Dick pics. Nobody wants them. Most women get them. A 2017 YouGov survey found that 53% of millennial women said that they have received a dick pic at some point in their lives. Of the millennial women who received dick pics, 73% said it was unsolicited. Overall, 60% of women surveyed said that they'd received an unsolicited dick pic. Yikes. We shouldn't have to worry a stranger is going to drop a D into our DMs, and yet here we are. People have found a way to make advanced and complex technology gross.
One woman's response to an unsolicited dick pic went viral because it's too brilliant not to celebrate. Jenn Tisdale took to Twitter to post her response to an unsolicited dick pic, and she deserves a medal for it. "This morning I received an unsolicited dick pic via @instagram from a man I do not know. What follows is a beautiful story I wove about an app I made up, that should exist. Enjoy!" she posted on Twitter.
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