FITNESS MODEL DIANA ANDREWS DIDN’T LEARN FROM DANI MATHERS, GETS CAUGHT FAT SHAMING A FAT GIRL AT THE GYM
London female bodybuilder and fitness model Diana Andrews spotted a fat women at her gym and thought it would be funny to post a fat shaming picture on her Instagram. How she didn’t learn from Playboy playmate Dani Mathers who did the same thing last year we will never understand. But she didn’t. So she did. Diana posted a picture of the fat woman on the treadmill with the caption “love handles”. That would have been bad enough. But Diana didn’t stop there. She then posted a meme saying, “I bet she’s ordering burgers for delivery” with three burger emojis in place of the word “burgers”. It was deleted and her Instagram account set to private, but not until after a shit storm erupted, and the photos shared on a support group for women on Facebook with the caption: “This is why most people hate going to the gym to try and better themselves.” Diana tried to make a bullshit apology but it didn’t work. She wrote on Snapchat that, “I realised that I was wrong to make this silly joke. It wasn’t my intention to body shame, hurt or disrespect anyone.” So then made a second attempt on Facebook, saying, “I saw this girl walking on the treadmill talking on her phone and I made a video and added a comment that she’s probably ordering take away. The whole point of this video was that she’s using her phone while on the treadmill. The whole story was turned upside down by taking a screenshot and adding comments that I’m body shaming this woman. I would never do this, it’s not who I am. I’m always encouraging people to do their best and push themselves. I’m here to motivate especially women not to be afraid and get that work done. People that know me knows I’m not a bully.” That shit didn’t fly either. So Diana is going private for a while.
Bodybuilder, Dani Mathers, Diana Andrews, Facebook, Fat Shaming, Snapchat
The Marine Corps is now figuring out that the now deleted Facebook page Marines United, where over 30,000 members posted pictures of nude female Marines, isn’t the only game in town. The investigation that rocked the Marine Corps is spreading not to other websites but also other branches of service. Marine officials said they have received reports of at least a half dozen other similar sites. James LaPorta, a former Marine who is now a journalist, said Marines United is spreading like a cancer to other chat groups, like message board website Anon-IB. Some former Marines United members are said to have migrated to a new private Facebook group called Marines United 2.0. Others have taken to Pornhub.com. According to veterans’ news site Task & Purpose, members are posting from their personal Facebook accounts and are not only reconstructing the original collection of nude photos from the original Marines United on a new DropBox folder, but are also posting on porn sites.
Some jarheads really are jarheads. One wrote on the new Facebook page, “It would be hilarious if one of these FBI or [Naval Criminal Investigative Service] fucks found their wife on here.” Another wrote: “They can investigate all they want. It’s not illegal to share nudes lol.” One of the Marines United members who allegedly posted the link to the explicit photos cache said on the new page, “My dad just asked if I was a part of the group Marines United. He just saw all the hubbub on the interwebs about the ‘scandal’ going on. Statements made by the media, ‘The group was shut down with hours,’ and ‘The pictures have been removed,'” adding, “bwahahahahahaha. Not nearly boys!” The new group is said to have settings to filter out “blue falcons,” a Marine term for snitches.
Facebook, Jarheads, Marines, Marines United, Naked, Naked Pictures, Nude, Nude Woman, PornHub, Scandal, Women
If there is one constant in life, besides death, it is that everybody wants to see everybody, anybody, naked. It is as natural an instinct as sex itself. Men want to stick their penis into just about any available hole. And if no hole is available, their hands, with a picture of some naked woman. In support of this very natural habit, a Facebook page popped up with potentially hundreds of explicit photos of current and former female Marines and other service members, called “Marines United.” The group contained links to a Google Drive folder where the photos were stored. “Here you go, you thirsty fucks … this is just the tip of the iceberg. There is more coming,” a Marine veteran said in a Facebook post sharing the link to the drive, according to Reveal (who first published a story on the group). “Anyone can contribute. They just have to (private message) me for their own personal upload link.”
The Marine Corps is struggling to figure out the best response. So far, the Corps has permanently barred an IT subcontractor working for a firm with a support contract for the Marines, because of “misdeeds.” “There is no place for this type of demeaning or degrading behavior in our Corps — this includes our actions online,” said Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green, the Corps’ highest-ranking noncommissioned officer. “We need to be brutally honest with ourselves and each other. This behavior hurts fellow Marines, family members and civilians. It is a direct attack on our ethos and legacy.” Thomas Brennan, a Marine veteran, was the one who exposed the group, and since has received death threats. At the request of the Corps, the Google drive folder has been removed. An investigation in underway, and some Marines may face criminal charges.
