/r/BlackPeopleTwitter Weekly Discussion Thread - March 11, 2017

Not really. I've been there. At 17.

Back when I was 17, I took a pic of my boobies and sent it to my boyfriend at the time. Mind you, I was 17. He was 17 also. What he did was show it to his friend whom lived with him in the neighborhood. He was 15 at the time.

When it told me that his friend saw it, I was pretty pissed. I felt anger and embarrassment from it, but I took it as a lesson and dropped it.

Then it got worst. Bf had a clip of me and him intimate. That was ment for him and only him.

I deleted out of his phone out of fear, but I was afraid who could have saw it or who he could have shared it with.

Granted, he had no right...couldn't tell my parents...I felt like it was my responsibility. So I said I would just deal with if it ever resurfaced.

Again, my POV. Everyone is entitled to their own POV. Mines was the result of me sharing something that I should have thought twice about. Not only that, I was underage. This was over 11 years ago, but I haven't done anything like that ever again.

I sent it, it was my fault. I should have been more selective in what I did.

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