A man took revenge on his ex when she ended their relationship by posting naked photos of her on Plenty of Fish, along with her contact details. Jordan Travis has been jailed for six months after the woman was bombarded with hundreds of messages from men who saw the images showing her breasts and buttocks on the dating website. Ironically, Travis, 25, obtained the images of the woman when he helped her to remove them from porn websites, where they had been posted in another act of revenge by a previous boyfriend. He included the naked images which were taken when the woman was just 13 — though Travis claimed he did not know her age at the time the pictures were taken. I am scared that the whole town has seen me naked and think the worst of me.
But there are other men out there who are just as bad. Women who they have never met in their lives. Instead of ogling photographs of professional porn stars who chose to have their body on display across the internet, they would rather look at women who never wanted their nude photographs to be seen by outside eyes. Men who will search for images of women who probably feel like their lives are ruined now that their naked body can be found with the right Google search. The first problem is why do these pictures even exist in the first place?
In the wake of a breakup, we've talked about giving back all the old stuff , and cutting off contact. But traces of your past relationships--and his! Is this cause for concern? A new British study shows that a majority of people purposely keep reminders of their exes around. Why do we do it?
The initial question dealt with the fact that this woman found photographs of her boyfriend's former girlfriend saved on his computer. What is interesting to note is the large number of reactions since the initial posting. The original posting and all responses can be found at:. I found this really weird because it means that he looked her up on Facebook and saved the pictures even though we were together at the time he created the folder.