Facebook, Google Drive, Marine Corps, Marines, Marines United, Naked, Nude, Women
Bimbo Transformation artist Sortimid (her username on DeviantArt.com) designed an image showing the fetish in action: a big busty blog bends over picks up a book, begins to read and transforms into a dark-haired nerdy college girl. Basically, the message is that blondes with big tits are dumb. And girls with half a brain are ugly. It was ripe for social media criticism. One Facebook user said, “According to this illustration, reading takes away muscle tone, besides that it makes you white, almost European. And makes you cut your hair.” Another person on Twitter said, “To believe in this shit and support it is really is something else.” The artist said it was a commissioned work that was not intended to be seen by a broader audience. And she has apologized to the client on the picture’s DeviantArt.com page, in part, while also provided more context to the fetish, saying, “Just wanted to say I’m sorry for all the flak you’ve gotten over this misunderstood picture! Hopefully people will either take the time to enlighten themselves and find context, or move on. Either way, good luck” She later apologized more contritely, “Perhaps it was naïve of me to assume it was ‘just another transformation.’ People don’t see it as ‘porn’ so they assume it must be a statement. Their criticism is valid. I apologize for advancing those stereotypes. I strive to create erotica that is both sexy and feminist. It seems, in this case, I have failed spectacularly and for that, I apologize. If there’s anything I can do to make up for it, please let me know.” Everybody is a critic these days…
Bimbo, Bimbo Transformation, blonde, DeviantArt, Facebook, Fetish, Social Media, Sortimid, Twitter
When Erika Beneditka, 51, sets out to get revenge, she gets revenge. She went after Alison Ramsden, 46, posting a prostitution flier about Alison on lampposts all over their British town and neighboring towns. The flier read: “Alison Ramadan. I offer naked horse riding on the comfort of your own land. I can fulfil all your equine fantasies. No fantasy to big or small. Call me night or day for the ride you’ll never forget. Money back if not satisfied.” She also created a fake Facebook profile of Alison that said, ““I’m a dirty skank that loves the cock. The bigger the better. I also love horse fucking.” She posted a private picture of Alison naked on a horse, and wrote underneath it, “Naked horse lessons available and if any good I will suck u off xxx”. Alison recently opened up about her ordeal, for the first time talking about the traumatic (though pretty damn impressive) revenge plot, saying, “It left me in the depths of depression and I was afraid to leave the house. I was terrified people would believe I was actually a prostitute. The naked photograph was a private picture only meant to be seen by my partner. It was definitely not intended to be plastered all over my village of 4,000 people. It was mortifying to know all of my family, friends and neighbours had seen such an intimate photograph of me. The campaign went on for about three weeks – the flyers just kept popping up here and there. It was horrendous. Erika used to be a really good friend to me before she got jealous of my new boyfriend. Then she became the friend from hell. I don’t know what could make someone go to such extreme lengths . It’s not normal behaviour.” Yeah, bitches be like that sometimes.
The whole thing happened in February, but Erika was recently sentenced. That’s why it is making headlines now, and why we couldn’t get the uncensored pictures of Alison’s horse ride. Erica admitted causing harassment and sending abusive messages before Caernarfon Crown Court. She was ordered to perform 200 hours of unpaid community service and pay £200 (about $250) to Alison, with a three year restraining order. Alison was upset because she wanted prison time. Bitches be like that too sometimes.
Alison Ramsden, Erika Beneditka, Facebook, Horse, Naked, Nude, Prostitute, Revenge Porn
Porn star Leya Falcon dropped a bombshell on Snoop Dogg and his family, claiming in an open letter on November 12, 2016, that Corde Broadus (Snoop’s son) raped her almost four years ago. While Leya did not name Corde in her open letter, she later confirmed that it was Corde after she received no response to her letter. Leya wrote about her experience in detail, saying that she was with Corde as they were drinking together in her car, when she suddenly passed out and woke up the next day sore and naked with four used condoms next to her in her still in her car, Corde gone. On her Facebook post, Leya wrote:
Leya says she just wants answers, and has no interest in pressing charges or any money. And no charges have been filed against Corde, nor are any likely according to Leya’s account from the Los Angeles Police Department. Leya says she has never received answers, in spite of asking Corde repeatedly. One of her followers even found a post from Leya on Corde’s Instagram around the time of the alleged rape, where Leya flat out called him a “Fucking rapist” at the time. Obviously, Corde is innocent until proven guilty, and these are only allegations. But he definitely has some questions to answer. So far, the Broadus family has said nothing.
