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Friday, 4 October 2013

SACRAMENTO, CA - California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on Tuesday that outlaws revenge porn and this could mean possible jail time for people who post naked photos of their exes after breakups.

The bill is not being met with a welcoming attitude from everybody.

Mike Oxraw is one of a small coalition of pornography connoisseur's that are speaking out against the bill.

"This is just uncalled for and unnecessary!" states Mr. Oxraw, "This totally changes me and some other people's viewing experience and our relationship to the photo subject."

Advocates of the bill are very adamant that the victims in these cases are the person's subjected in these photographs. The idea is that these people should have their right's to privacy intact, especially after events such as a break up. They should not be exploited by the fact that they made misled decisions while in a relationship with another individual.

"Yeah, but the excitement of revenge porn is knowing that the subject of the photo did not just pose in a self pic kind of way. The draw and excitement is that there is an element of these pics being more candid, if you will," Oxraw continued, "Now I'm gonna look at a lot of these pics, and wonder what is real in this world and what is not."

"What are things coming to when we can't enjoy the simple things in life like pics of girls naked whose ex-boyfriends were jaded so they posted them online. Now laws are opposing that? Oh the humanity," states Oxraw."

"Now I guess I'll have to focus more on hidden camera kind of material."

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