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Bhopal : In a shocking incident that has come to light from Madhya Pradesh' Bhopal, a minor boy allegedly lured a year-old girl into sharing her obscene photographs and later used them to blackmail her. The girl and the accused boy are students of the same school. A relative of the girl said that the boy began chatting with the girl on social media after befriending her in August last year. On January 30, he obtained her obscene photographs by emotionally blackmailing her. He also told her that he would marry her. The girl fell into his trap and shared her intimate photographs.

Woman, 26, reveals she's raked in over £40,000 a year flogging nude pictures to sugar daddies

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By Chloe Morgan For Mailonline. Tanith Parfitt, 26, from Cardiff, Wales, 'fell into' the unusual line of work seven years ago when she when she found her first sugar daddy online while struggling to pay rent as a student. The former restaurant manager pictured 'fell into' the unusual line of work seven years ago when she when she found her first sugar daddy online while struggling to pay rent as a student. When the sugar daddy got a girlfriend and ended the set-up, Tanith admits she had a 'taste for money' and started selling 'on demand' naked pictures of herself through social media. Despite all the extra cash, she continued working full-time as a bar and restaurant manager until she was recently made unemployed due to covid - yet had even been recognised by her other 'customers' while at work. After seven years as a 'sugar baby', Tanith admits she has become the 'black sheep' of the family and been branded 'scum' by some relatives.

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Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and health authorities are giving a coronavirus update. Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. Witnol Benko is worried about posting certain images from his home island on Facebook. Some photos taken in Vanuatu have already been labelled a violation of Facebook's nudity and sexual activity standards, and he said his account had been blocked for weeks as a result. They depict cultural ceremonies where women are dressed in grass skirts and not much else, or photos from Vanuatu's Indigenous villages where men wear nambas or penis sheaths.
But following a campaign launched in this paper , the Observer can exclusively reveal that Instagram and its parent company Facebook will be updating its policy on nudity in order to help end discrimination of plus-size black women on its platforms and ensure all body types are treated fairly. In August, Instagram was accused of censoring and silencing the plus-size model Nyome Nicholas-Williams. A wave of content creators then confirmed the platform was repeatedly discriminating against black people, plus-size users and other marginalised communities, by deleting their photos or failing to promote them in the same way it did for its white users. The controversy caused fans to protest and post pictures of the model en masse under the hashtag IWantToSeeNyome. The photo-sharing app owned by Facebook was accused of hypocrisy and racism in allowing an abundance of photos of semi-naked skinny white women on its feeds but deleting those posted by black women in similar poses.