Corde Broadus, Date Rape, Facebook, Leya Falcon, Porn Star, Rape, Snoop Dogg
Facebook recently announced that it is updating its Community Standards to allow more NSFW content. No, you probably still won’t be able to post porn, sadly. But adult content that is “newsworthy, significant, or important to the public interest” may get a second look before being removed. Facebook’s VP of Global Policy Joel Kaplan and VP Global Operations & Media Partnerships Justin Osofsky said in a statement: “In the weeks ahead, we’re going to begin allowing more items that people find newsworthy, significant, or important to the public interest — even if they might otherwise violate our standards. We will work with our community and partners to explore exactly how to do this, both through new tools and approaches to enforcement. Our intent is to allow more images and stories without posing safety risks or showing graphic images to minors and others who do not want to see them.” Facebook added that it will be “working closely with experts, publishers, journalists, photographers, law enforcement officials and safety advocates about how to do better when it comes to the kinds of items we allow.” We suspect this means only more breastfeeding videos, but we’re keeping our fingers crossed.
Announcement, Community Standards, Facebook, NSFW, Nudity
Artist Sasha Frolova is fighting back against social media nipple censorship, in her own way, with her art. Almost two years ago Facebook and Instagram censored a picture that Sasha posted of herself nude because it showed her nipples. It was self-portrait in the bathtub after she suffered a panic attack, which Sasha felt expressed vulnerability and strength. But nipples equals censored. Sasha decided to challenge social media censorship policy, which she says, “does not delineate pornography from anatomy.” So she had women posed nude against a Renaissance portraits backdrop, and simply removed the nipples. “Although I am a fiery, stubborn Taurus, I am not particularly aggressive and my anger at having the picture taken down was expressed in simply matching the guidelines that social media gave me,” Sasha explained. No nipples means social media acceptable. “Why are we teaching our children that nipples are vulgar through toys like Barbie, who still does not have nipples? In fact, I think it would be unsettling for us to see a Barbie with nipples. Yet it is equally unsettling to see these images without them. Why?”
But Sasha isn’t exactly a fan of #freethenipple. “Recently I have been confronted with some of the problematic side effects of movements like #freethenipple that, while promoting ownership of one’s body, simultaneously reduce a complex subset of feminism to a convenient hashtag and assert a link between nudity and empowerment,” she said. As to her work, she explained, “More than communicating a specific thought directly, I hope to leave an image in a viewer’s mind, like an emblem, that can recall the contradictory relationship between the highly censored yet sexualized female bodies in the media.” We just see tits with no nipples, but intellectual depth has never been our strong suit.
Artist, Censorship, Facebook, FreeTheNipple, Instagram, Nipples, Sasha Frolova, Social Media
Tits sells shit. You know that. We know that. Jessica O’Brien of Manchester, U.K., knows that. So we weren’t surprised to find reports that she posted a picture of her tits alongside the white corner sofa she was attempting to sell on Facebook. But Jessica says it was all just a mistake. The 25-year-old beauty therapist with great tits says she uploaded the pictures from her phone and accidentally clicked the topless picture of her tits along the others of her sofa that she wanted to post. Soon afterwards, Jessica wrote: “When you make an absolute schoolboy error on your buy and sell post!!!” A friend said she was “mortified,” adding, “Some people have joked that it was for publicity to help sell her sofa but it was just an accident. She’s really embarrassed.” Jessica’s tits are gone now. We’ve been searching for the uncensored screen shot, but so far have only come up with the edited one.
Boobs, Breasts, Couch, Facebook, Furniture, Jessica O'Brien, Manchester, Picture, Sofa, Tits
FACEBOOK IS CULTURALLY INSENSITIVE AND WON’T ALLOW VIETNAMESE MAN TO USE HIS REAL NAME, “PHUC DAT BICH”
You might think, like Facebook, that the Vietnamese name “Phuc Dat Bick” is pronounced “Fuck That Bitch,” and therefore is offensive. The real offense, however, is the cultural one. “Phuc Dat Bick” is actually pronounced, “Fook Tha Bik”. But no matter what Vietnamese’-Australian Phuc does, even providing Facebook his passport with his real name, they won’t let him use it on his Facebook profile. And Phuc is mad. He wrote, “I find it highly irritating the fact that nobody seems to believe me when I say that my full legal name is how you see it. I’ve been accused of using a false and misleading name of which I find very offensive. Is it because I’m Asian? Is it? Having my fb shut down multiple times and forced to change my name to my “real” name, so just to put it out there. My name. Yours sincerely, Phuc Dat Bich”. He posted his passport picture with the post, which is blowing up all over the Internet. So wrong Facebook, so wrong. Fuck those bitches.
