Thursday 19 September 2019
La amenazaban con publicar sus nudes y decide posar en topless
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La amenazaban con publicar sus nudes y decide posar en topless

Leila Stead quiere concienciar de los peligros de las citas ‘on-line’, que pueden esconder impostores. 

Leila Stead es una madre bloguera que ha iniciado una campaña para alertar a otras mujeres sobre los peligros de las webs de citas ‘on-line’ y de los perfiles fraudulentos (lo que en inglés se conoce como catfishing). Lo ha hecho porque ella fue víctima de uno y además, lo ha hecho de una manera peculiar: mostrándose en topless.

Según su relato, esta madre soltera conoció a un padre en un sitio de citas por Internet. Su relación avanzó hasta que ella accedió a mandarle fotos desnuda, después de que él hiciera lo mismo. Pero al final, descubrió que todo era un fraude. Las fotos eran robadas a otro hombre, incluidas las de un niño, hijo del papá real, que el estafador llegó a enviar a Leila. 

Esta bloguera, que logró ponerse en contacto con el padre al que le sustrajeron las fotos, quiere ahora alertar a otras mujeres de la existencia de perfiles fraudulentos que se dedican a engañar a mujeres para obtener fotos de ellas desnudas. 

Aconseja desconfiar si los supuestos ‘pretendientes’ piden dinero, fotos de desnudos y quieren obtener detalles íntimos. Pero además, Leila quiso posar en topless, cubriendo sus pechos con sus manos “para recuperar el poder” sobre su cuerpo tras la obtención fraudulenta de sus imágenes desnuda.

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[ Lets Talk ] So you heard I got catfished (sick of talking about it, old news I know..same here) after sharing it with you all I had some online news establishments want to buy the story because they allegedly wanted to “spread awareness“ they then wanted the focus to be “SINGLE MUM GETS CATFISHED AND SENDS NUDES ONLINE” ⠀ ⠀ Herein lies the problem, some predator of a person groomed me, they stole photos and the identity of someone else, sent photos of that persons child so that I felt safe enough to send photos of my own. They sent nudes pretending to be that person to lure me into sending my own in return and it worked…. News agents wanted headlines to convey that I’m a single mum and I sent nudes…. are you fucking kidding me……I’m a mother, a solo mother, I raise my daughter alone… I’m also dating, I’m also allowed to stand in my sexual power, I’m free to send nudes if I feel the urge to BUT there is a bigger problem at play here… VICTIM SHAMING… this is why we as women don’t come forward… because of the judgment, the shaming, the fear, the “what will people think of me mentality”⠀ ⠀ I don’t care what people think and I’m not ashamed of it, but I sure as hell don’t want any other person to fall pray to online predators, and the headline shouldn’t be “SINGLE MUM GETS CATFISHED AND SENDS NUDES ONLINE” This the age of women‘s empowerment, this is the age of the #metoo movement, the age of the #timesup movement, a time when women the whole globe over have finally found the strength to stand up for themselves and the autonomy of their bodies and THAT was the focus of headline, the headline should be “A WARNING TO WOMEN : TO STAY SAFE ONLINE” ⠀ ⠀ This story is not about me, this story is about the fact that vulnerable people are being targeted online by sexual predators. We talk about the online safety of our children but it’s time to talk about the online safety of ourselves as adults. ⠀ ⠀ Own who you are, and if you are going to send nudes online make sure they are fire and you are confident in your safety. ⠀ ⠀ P.s Here’s to more responsible reporting in the future 🤘🏼⠀ #catfished #takinthepowerback #sorrydad

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