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I think being an actress and growing up in Hollywood, there's so many complicated pressures about objectification and ownership and confidence.And things were very different than when I was growing up: On the one hand, there's a ton more sexual freedom.But what members haven't been told is that late last year administrators of the page shared nude pics with a rival blokes-only group as a kind of "peace offering" to keep the men away.'Blokes Advice' (BA) has over 350,000 members, mostly from Brisbane and the Sunshine and Gold Coast. According to a leaked BGA admin conversation, the photos - originally posted by women for women in a 'body positive' thread - were sent to the men to the men after a dispute.A BGA admin contacted by confirmed this happened, but says the admins had gained the consent of the women in the photos to share them."Basically Blokes Advice members were sneaking into our women's only page and screenshotting girls nude selfies and sharing them into their page with their names and contact details," she said."One girl was so harassed she said to us that she felt like her life was ruined."We decided that we needed to do something so they would stop posting the girls details.The homework assignment, entitled ‘Objection to Condoms’, asked students to list a few responses of their own.
The topics range from feminist filmmakers in the porn industry to a man who "ghosts" women on Tinder to the teen who broadcast a rape on the app Periscope. The series has drawn some criticism after two women said they were shown briefly in a Periscope clip without their permission, and an adult film actor who appeared in the series claimed she had revoked her permission to be filmed.
The Associated Press does not routinely identify victims of sexual assault.
But in this case, Pott's family wanted her name and case known, Allard said. The girl's family members have not commented and have requested privacy until a planned news conference Tuesday.
One "commandment" of BGA listed on the page is "Do not f***ing screenshot or share BGA content with anyone outside BGA".
BGA members are encouraged to share 'body positive' photos and experiences and 'celebrate' their sexuality in a safe female-only space.