Facebook, Phuc Dat Bich
There’s a Facebook page and a hasthtag #NoHymenNoDiamond. We’re not kidding. One of the more popular posts on the page reads, “#NoHymenNoDiamond has really gotten some women pretty fired up, and as always, we understand why. Knowing that a younger, more beautiful virgin bride will take the man that you long for, is depressing. Maybe you should have done the smart thing and kept those thunder thighs closed until marriage! MEN: Remember the two finger test before popping the question! You don’t want to accidentally marry someone else’s used up garbage do you?” Virgins? Really? In America? Are you kidding? Good luck, friends. This is a page from either (1) virgin gamers with an unresolved mother-hating angst against women because of their fear and intimidation after being mocked in junior high gym class or (2) Christian fundamentalists who we are suspecting just got out of “conversion therapy.” We’re all down with the catchy phrase. You want your girl to bring something to the table, purity, rather than sexual experience. We get it. It’s a little boss. In a “fuck you, let me stick two fingers up your pussy before I give you this ring” sort of way; though, that really probably drains all the romance out of the proposal. But she’ll remember it for a lifetime, that’s guaranteed. It’s boss.
That said, the problem with the slogan, as we see it (apart from its anti-feminist rage) is it just ain’t practical. It almost screams out like a pedophile mantra. No hymen? How many virgins you know over the age of 18? Better yet, how many of the those virgins do you want to marry? Those girls are marrying doctors, lawyers, and investment bankers, friends, not Home Depot stock boys. And, it just doesn’t make much sense. She could still have an intact hymen and have anal-fucked the whole football team, not to mention gave out blowjobs two hands and a mouthful at a time. And so that’s okay (cause the hymen’s intact)? No hymen? Seriously? You don’t even want her to have masturbated before marriage? Like no absolutely knowing about her nether regions, and how to use them for you? Practice makes perfect, cause it does. The #NoHymenNoDiamond slogan, while anatomically on point, misses the practical reality of sexual relationships and real life experience. We have nothing against slut shaming. Or for that matter, fat shaming, porn star shaming, ugly shaming, small dick shaming, deadbeat dad shaming, manwhore shaming, frat boy shaming, unreasonably large labia (aka roast beef) shaming. Shame all you want. But at least have a good reason. We’re missing one here.
#NoHymenNoDiamond, Facebook, Feminists, Marriage, Virgins
Two girls posed for this seemingly innocent night out picture, and one of them posted it to her Facebook page (it’s so nice, we posted it twice). It blew up from there, after someone looked up at the top right of the image and saw the biggest double fisted dildo known to man. It has since been viewed over one million times on Imgur; though, the picture and Imgur page have since come down. But for a time it was the source of much amusement. Underneath the photo, the original poster wrote: “I wonder what her family members are thinking right now?” And the comments kept coming. Lemesplain posted: “A tiger poster? Why would you even think abo- ohhh.” Chrizzlephaa added: “Is that modern mistletoe?” Freakshow198 joked: “Looks like it was taken at the second hand store.” Tony the Tard said: “It’s a handshake practicer. For those elaborate handshakes the urban youth are so fond of.” Shakeyourbuddha: wrote “Fist things first.” Xochiluvr said: “So what IS the sound of one dildo hand clapping.” It went on and on like this. We just feel sorry for the guy who has to follow that dildo….
Anal, Dildo, Double Fist, Facebook, Fist, Girls, Imgur
Kimberly Anderson is a MILF, who people noticed in December after her lullaby cover of Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know” went viral. That’s how the Internet works. Now she’s going viral again for destroying the myth of the perfect-body MILF, at least as it applies to Kimberly. Apparently, after posting tons of hot pics of her body on Facebook, and thousands of guys and girls drooling over her body (especially after she pounded out 4 kids), Kimberley got tired of hearing how “perfect” her body was, or she just wanted to come clean, in this era of body acceptance. So Kimberly posted a real, un-Photoshopped picture of her stomach to kill any illusion that she is a “perfect” MILF.
