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"Revenge Porn"

A term used to describe sexually explicit media that is publicly shared online without the consent of the pictured individual. Content is often uploaded by ex-partners with an intention to shame or embarrass an individual, linking content to the persons other online content, such as Facebook, LinkedIn or even work websites, along with personal information including addresses and telephone numbers. Sometimes this content is also directed at family members to cause maximum harm to the victim.

We have been funded by the Equalities Commission to provide a dedicated support service for anyone affected by this issue in the UK. Victims come from all backgrounds, male and female, aged 18 – 60. Some incidents are perpetrated by ex partners, some by strangers, via hacking or stolen images. Whatever your circumstances, we will do our best to help!

In the Media

Fallen out with a friend? Revenge porn is the new price to pay

The Telegraph
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Revenge Porn On The Rise In Britain, Campaigners Warn

The Huffington Post UK
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MP calls for new measures to stamp out Revenge Porn

Cosmopolitan
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Children as young as 11 are victims – with less than 5% of cases being prosecuted

The Independent
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