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Looking at my phone on the journey to work, a picture of a naked man pops up on the screen, and a heatwave of embarrassment warms my body, as if I were the one naked and exposed. My iPhone was asking me whether to accept or decline a nude picture from a stranger via AirDrop. He had used a filter, sharpened his slim body, blurred the background and was posing in front of a mirror with an erect penis. That's a lot of effort to put into a picture intended for a stranger. My response was immediate: decline. But I couldn't reject the insecurity and fear it left me with. As a woman who is empowered by the growing feminist strength movements, I always thought I could handle any man or any insult... Full story

26 April

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