She explains, in a rather lengthy explanation, “Everyone always compliments me on how I have such a “perfect” body after 4 kids. I decided to upload this pic and leave my belly “unedited” “unphotoshopped” because I used to struggle with accepting my body after kids. I used to have a six pack before my babies.. And now even though I work out I know its not going to make my loose skin tight.. Or my stretch marks disappear ever lol and I’m ok with that because everyday I get to wake up to 4 beautiful smiling faces and I’m reminded that they are worth this flabby belly and they are worth these stretch marks. I still wear a bikini because being a mother makes me feel beautiful.. Not having a flat tummy. It took a long time to get there.. Because I struggled so much with my body. I struggled so much because I was young and all these girls my age had perfect bodies and I was in my one piece bathing suit trying to hide all my flaws. And I’m not trying to say I have it worse than anyone else or bad or anything like that just reminding you guys.. That your body is beautiful… BECAUSE we ARE moms and we ARE superheroes and we freakin ROCK and in my opinion that is sexier than any 6 pack!”
Body, Facebook, Kemberley Henderson, MILF, Mom, Stretch Marks
The girls of the University of Warwick rowing team are back this year with their third nude charity calendar, a fundraiser for Macmillian Cancer Support. Earlier this year, if you recall, Facebook, branded their calendar “pornographic,” but after a public outcry, restored their page. And the girls are ready for 2015. “The girls really got into the spirit and I think the final images make this our best ever calendar,” said Sophie Bell, a 20-year-old history and politics student. She added “[w]e haven’t changed our approach towards the calendar dramatically this year,” and that “[w]e’re proud of what we have achieved, which includes raising over £5,000 for Macmillan, promoting gender equality and providing healthy, athletic role models for young women.” The calendar features 12 members of the rowing club, ranging in age from 18 to 21. So far, the girls have sold 200 pre-ordered calendars, and you can see why. You can order yours here.
Banned, Calendar, Facebook, Girls, Macmillian Cancer Support, NSFW, Nude, Pornographic, Rowing Team, University of Warwick
Actress Nicole Arbour is naked in Silent But Deadly (2011), but not on purpose. She recently explained to her fans on Facebook why she had her tits out and why they’re now all over the Internet. Nicole explained, “I didn’t address this here before and wanna. My boobies, are on the interweb. I’m an actress amongst other things and I’ve been in a bunch of tv shows and movies. In one movie, I had a scene with “implied nudity” which means they make it look like you’re naked but you’ll never be seen naked on screen at all. When we shot there was a camera at my back, to show me “topless” and get the other actors reaction, and one on my front to get my lines from the top of my boobs up. They captured more than they needed because in the edit they can tighten the shot. The film ended up being sold to a new production house who did not review the Actra (actors union) contracts, and the footage was misused. … My advice to any girl is PROTECT YOURSELF. Don’t send random dudes naked pics, don’t post selfies online, and if you’re ever doing a scene like that, stick huge pieces of tape and bandaids all over yourself so they CAN’T use the footage and exploit you just in case. AND always have your nips covered, even if they say it might wreck the shot. Or… just don’t do scenes like that. I did the film because it was pretty damn funny on paper, and I got my head chopped off which I thought would be rad. In terms of now, it’s out there, I’ll never be excited about it, but there’s nothing I can do. If ya feel the need to see me topless, there they are, and they’re awesome… if you’d rather just skip that pic and heed my warnings as a lesson I learned for all of us…”
Nicole was right about one thing, her breasts are out there and they are awesome.
Facebook, Naked, Nicole Arbour, Nude, Silent But Deadly, Topless
For a brief moment, the world saw Lady Gaga’s nipple (again) on Instagram and Facebook. She posted a selfie on her private jet, saying “FASHUN. Vintage Mugler on the plane Listening to Miles Davis My favorite is Flamenco Sketches.” She was wearing a white top without a bra, and a plunging neckline that revealed her breasts and a little bit too much, her nipple. Why is this an event? Only because it’s Lady Gaga. We have no interest in seeing her nipples, we’ve seen them, you’ve seen them, and in all honesty, their not that impressive. But we cannot deny that she and her nipples are news. And at the very least, her nude antics, intentional or not, make nudity that much more socially acceptable for women we’d actually like to see naked. The picture has since been removed from Lady Gaga’s Instagram and Facebook, but you can still see it here…
Breast, Facebook, Instagram, Lady Gaga, Nipple, NSFW, Nude, Selfie