Unfortunately, thanks to social media and the unlimited pride anyone with a penis has, a lot of women have received pictures of men’s junk without ever asking for them.
Unknown to some men, this qualifies as a form of harassment.
Writer Maura Quint shared her story of encountering a prick who created three different Twitter accounts just to @ the same dick pic to her. After reporting all of the accounts to Twitter, she got three different responses back.
A guy just created 3 accounts w/the same name & same avi, @'d & dm'd me the same dick pic from each acct. Reported all 3, got 3 diff replies pic.twitter.com/GEvgIDxcCn
— maura quint (@behindyourback) October 5, 2017
According to Twitter’s rules, unsolicited dick pics fall under the “Graphic content” and “Harassment,” which could lead to the account being temporarily locked or suspended.
This only happened to one of the accounts.
While the first instance claimed that “Twitter users are free to post content provided that they don’t violate the Terms of Service or the Twitter Rules,” the last report claimed there was nothing wrong at all.
“We reviewed your report carefully and found that there was no violation of Twitter’s Rules regarding abusive behavior,” Twitter responded.
Yeah, time to fix your shit, Twitter.