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On 3/26/2023 at 9:27 AM, GenericUsername said:

Oh come on! This is completely harmless and you wouldn’t even know without a security camera. That sheriff is famous for no nonsense but sometimes takes things too far.

There's no way a house that expensive won't have security cameras everywhere. Maybe she was too drunk to care. 

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On 8/21/2020 at 6:37 AM, oliver2 said:

I often end up desperate on planes - between the waiting at airports with nothing much to do but drink coffee or alcohol, the need to stay hydrated, and the effects of thin air, and the sitting about on the runway with the toilets out of use. If she had discreetly pissed herself in her seat she might have got away with it, but it sounds like she very much didn’t and was removed from the plane by heavy handed security.

(which is one of the worst things about flying. Obviously anyone who is trying to bomb, hijack or weaponise a plane should have the goddamn book thrown at ‘em, but this was just someone who was careless about managing her bladder capacity - it happens)

If I had been there I would have laid down on the floor and been her urinal

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On 3/24/2023 at 8:06 PM, Johnboy777 said:

Kind of an opposite story from years ago, where a CCTV video of a woman urinating in a mall hallway (the mall has at least 6 washrooms) leaked. There was outrage about the alleged voyeurism, rather than the usual outrage for public urination. I never saw the video.

https://www.huffpost.com/archive/ca/entry/toronto-security-fired-mall-urination-video_a_23532525

 

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7 hours ago, Foobar said:

Kind of an opposite story from years ago, where a CCTV video of a woman urinating in a mall hallway (the mall has at least 6 washrooms) leaked. There was outrage about the alleged voyeurism, rather than the usual outrage for public urination. I never saw the video.

https://www.huffpost.com/archive/ca/entry/toronto-security-fired-mall-urination-video_a_23532525

 

This is such an egregious example of double standards. Had a male been caught peeing in the hallway of a mall he would have been condemned (and possibly branded a sex offender). But because the video was posted to Pornhub it's classified as a form of revenge porn? And the security guard who posted it is classified as a voyeur? How is it voyeurism if it's literally your job to watch for suspicious activity? The woman was peeing in a hallway. There's no reason she should have any expectation of privacy. I've literally peed in mall hallways on two separate occasions, when I was in my teens. In both incidents the malls had locked the bathrooms before closing time (it was in two separate malls). But I never had the expectation of privacy. And even though I didn't see any cameras, I still assumed I was probably being watched. Does this mean that all those YouTube channels that post security footage of illegal activity around their homes, are also voyeurs because they sometimes include videos of public urination?

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Allow me to play Devil’s(?) Advocate here:

1: This was not a personal video recording. He did not own the device that made the recording, or the property where the device is set up. 
2: The Company. He most definitely broke rules by sharing the footage with anyone beyond his superiors.

3: It was uploaded to PornHub. I feel like this is self-explanatory. 
3.5: I lied, I’m going to explain it anyway. I’m reminded of a recent case where several female twitch streamers had their faces used in AI deepfake porn without their consent. No, it was not themselves filmed having sex, but they were inserted into pornographic content, threatening their lives, livelihoods, and reputations.  I’m all for people expressing themselves, but when you express another person without their consent, they have every right to tell you off and collect whatever legal reparations they can.

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Not really a news story, more a feature, pointed out to me by K. But it's in a serious newspaper.

A lady who is so mortified that she pees when she orgasms (because of a disability) that she has given up sex. While my heart goes out to the lady - many  people would find it a difficult thing to embrace - it's a pity Pamela Stephenson Connolly (yes, it's her) doesn't point the lady in our direction as a supportive community who could help her talk about the subject.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2023/apr/11/im-scared-to-tell-my-new-partner-about-what-happens-when-i-orgasm 

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29 minutes ago, Kupar said:

A lady who is so mortified that she pees when she orgasms (because of a disability) that she has given up sex. While my heart goes out to the lady - many  people would find it a difficult thing to embrace - it's a pity Pamela Stephenson Connolly (yes, it's her) doesn't point the lady in our direction as a supportive community who could help her talk about the subject.

Easier to put four elephants in a mini than to put sex-positivity in the Guardian

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7 minutes ago, oliver2 said:

Easier to put four elephants in a mini than to put sex-positivity in the Guardian

Two in the front and two in the back sounds positively ambitious to me 😉 

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47 minutes ago, Foobar said:

I swear I saw people mentioning this story and how they could find the video anymore, but I can't find those comments.

https://www.sfexaminer.com/news/san-francisco-chronicle-deliverywoman-accused-of-repeatedly-urinating-in-building-elevator/article_568039eb-d842-549c-8dea-c451c8e3ab5b.html

I found the video: https://i.imgur.com/CI0lh4u.mp4

It's not the highest quality, you can't see her crotch or stream, and it's not even a long pee or a big puddle. But it's a real pee from a real woman, and this was her 3AM toilet for 3 months. Unlike a lot of the other stories, in this one people were empathetic, and based on the story she kept the job and even the same paper route. I wonder where she would relieve herself after she couldn't here anymore.

 

 

I hope the paper didn't fire her. They said they were doing an investigation.

The people in the building should have left her something to pee in? Like a bucket or a litterbox or something. 

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Here's a story from the COVID era. https://www.blogto.com/city/2021/06/trinity-bellwoods-park-has-serious-public-urination-problem/

Originally it had a very daring picture of a woman.

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Due to outrage, after 3 days they replaced the picture with one of a row of portapotties. The original picture (without a pixelated but still blurry face) is still live on the park's Twitter feed.

 

 

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On 4/10/2023 at 3:56 PM, Hidengo said:

Allow me to play Devil’s(?) Advocate here:

1: This was not a personal video recording. He did not own the device that made the recording, or the property where the device is set up. 
2: The Company. He most definitely broke rules by sharing the footage with anyone beyond his superiors.

3: It was uploaded to PornHub. I feel like this is self-explanatory. 
3.5: I lied, I’m going to explain it anyway. I’m reminded of a recent case where several female twitch streamers had their faces used in AI deepfake porn without their consent. No, it was not themselves filmed having sex, but they were inserted into pornographic content, threatening their lives, livelihoods, and reputations.  I’m all for people expressing themselves, but when you express another person without their consent, they have every right to tell you off and collect whatever legal reparations they can.

Still, when you're peeing on the floor in a public building, you shouldn't have any expectation of privacy. If I whipped out my dick in public and the photos wound up on some gay porn site, I wouldn't get mad. She brought everything on herself.

If it was a man filmed and uploaded, he wouldn't have gotten the same sympathy.

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1: “No expectation of privacy” does not equal “consent to share your image.”

2: You are right that if the victim were a man, he wouldn’t be seen as a victim, and that’s unfair. My question to you, is if that’s an unfairness you are willing to live with, or one that you want changed.

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2 hours ago, brk said:

That gave a huge feeling of deja vu - I checked the date a couple of times, plus definitely a different lady than the previous news report - which was a Polish flight maybe(?)

Edit - Yes...  In fact the very first post in this thread although the link doesn't work any more.  A lady whizzing on a 'Whizz Air' flight which was destined for Poland and now a spirited lady peeing in nearly the same circumstances too.

 

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1 hour ago, gldenwetgoose said:

That gave a huge feeling of deja vu - I checked the date a couple of times, plus definitely a different lady than the previous news report - which was a Polish flight maybe(?)

Edit - Yes...  In fact the very first post in this thread although the link doesn't work any more.  A lady whizzing on a 'Whizz Air' flight which was destined for Poland and now a spirited lady peeing in nearly the same circumstances too.

 

Yeah I've seen that video aswell unfortunately this one is way more censored.  

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