Above: High school. Credit: Rawpixel.
The victim of revenge porn is humiliated, distraught, and sometimes suicidal. And laws are being passed in many developed countries making the malicious sharing of any such amateur homemade porn, a crime. Given that such a photograph can literally ruin the life of the person depicted, it is surprising that making photos during sex is not an absolute social taboo. Asking a new sexual partner to have sex without a condom/protection is socially coded as absolutely unacceptable and any request for such will be declined--the risk of viral infection/STD is unknown; an unreasonable risk. But isn't a photo made during sex also an unreasonable risk? Such a photo is known to be potentially lethal ... so why does anyone take the chance? Asking for photos during sex should be a request as horrifying as asking for bareback sex. This is probably something that should be taught in life-skills classes in high school/secondary school. No photos.
(27 January 2018)