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Feminists and sexual health advocates are weighing in on the vitriol of online shaming that has blown up on social media in the last two days after an anonymous posting of two men and one woman having sex in an outdoor public place. And police have confirmed there is an investigation underway, looking at possible criminal charges for indecent exposure and unlawful distribution of intimate images without consent.
But with more thanviews, it has since resulted in an explosion of commentary on Twitter and Facebook, including the creation of a Facebook site claiming to be the woman involved.
It is more about the litany of online activity and the public shaming that has resulted. Sullivan goes on to argue that it is almost always women, particularly around the activity of sex, who are the ones most likely to be abused. Police spokesman Kevin Brookwell confirmed there is an investigation underway with police seeking who is involved and who posted the video, both of which are illegal. As well, a new law was created in April, Brookwell confirmed, under the Criminal Code making it illegal to distribute intimate images without consent.
Elizabeth Chorney-Booth, who organized the saferedmile and safestampede campaigns to increase awareness about sexual consent and mutual respect, agreed that while no one is certain about the circumstances of the video, the online commentary has carried a misogynistic, harassing tone.
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