In the wake of Dionne Younce we have another female school employee getting into the Snapchat game. This time it’s 38-year-old Sara McLaughlin, of Loudonville, New York, who is accused of allegedly sending a 16-year-old male student a nude pic of herself over the pic and video sharing app Snapchat. McLaughlin is the secretary at a private school in Albany. She is not believed to have had any kind of physical contact with the student.
One of Snapchat’s main features is supposed to be that the pictures are temporary and will delete themselves after a specified period of time. However, that never stops anyone from taking a screen capture and that’s supposedly what the 16-year-old recipient of the pic did. As we all know 16-year-old boys almost always brag to their friends.
Once again people are actually coming out in defense of this practice saying it’s not big deal for a grown woman to do this to a minor boy. However, if this was a case of a male teacher sending a dick pic to a minor female student they’d be setting up a gallows in the middle of town square. No matter the gender involved this is wrong on every level. Our children need to be less sexualized these days, not more.
If she is guilty the suspect should be repeatedly forced to watch those SPCA commercials with that singer. You know, whatshername. “In the arms of an angel.” That one.
I’m sure by now you’ve all heard about the 14-year-old girl from New Jersey who was arrested on child porn charges for posting explicit nude pics of herself on MySpace.
In the past I’ve had no problems with teens who get charged for child porn when they posted pics of another underage kid on MySpace but this is just idiotic. Even Maureen Kanka, the mother of Megan Kanka the namesake of Megan’s Law, says this girl needs help not prison.
According to the second article link I posted more than like the girl will avoid jail time by entering into a plea with prosecutors. Again this is idiotic. The only thing the girl is guilty of is lack of common sense and a lack of self-respect.
However I do think that somebody should be charged with a crime. Her parents should be charged with negligence for allowing this to happen in my opinion. I know the law doesn’t work that way but in a perfect world this girl’s parents, or parent, would be held liable for not keeping better track of their daughter’s online activities.
This is how girls end up getting abducted. As a parent you need to remain ever vigilant of your kids’ online activities.
And for those pervs who I know are looking for the pics in question I have it on good authority that they can be found here.
Well, that bastion of taste known as Hustler Magazine has gone ahead and published the nude pictures of murder victim Nancy Benoit. The front cover reads “Wrestler Chris Benoit’s murdered wife – nude”.
This is how Hustler defended their decision…
In an exclusive interview, Assistant Managing Editor Mark Johnson defended his magazine.
He told The Sun: “Publishing the photos of Nancy Benoit was a no-brainer.
“She was beautiful and popular. We knew millions of people would want to see these pictures.
“The feedback has been huge and overwhelmingly positive. Some questioned our decision, but the piece was presented in a tasteful, respectful fashion and people recognize that.”
First of all only knuckle draggers read Hustler. Secondly the ‘millions’ of people who wanted to see the pictures are probably the same people who go to sites like Ogrish and that crap.