Being sent an unsolicited dick picture can be an unnerving, uncomfortable and infuriating experience for anyone. Guys might pluck up the courage to send a snap of their manhood to a person they’ve been chatting to on Tinder, but unless the recipient wants the image, it’ll usually go down like a lead balloon.
So, you can imagine the frustration of young mum Chloe-Anne Pasquet, who claims she gets sent three to four dick pics every week from guys on Facebook. The pole dancing instructor says that some even try to call her on the social media app.
The mum from Kent, says: “I always get random men sending me pictures of their penises over Facebook and it’s this kind of behaviour that objectifies women.
“At some point, these men have been taught that this is how women should be treated and many of my friends have experienced this too.
After one too many bell-ends, Chloe-Anne had had enough and took matters into her own hands.
The 23-year-old received a photo from a guy with his penis front and centre and decided to screenshot it and post it on his Facebook page for his friends and family to see. But the plan backfired when it was Chloe-Anne’s account which was blocked for three days.
But that hasn’t stopped her. When she gets photos from teenagers, she’ll find their parents on Facebook and send them a message.
Chloe-Anne wants the social networking site to take more action against people who do this sort of thing: “At the end of the day, I know it’s the internet and there’s only so much they can police on there, but this is a serious problem. I’ve even had people in the past message me saying, ‘I want to rape you’.
“These pictures are usually my first point of contact with them, or they might send a weird message first. I might get a ‘speak to me, baby’, or ‘I want to have sex with you, baby’ sometimes. They completely demean women. They seem to think they can treat you like garbage.”
She also says that her boyfriend doesn’t take too kindly to the explicit messages being sent to her.