It used to be that spurned lovers could scrawl an ex-girlfriend's number on a bathroom stall, along with "for a good time" and a couple of choice epithets. Now they can do all that, and much worse, while reaching a vastly larger audience, thanks to the online explosion of "ex-girlfriend porn" or "revenge porn. It is -- or at least purports to be -- exactly what it sounds like: explicit home videos or photos shared online by a wronged boyfriend or husband. The equivalent featuring men is out there, but it's rare and the vast majority is directed at gay audiences. Far more common are sites like Don't Date Him Girl, where women can warn others against their exes.
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