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New York Mayoral Candidate Anthony Weiner Caught-up in NEW Sexting Scandal

Posted: July 23rd, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: STANDOUT | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on New York Mayoral Candidate Anthony Weiner Caught-up in NEW Sexting Scandal

The WeinerNew York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, who was forced to resign from Congress over a sexting scandal, has admitted sending more lewd texts and photographs to a young woman.

For anygirl who’s used the services of a dating website – hand shoots up – a male posting pix of his weiner isn’t anything new. While the general population is left with the belief that sexting is a teen propensity, most grown men – around a quarter in my experience – proudly post mobile manifestation of their member on about the fourth or fifth encounter.

According to news website The Dirty, Mr Weiner, 48, used the name “Carlos Danger” to contact the woman on Facebook and establish an online relationship with her which involved the exchange of intimate photographs.

Amusingly, a poll last week suggested Mr Weiner was well-placed to become the Democratic candidate to succeed Michael Bloomberg as the mayor of New York City, with voters apparently largely indifferent to his scandal-tainted past, a sign perhaps the NY girls get as many spammy-sexting pix as Huma Abedin? :: Read the full article »»»»

NSFW!! SEXTING: Phone Sex? Naked Self Portrait via iPhone

Posted: January 7th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Socially Engineered | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on NSFW!! SEXTING: Phone Sex? Naked Self Portrait via iPhone


NSFWThe list of celebrity regret is awesome, Blake Lively, Jessica Alba, Kat Dennings, Scarlett Johansson, Rihanna, The Weiner, Snooki and Miley Cyrus, all armed with a smartphone, a mirror and a penchant for flashing the flesh. Clearly highpants loves these dribbles and drabs from celebs, there is a more real side to all this though – Regret!? While flashing flesh might be an integral part of the PR machine that is the entertainment industry, in our normal humdrum lives naughty pix can be a pain.

Stories like the 23-year-old woman who dropped her smart phone in a restaurant car park in South Carolina. She thought her treasured photos would be lost forever. Imagine the shock, when nude pictures she had taken on the phone started being sent to people in her contact list. The woman from Spartanburg County called in police when friends began receiving the risqué messages of her posing naked. By the time her phone was disconnected by her network, the naked pix had reached the rest of the world.

Sexting isn’t confined to gender, just ask The Wiener.  So is sexting a dismiss-able event? Sure, we’ve all done something in our personal lives that we might not be so proud of. And sure, most everybody is willing to forgive politicians, even accept that it’s just a part of normal for celebrities. There’s always some kind of weirdness out there, isn’t there? The massive concern is that sexting is becoming an acceptable behaviour, concerning because almost the only group that looks up to these 25 cent celebrities are  teens.

Weiner was driven, not by lust–which we can sort of find forgivable–or even by some other kind of desperate passion–but by vanity. It was plain old lousy, dumb, nerdy, unmerited, vaguely pathological and certainly creepy vanity that made him take pictures of what he thought was his handsome virile/viral self and send those pictures to women he didn’t know personally in order to feed his sense of unparallelled perfection”  says Gina Barreca of Psychology Today

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