Dating the enemy ua
Pretty soon Zane was making rape threats, and months later he would plead guilty to harassment.It was a landmark case, showing that laws about making rape threats could be applied to conversations on Facebook and possibly other platforms."I think it was taken out of context," Ron said about Chris and Zane."One person wrote something silly in their profile and another wrote silly remarks about that.More than the hate messages themselves, he's nervous about someone in his community recognising him as the dude from the Facebook group. He said online dating is superficial; we judge people by their photos, therefore he was right to comment on her looks.
When she declined, they suddenly turned and called her a bitch and a c***, and joked about f***ing her grandfather. You could argue that the act of exposure, of breaching the implicit privacy of a conversation, is the thing that gives BGA its edge, is why you sign up."A lot of it was naked pictures girls had received from guys and reposted," Denise said about the page.
All up, there were hundreds of messages and comments.
It was awful, he said now, stirring a cafe hot chocolate IRL.
Then a friend messaged him; a screenshot of the original rant. Ron was working long shifts and not sleeping well, and it was strange to know he was being called a "balding beer bellied mute little c***" and to be powerless to join the conversation. no cat selfies or prudishness), no underage girls, no underage nudity, no asking for medical advice, and "No F**king Screenshots".
She was a member of the group called Bad Girls Advice - Ron searched Facebook but it did not come up. At the time of the Ron-post in early October, the group had about 50,000 members. This makes it probably the largest all-girl private Facebook group in Australia. A and BGA have rules against posting screenshots with faces and names visible but these seem to slip through all the time.