Australian bombshell model tired of being ‘sexually harassed’ gets revenge on men

A beautiful Australian model says she’s tired of being sexually harassed and is striking back.

Emily Sears, who now resides in Los Angeles, told BuzzFeed that she has a creative way of dealing with the plethora of obscene messages and even pictures of men’s genitals she receives every week.

She publicly shames them or forwards the messages and / or pictures to their significant others.

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Sears isn’t shy about publicly sharing extremely sexy, half-naked photos of herself, as you can see, but says the responses from men cross over the line. 

“I usually receive at least one or two d**k pics per day, at minimum,” she told BuzzFeed. “It’s just been consistently happening for so long. I became absolutely fed up with these kinds of disturbing and disgusting messages and comments online.”

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Her friend Laura Lux, a California-based DJ, has also been inundated with the same types of photos and messages for years and uses the same approach to gain her revenge.

“I think the first time I decided to contact a girlfriend was probably close to two years ago when I opened my Instagram inbox to yet another d*** pic with an explicit caption about wanting to f*** me from some random guy I’d never spoken to,” she told BuzzFeed.

“I wrote back, telling him that his behavior was terrible, and he replied with a string of sexual slurs and abuse, and kept calling me a slut,” she added.

That’s when she went to his page to block him and noticed several pictures of him and his girlfriend with captions calling him “the best boyfriend ever.”

“I sent her a message with a screenshot of our conversation telling her that I was really sorry, but I thought she deserved to know how her boyfriend was behaving towards other women,” she said.

Emily told BuzzFeed apologies are usually forthcoming after the girls strike back.

“Their apologies always seem fake,” she said. “Sometime they try and say their friend stole their phone, and that it wasn’t them. I don’t believe they’re sorry so much as they’re sorry you’re putting them on blast.”

And it’s not only models who have to deal with this type of harassment.

“This isn’t just happening to models with a big followings,” Emily told BuzzFeed. “It’s happening when women are online dating and denying matches with men. It can happen to any woman online, just like it can happen to any woman walking down the street.”

Laura said she is shocked that the practice has continued in this day and age when women have been vocal about it being offensive.

“I’ve never heard a woman say, ‘Really? I love opening my inbox to d*** pics from random guys! It totally makes me want to have sex with them!’ And yet, they’re still doing it with an alarming frequency,” she said.

Take a look at some of the example of the men being called out below.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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