1. What’s your sexual orientation? 2. Tell me a secret? 3. Why do you like the person you like? 4. Are you a virgin? If so, what have you done? 5. What’s a fetish of yours? 6. Five turn ons? 7. Five turn offs? 8. One of your insecurities? 9. Do you watch porn? 10. What was your last sexual thought? 11. What was your last sexual experience? 12. Do you masturbate? 13. Have you ever been in love? 14. Single or taken? 15. What’s your best feature? 16. Strange talents? 17. Virgins: How do you want to lose it? Non-virgins: How did you? 18. Ever sexted? 19. Your best sexual experience? 20. Your worst sexual experience? 21. How many people have you hooked up with? 22. What would you rate yourself 1-10? 23. Any other question.
“Here’s the bottom line: it doesn’t matter if she knew she was being targeted. It doesn’t matter how many other famous women have been victims of hacking before her. It doesn’t matter how much more careful she could have been. Celebrities have the right to take naked pictures of themselves for their private use. In fact, everyone does. And they have the right to keep them private.”—
[Also from the article: Maybe it’s just me, but this sounds an awful lot like blaming a rape victim for “dressing too slutty” or “being in the wrong part of town.”] I couldn’t agree more, I think this “she should have known” bullshit is ridiculous.
Right. Because she should have just assumed that there would be some limpdick who’d go hacking her phone. Because she should have been paranoid of ‘bad people’ lurking in the shadows.
She did what millions of other women- and men for that matter in the world do. The fact that this happened isn’t a testament to her bad behavior, but to the truth to how terrible people can be. Why should she act different in her private life? Because she’s in some films? Grow up.