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Did You Donate for … Uh, ‘Fire Relief’?

Posted on | January 5, 2020 | No Comments

 

Nothing but a hoe, but she’s got the proverbial “heart of gold”:

An American Instagram model has raised more than $100,000 for Australian bushfire victims by encouraging her followers to donate in exchange for naked selfies.
Kaylen Ward offered to send a nude photo of herself to any person who donated at least $10 to an organisation assisting with battling the devastating blazes.
She said in the past she has sent photos for money, and was hoping her regular customers would be interested in donating to a good cause.
Within minutes, her private messages on Instagram and Twitter were bombarded by hundreds of people sending in their receipts to prove they had donated.
The Texan model, who now lives in Los Angeles, has spent almost every minute since responding to the more than 20,000 messages she received with individualised naked photos.
Ms Ward said she was motivated to use her following to contribute to the cause after photos surfaced of the catastrophic conditions.
‘It’s devastating and any normal person would be concerned and want to help,’ she said.

(Apparently, abnormal people want to help, too.)

She asked her followers to donate directly to a list of charities she suggested, which included NSW Rural Fire Service, Victorian Country Fire Service, Red Cross and certain koala hospitals across the nation.
Ms Ward hoped her post would attract ‘a few thousand dollars’.
Within one day, she had about 20,000 messages in her inbox with receipts.

No good deed goes unpunished:

She’s now hired a team of four people to help her sort through the thousands and thousands of DMs she’s received. They’ve been working around the clock to verify donation confirmations as best they can and reply with the promised nude.
Ward said that by midday Sunday, they estimate more than $500,000 has been raised thanks to her campaign. . . .
But Instagram has thrown a bit of a wrench into her plans. Although she was running the campaign on Twitter, word of it spread to Instagram, where Ward had 50,000 followers. On Saturday, Ward said Instagram shut down her account, claiming she’d violated their guidelines.
In a screenshot posted by Ward, Instagram said she had posted “sexually suggestive content,” though the model denies she broke any rules. She’s tried to reach out to Instagram but hasn’t heard back.

What hypocrisy! There are thousands, maybe even millions, of hoes who use Instagram to advertise their, uh, services and if Instagram is going to ban every hoe who posts “sexually suggestive content,” practically every sorority girl in America would have her account shut down. Seriously, ask around — most young women (and many not-so-young women) have figured out they can hustle more money from guys on social media than they can in any actual job for which they’re qualified.

Most college guys can’t get the time of day from any decent-looking girl on campus nowadays because if a girl rates as high as 7 on the 10 scale, she’s got hundreds of horny men swarming into her DMs, offering money for nudes. “Hit me up on venmo” — five words that no horny fool can resist, apparently, and if Kaylen Ward can get 20,000 donations in a matter of days, doesn’t that give you some idea of the size of this market? Maybe your college-age daughter is not whoring herself out via Instagram, Snapchat or some other online venue, but she certainly knows she could if she’s even remotely attractive. The Internet means every good-looking girl is sitting on a gold mine, given the worldwide demand from fools desperate to see what she’s sitting on.

If you wonder why young men are so profoundly cynical about women, regarding them as a bunch of selfish sluts, this is the explanation. Of course, most parents are clueless about what’s happening, but let me point something out that you may not have noticed. Next time you go to the mall or some other retail venue, notice that none of the clerks or cashiers are attractive young women. There was a time when retail businesses placed a premium on hiring “eye candy” in customer-service positions, but you practically never see a pretty face working retail anymore, and why? “Hit me up on venmo.”

Work? An actual job? That’s for ugly people. All the pretty girls are peddling nudes on the Internet. Welcome to the 21st century.



 

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