instagram account, let your buds see, and save for really deserving textual exchanges — takes a little bit of finesse. You might have sucked at taking a normal selfie when you got your first front-facing camera, but just like how you finally figured out the angles, poses, and lighting that combine to make you look like the Lifetime Movie version of yourself and not the True Crime version , getting the hang of a sexy selfie demands some practice.
Nude selfies: what if they are just an ordinary part of teenage life?
Selfies of young women aged from 19 to 23 have been shared on the internet — exposing a seedy underground loan system. Online loan sharks ordered students and young women to send naked pictures of themselves — holding their ID — to receive cash. The dodgy Chinese lenders then threaten to post their picture online or send them to their parents to ensure they are paid. Students were sent money in as little as three minutes after sending exposed pictures of themselves to the lender.
Of the recent spate of celeb naked photo leaks , only one has caused someone to lose their current job. Yes, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian, Anna Kendrick, Selena Gomez and Cara Delevingne have all had to get their heads around the grubby idea that some sad souls have invested time and effort in wheedling their naked photos out of a cloud and plonking them on the world's internet dining table for all to pick over. But only Brooks Newmark — ex-Minister for Civil Society — has had to quit over the outing of his naked pictures. I'm not a fan of Newmark anyone who thinks charities should be "sticking to their knitting" and stay out of politics when austerity has left charities scrambling to deliver vital services that would otherwise simply disappear needs a head test, not the ministerial portfolio for charities, durrr and I do think whacking pictures of your veg on social media displays vanity, poor judgement and a plain old rude disregard for your wife.