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WA mummy blogger Constance Hall speaks out about receiving unsolicited genital photos

Mum blogger Constance Hall has slammed ‘desperate and lonely’ men who send unsolicited genital photos after receiving a ‘d*ck photo’ from a stranger on an app she downloaded to talk to her friends.

The controversial social media personality condemned the act of sending the images in a lengthy Facebook rant, but tried to “step into the shoes” of the men sending the images to understand why they are doing it.

“What would drive me to the point of being gratified by sending a close-up cl*t photo of my [vagina] to someone I’m 99% sure doesn’t want to see my clacker? Hall wrote.

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“Would that be depravity? If I had never met someone who really wanted to see my [vagina] could I be pushed to send it there anyway? Umm that’s a no.

“What if I thought my cl*toris was a hooded mystic with some sort of power or blessings (which isn’t so far-fetched), which means that even if those people didn’t want to see it…the photo is for their own good? Hmm no, I would just save the blessings for those who consented.

Although she tried to find the reason why men send unsolicited images, the 38-year-old concluded that “there is not enough empathy in the world to help me understand” , but said she felt for men.

“That’s not to say I don’t have sympathy, now that I’ve let the shock set in. I feel a little sorry for the poor excited man, alone in his room, stiff in an iPhone hand trying to ‘getting the best angle in each other, daydreaming about the wide world of sexual encounters everywhere, which he wasn’t invited to.’

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Hall also took the opportunity to use his platform to point out that sending genital photos to anyone without their consent is assault and a form of sexual harassment.

The post received more than 1,000 likes and 164 shares, with users praising the WA-based blogger for speaking out about her experience.