It’s unbelievable to me as a guy to know that there are dudes out there that actually think to themselves, “Oh you know what that chick is so hot, I bet even though I’ve never spoken to her if I send her a picture of my junk she will totally wanna bang me.” You’re making our entire gender look bad you tools. There should be no such thing as unsolicited dick pics my friends. I apologize ladies.
L.A. based model Emily Sears is originally from Australia and like most models, she commonly post photos of herself on social media and it has built her quite the following of fans. One glance at the first picture you see of her and you will immediately know why she has such a following because not only does she have that sexy Australian accent but she is drop dead gorgeous to boot.
Well over the years her willingness to respond and talk to her fans has grown her fan base to over 2.3 million followers. But one thing that continually showed up in her inbox was the brutal unsolicited dick pics. Again, how is sending a random dick pic going to work on any woman let alone a model that has millions of followers and is close to that ten range? Smh.
“I usually receive at least one or two dick pics per day, at a minimum,” Emily said “It’s just been consistently happening for so long. I became fed up with these kinds of disturbing and disgusting messages and comments online.”
So one day she had enough and decided that she wasn’t gonna get mad she was gonna get even. So she looked up the guys that had sent the pics and found the ones that had girlfriends and contacted them directly to let them know about how their men were behaving online.
Now Emily is not alone in this battle against these dirty bastards; she has a friend named Laura who is a DJ based in LA. Now Laura is also absolutely gorgeous and is of the same caliber as Emily, so she obviously has the same problem getting unsolicited nude photos across all of her Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Its like a dick pick epidemic.
“I think the first time I decided to contact a girlfriend was probably close to two years ago when I opened my Instagram inbox to yet another dick pic with an explicit caption about wanting to fuck me from some random guy I’d never spoken to,” Laura said.
“I wrote back, telling him that his behavior was terrible, and he replied with a string of sexual slurs and abuse, and kept calling me a slut.”
So she went to the profile of the guy to block him, and every post and picture were of him and his girlfriend with captions saying things like “worlds best boyfriend”.
Now Emily and Laura don’t always get a response when they contact these girls, but one thing that always seems to work is when they contact the men with a screenshot of their girlfriend’s profiles. A ” panicked apology” they called it.
The two ladies want to use their platform to inform as many people as possible to the nonsense that going on. So for the love guys knock this shit off; it’s embarrassing.