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Revenge Porn Weatherman on break for mental health

Revenge porn weatherman Erick Adame is taking a break from social media for the sake of his mental health. Erick Adame enjoyed an almost 15-year career as a television meteorologist with Spectrum NY1. The popular New York weatherman was nominated for two Emmys. But he lost his job after someone sent his bosses explicit screenshots …

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Revenge porn weatherman Erick Adame: ‘wh*re me out’

A week ago, New York weatherman Erick Adame revealed his employer sacked him because he “secretly appeared on an adult webcam website.” In a subsequent appearance on MSNBC, the weatherman raised the spectre of revenge porn. “I do feel that I’m a victim, whether or not that’s going to be classified as revenge porn or …

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Yes Minister. Allegations of rent boys in Parliament House

Friendlyjordies today published a redacted report of an independent investigation into allegations of sexual behaviour in Parliament House. The report includes unproven allegations that a current state MP procured rentboys to visit a former senior federal minister in Parliament House. The investigation arose out of the controversy over a former LNP staffer wanking over the …

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Queensland Government Outlaws ‘Revenge Porn’

Queenslanders convicted of sharing “revenge porn” could face jail time after the state government passed laws criminalising the non-consensual sharing of intimate photos. Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath said the legislation passed on Wednesday outlawed the “harmful behaviour colloquially known as revenge porn.” But the legislation doesn’t use the term because “we know this conduct is so …

LGBTI Australians More Likely To Be Victims Of ‘Revenge Porn’

A new study has uncovered disturbing numbers of Australian LGBTI people have been victims of “revenge porn,” the non-consensual sharing of explicit photos or videos online. In the Australian-first study by Melbourne’s RMIT and Monash universities, about one-fifth of the 4274 people surveyed had an explicit photo taken of them without their consent. The survey …