Check out this great blog post by moral theologian & college professor, Christopher Klofft!
A few weeks back, I had wanted to comment on the celebrity hacking scandal. There are a lot of interesting elements to these unfortunate events, but when I finally found some time to write, I thought the moment had passed. That was before the newest issue of Vanity Fair came out. In it, there is an interview with Jennifer Lawrence – her first public statement since her pictures were among those hacked.
While she is rightfully outraged and hurt about this violation of her privacy, she also includes this very unfortunate statement in her interview that explains why her naked pictures existed in the first place: “I was in a loving, healthy, great relationship for four years. It was long distance, and either your boyfriend is going to look at porn or he’s going to look at you.”
For a popular, talented, young woman, these are exceptionally sad words.
View original post 507 more words