By Priscilla Frank Wyatt Neumann is a photographer and a father. In he took his two-year-old daughter Stella on a cross-country road trip, photographing their journey along the way. Neumann captured sunsets and cornfields and, of course, Stella, often donning one of most two-year-old girls' two favorite ensembles: In the middle of the trip, what the Safari Gallery describes as "a hyper puritanical, neo-conservative group" launched a cyber-attack on Neumann's images, specifically those of Stella. Calling the images "perverse," "sick" and "pornographic," members of the group attempted to remove all traces of them from the web. They successfully prompted Facebook and Instagram to shut down his accounts, and they criticized his artist website as well.
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In contrast, when a boy sends a revealing photo of himself to a girl, Dr. Boyd noted, she usually does not circulate it. And, Dr. Boyd added, boys do not tend to circulate photos of other boys: Harris , an assistant professor of criminology at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, who is leading a study of the practice among adolescents to help develop policies to address it.
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Her best friend circulated the photograph "I was 14 or 15 years old when I got my nipple pierced. I sent a photo of it to a couple of my best girlfriends on Snapchat, a photograph which was not sexual in any way. They took a screenshot of the photo and that didn't bother me as they were my best friends and I trusted them implicitly. The harassment started to occur on a daily basis and she received numerous anynomous messages which included the photograph.
His 2-year-old daughter, Stella, completely naked, jumps on an unmade motel bed, joy blooming across her face. You may have even posted a photo just like it of your own kid. Neumann, a professional photographer, posted these and more on Instagram.