These Photos Brilliantly Fight Back Against Image-Based Sexual Abuse

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Sharing nude photos and sex videos without permission counts as sexual harassment and abuse, and is illegal in some states. That should be obvious, but many people are somehow hazy on the principals behind what is commonly known as “revenge porn” — sharing intimate images of someone without their consent. In fact, a recent survey by SKYN condoms found that 1 in 3 people have shared a sexual photo without permission.

That’s why a group of students at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) is fighting back. Collectively known as The Bruin Consent Coalition, these students have banned together with and organization called Breakthrough to create a poster series raising awareness of sexual harassment online and via text.

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