@moethewhat Not actually true. If you know anything about photography copyright laws, the person who takes the picture owns the copyright. Why do you think he has a DMCA form on his website and content gets removed regularly?
@flossy I'm aware of what year it is. I've taken nude photos with boyfriends and they're nowhere to be found on the internet. The point I was making isn't about the content itself, it's about the trashy, disrespectful, bitter people who post it around. There's really NO reason to post an intimate moment between you and a significant other (past or present) unless you have the maturity level of a 12 year old.
@flossy Why shouldn't people be allowed to have a private sex life? That's like saying a girl who was wearing a short skirt deserved to get raped. Don't blame the victim.
@Cy Denton@facebook I think that's a really weak argument. You should be able to have a personal life without someone exploiting it. If I want to take pictures of me fucking my boyfriend, that's between us. If someone happens to steal those pictures and post them, that's a violation of privacy. How would you feel if someone posted your social security number online? It's the same thing. He's an awful, sad person and I know him in real life. There's nothing cool about him. He's addicted to drugs and is malicious for nothing but attention for himself.
He's a compulsive liar. That story about him being "attacked" never happened. 30 million views? Um no. He's a drug addict with no life who still lives with his parents. He's broke and goes to the hospital regularly for ODs. Give me a break with this attention whore.