As has been reported, a massive security breach has recently led to over 100 celebrities’ cell phones being hacked and their personal photos stolen and uploaded to the web for all the world to see (I believe the celebs were all female).
As you can imagine, the majority of the pics shared fall into the category of nude selfies. The victims include Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton, two women that I’m sure no one would like to see naked (</sarcasm>).
Unsurprisingly, many on the Right are blaming the women themselves for even having these pics on their devices in the first place (basically, it serves them right for being such hussies). Not unlike when the creepier details of the Patriot Act were made known, the response among conservatives is that if you have nothing to hide, then it shouldn’t matter who’s listening or browsing your internet history and personal photos.
In episode 6 of Drunk Ex-Pastors Christian and I discuss the matter and, true to form, come to a very different conclusion on the issue than what you’ll hear from Fox News and Rush Limbaugh.
Have a listen. . . .