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The dilemma I've been dating a wonderful man for six months, and he's hinted that he might like to move in with me next year. Although he's never been in love before he's 30, I'm 27he says he is closer to me than anyone else in his past. When we started dating he mentioned some naked pictures he took of his ex he was with her for a year — his longest relationship to date and last week I came across them when he asked me to get something from a cupboard and they were on top.
Where do they go? And should you care if your ex still has your nudes? The answers are mixed.
Ok I'm so embarrassed about this situation. Here's the story. Not too long ago I accidentally came across my boyfriend's pornography on his laptop. I swear it was an accident although some people may not believe me.
In the wake of a breakup, we've talked about giving back all the old stuffand cutting off contact. But traces of your past relationships--and his! Is this cause for concern?
My ex used to do that shit, she was fueled by male attention. She actively did shit like that to cultivate a stable of orbiters who all hoped they were next in line. I agree.
By Sam Creighton for the Daily Mail. A jealous ex has been slapped with a restraining order for taking revenge on his former fiancee by posting naked pictures of her on Facebook. Ben Haddon, 29, uploaded two intimate images of his former partner Lisa Beckett, 29, on the social network site just weeks after they split up in January.
The intent of your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend will determine which legal options you may pursue. If your ex-boyfriend or girlfriend has posted nude photos of you with intent to embarrass, intimidate, or harm you, the posting might constitute online harassment. Unfortunately, the rules and laws regarding online harassment are relatively new.
Despite deleting the pictures after eight minutes, they had already been circulated on social media. The unnamed victim was so devastated by her personal pictures being shared that she tried to take her own life. Dale wept as she admitted disclosing a private sexual photograph with intent to cause distress at Tameside Magistrates Court.