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Topless model, 27 years old, sent HUNDREDS of sexual images via social networks

A FORMER glamor model has called for an end to online flashing after she revealed she was sent hundreds of sexual images via social media.

Jess Davies, 27, said she has been a victim of the flickering network for the past ten years.

Jess Davies has called for an end to the flashing network

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Jess Davies has called for an end to the flashing networkCredit: Instagram
Feminist developer says she has received hundreds of sexual images on social networks

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Feminist developer says she has received hundreds of sexual images on social networksCredit: Instagram

Flashing is the act of sending or recording genital images, videos and online sex acts without consent.

There are now laws in place in England and Wales that deal directly with network flashing although it was made illegal in Scotland over a decade ago.

Davies, from Aberystwyth, Wales, told the BBC she felt “dirty” when she received the pictures.

“I can click on the net every month, maybe more, depends really on what I share,” she told the BBC.

“This has been going on for 10 years. I’ve probably received hundreds of pictures like this.

“The type of content I get are close-up photos or of them performing sexual acts.

“When I get the pictures, it makes you feel a little dirty and you start thinking, ‘why me? Why did they send them to me, is that what I did’?”

The feminist follower, who has 152,000 followers on Instagram, says she’s almost become “paralyzed” with the photos she’s sent.

“If you have thousands of men arresting you on the street, that’s illegal, and that’s going to be a big deal and a big conversation, so why are we accepting it online?” she speaks.

“Individuals who find it possible to send pictures of their genitals and sexual behavior to someone should be investigated, we know that flashing in public leads to more serious crimes as seen in the tragic case of Sarah Everard and Libby Squire.

“The same energy goes to the perpetrators of online violence.

“We need to stop normalizing this criminal act and I will continue to campaign for the use of cyber flash to be made illegal in England and Wales for the safety of women.”

Campaigners say internet flashing has become increasingly common during the pandemic after Britons spend more time online.

Research conducted by YouGov shows that four in ten millennial women have been sent pictures of men’s genitals without consent.

Data from dating app Bumble suggests the figure could be 48% of 18- to 24-year-olds.

It comes as a joint committee of MPs is set up to publish its report on the draft Online Safety Bill – which aims to introduce tougher restrictions on social media companies. festival.

The network flashing feature is not included in the bill but campaigners hope it will be.

Former glamor model Jess Davies investigates online image theft in When Nude Stolen

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