Rebecca Mcgregor is a photographer and boudoir model from Aberdeen, Scotland. Apparently some of the men who follow her do not know how to keep it in their pants and she is sick of it. On her Instagram page she asks that you “Do not ask for/send me nudes” and stresses that her page is a “strictly a professional photography page."
Tired of getting unsolicited dick pics from perfect strangers, she decided to take matters into her own hands. When a guy named Glenn randomly sent her a picture of his junk, she knew it was time to take action. Uh oh, Glenn. You are in trouble now.
And I know what some of you are thinking right now. “But she is barely wearing any clothes, what does she expect?" No no no no no no no. That mentality is exactly why men think they can grope and grab and do whatever they want with women.
“It’s great people are supposed to just accept this just because it’s online:))))) and if you don’t agree with being sexually harassed by strangers you’ve never spoken to you’re a ‘man hater’ ‘deserve it’ or just have to ‘block them’ ‘like everyone else’ and let them know it’s ‘acceptable’ to start on the next stranger :)))))) love this rape culture we all condone :))))))"
She goes on to say, “Would it be different if you went swimming with your mum in bikinis and a creepy old random manny started groping your mum right in front of you? What would you do? Turn round, laugh, ignore him and keep swimming while he starts fingering your mum without her wanting it???? Apparently that’s acceptable just because she’s WEARING A BIKINI."
So guys the number #1 rule is this, never ever ever ever send an unsolicited dick pic. Ever. Never. There are only a few times when it is acceptable to send a dick pic at all. Here are some examples of when this kind of behavior is appropriate.
You are only allowed to send a dick pic if the girl that you are sending the dick pic to has already seen said dick in real life via some sort of a hot and heavy session. This includes a little feeling around down there, full blown sex or anything in between. So, what I am saying is this. if she has seen the actual penis in real life, and it went well, I repeat AND IT WENT WELL, then feel free to send her a snap shot.
PS: When I say, "It went well" I mean for her, not you.
If you are going to send one, make it look nice please. A penis is not the most beautiful thing to look at so put some time into the background, the lighting, and the angle of your ween. Sometimes having your hand on it makes it look a little nicer. But much like Goldilocks and the Three Bears, please don’t hold it too tight, or too light, you have to hold it just right.
When you send it, just send the dick pic and nothing else. Please don’t put a caption such as: “How do you like that meat?”, or “Come and get it”, or “Hot and Horny for you." A dick pic speaks for itself and we don’t need anymore added flair.