I finished this book a few days ago and it was a fun read. Basically, a socialite is accused of killing her mother and goes in search of the true killer once she’s released from prison.
Definitely worth the $1.99 if you want something easy and fun.
Hm. I never get pulled into controversial Tumblr things like this.
I guess I phrased myself incorrectly. I think that people should be able to take whatever kind of photos that they like. And that if they are sexy and naked and meant for private eyes, that’s cool and it should belong to that person, and whomever they choose to share it with.
I meant something more along the lines of…if my phone was hacked and all my photos were stolen, you would find pictures of my cutie pie son and dog and screen shots of books that people post about that sound interesting to me, and poorly lighted photos of food that I’ve cooked. Closest thing I have to a naked photo is one of me in a sports bra and sweatpants when I was 39 weeks pregnant.
And I can imagine that I would feel pretty violated that some of those pictures were viewed by people who didn’t know and love me. Which I am sure is only 1/10th of what these poor women are feeling.
But I am personally safe from naked photos of myself being hacked and distributed, because I simply don’t have any on my phone. It was more of a statement on my personal digital collection than a political stand or opinion on the issue.