Fill out the form below, or call us at There was a time when fans would have to hold out hope for an accidental nip slip outside a nightclub or a spread in that magazine you swore you only read for the articles. But nowadays, celebrities such as Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez have embraced their bodies through social media and have given their millions of followers a look at the goods that made their careers.
Sign in. R min Drama. A sexually frustrated suburban father has a mid-life crisis after becoming infatuated with his daughter's best friend.
Backlash from furious father after he receives naked photo meant for her boyfriend. It has to be one of the most awkward moments ever - when you send an embarrassing text to someone you weren't meant to. This was the nightmare scenario a Twitter user found herself facing this week, after she accidentally texted her papa a picture he definitely wouldn't be proud of.
Thirteen-year-old Ruby Karp was sitting in a dark corner of a coffee shop on the Upper West Side, angling a glowing iPhone underneath her chin. She scrunched up her face and tilted her head downward. She sent the photo to a half-dozen friends, took a sip of her hot chocolate, and by the time her mug hit the table, three new images had flashed onto her screen. The third appeared so quickly there was hardly time to look before it disappeared into the ether of Snapchat.
Accidents happen, that's just a fact of life. You'll trip walking up the stairs once a year. You'll probably butt-dial at least one person in your lifetime.
I hope to god you discovered this through conversations with friends or family, and not through somebody begging you for naughty pictures. Nobody told me not to do it. I had just turned 13 when a guy friend started sending me messages with increasingly sexual tones.
You might need to think next time you send a nude. Here are some very mortifying confessions people who send their nudes to the wrong people. She just asked me in the morning if I did anything crazy last night that I remember.
Today is Friday the 13th, the one day of the year when the people who can't leave their apartment without reading their horoscope get to blame their clumsiness and misfortune on the mysterious powers of the universe instead of themselves. I don't personally believe in superstitions, but I do know someone who got drunk, punched a mirror and had to endure seven years of therapy to repair the tendons he destroyed, so I'm willing to admit some of them may have merit. That story is completely made up, but it does serve as a convenient segue into my next point: A mirror can still bring you bad luck even if it isn't shattered into a thousand pieces. The Internet is filled with examples of unfortunate reflections in pictures taken by people who are more concerned about themselves than their surroundings, so I sifted through the awkwardness to find some of the most painful examples.
Ever since the first camera was added to a phone, we've become obsessed with taking pictures of just about everything that moves and a lot of things that don't. That isn't necessarily always a good thing, although some of the best comedy posted online can be attributed to those who can't leave their phone's camera alone. Not necessarily always for the right reason.