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Four in 10 young women have reported being sent unsolicited explicit images. But what makes some men send photographs of their genitals to unsuspecting women — and is it time for a change in the law?

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Learn more. These are all terms people have used to describe one of the most controversial trends of the internet era: dick pics. Sometimes they come in the form of a joke, like the Subway worker in Ohio who put his dong on a footlong and got fired for it.

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Your face is fine, but no show the dick. Submit Search. According to a Campus Current survey of students, Eighty-seven percent of students—including 88 percent of men in the survey—said dick a dick pic without permission is sexual harassment. Receiving unsolicited pictures of male genitalia over social media, text and dating apps has become a norm for female pic students.

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Search Submit Search. Jones said that after not responding for a few minutes, he sent her more messages asking if she liked the picture.

At first, she said, she was confused. If someone was offended by it, they would definitely have the right to submit a complaint. Unless I ask specifically to see your dick, do not send me a picture.

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Jones said she thinks most people use Tinder to talk to multiple people at once, so she thought he meant to send it to another person. Name required.

Share on Facebook. Felicia Patterson, the vice president for learning support services, said students should be more careful when taking and sending sexual images. Some women who talked to Campus Current said sending unsolicited sexual images should not be allowed. Speak your mind.