Have you heard of Kaylen Ward? She was profoundly distressed to hear about the devastating bushfires that have been burning across Australia and wondered to herself what she could possibly do to help. Kaylen is a nude model, so decided to sell naked pictures of herself in exchange for donations to the bushfire crisis. This woman is a modern-day hero with a terrific plan — rational and commendable and altruistic. Why are we comfortable with famous people taking their clothes off, but not ordinary women who want to use their nudity for a decent cause? No one deserves to be mocked, judged or punished. Kaylen Ward wanted to sell nudes, so she did. Michelle De Feo wanted to do that too — so she did. I really hope she meets her target and is able to live a better life.
By Sophie Jane Evans. Horrified: Becky Livesey, 21, has spoken of her 'shock' after discovering photos from her Facebook page had been used to create fake dating profiles. A year-old marketing executive has spoken of her horror after discovering photos from her Facebook page had been used to create fake dating profiles.
Telegram Me. Some Facebook users criticized her photos of naked women posing behind a mannequin, and reported her. Julia started the project over a year ago. And as a woman who is very far from the universal beauty standards, I can relate. Over the past year, the photos from this project have been shared more than , times. Women are still asking to join, and some men posed to support the project, too. All of the models are posing nude behind the female-shaped mannequin, showing that they differ, expressing their story and individuality. Women and men of all sorts took part.
Pornographic pictures are being shared by hundreds of social media users on an X-rated Facebook page which anyone including children can join. Please post an introduction when you join so people can interact with you. However, insiders have revealed that the page is much more than just a place for people to meet, with one telling The Sun that it is actually a "non-stop stream of porn which anyone can join". He added: "I joined the group with a blank profile, no picture, no nothing. You have to request to join, but they do not do any checks at all. It doesn't end. It has even been suggested that group members have been playing online games where they post a picture of themselves and get others to guess how old they are. During this time, one member reportedly admitted they were only 16 and it was later removed by group admins. Facebook rules state that users need to be at least years-old before they can join and will close or suspend any accounts of users it discovers are younger.