Revenge porn referred to sharing private sexual images or videos of a person without their consent.

“Delays in government action on image-based sexual abuse is gambling with people’s lives,” said co-author Clare McGlynn, a professor of law at Durham University. “The law is hopelessly out of date and it is a real patchwork at the moment. That is why we need comprehensive legal reform to stop this form of abuse.”

Victims of revenge porn lives are destroyed while government laws policies are still outdated leaving the victims untreated, in terrible mental state while the sexual perpetrators count increase.

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