Revenge Porn documentary viewers vented their anger at the “horrific” abuse after last night’s Channel 4 show.
into the “awful” treatment, with several taking to Twitter to express their shock and disappointment and calling for more to be done about revenge porn.
One wrote: “Revenge porn documentary on channel 4 has made me scared of the Internet”
One tweeted: “Watching #revengeporn.. Think it’s awful what people do!!!! @Channel4”
Was absolutely horrified watching Revenge Porn on last night. Why the hell isn’t more being done to stop this abuse?!
— Hannah Dobson (@retr0rainb0w)
This actually makes me feel so sick 😷
— Caitlyn (@CaitlynFreeman_)
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Watching revenge porn with . Really good documentary. Feel saddened to see another form of abuse against mainly women. — Gemma Maggie (@gemster101)
One posted: “This #revengeporn documentary seems awfully sexist, this s**t happens to men too”
To highlight the issue, Anna not only presented the documentary but also shared her own explicit photos of herself to experience what it feels like to be one of the victims.
One Twitter user wrote: “Bloody Hell…. What a Woman @AnnaRichardso #revengeporn”
Another posted: “Watching revenge porn with @AnnaRichardso. Really good documentary. Feel saddened to see another form of abuse against mainly women.”
The show featured one guy who blamed his girlfriend for sending him the explicit pictures in the first place.
While Danika France, 18, secretly filmed her friend having sex and then decided to make the footage public after a falling out with her pal Leah Trevena, 19 – which left her feeling suicidal.
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