Being Held Accountable For Online Dirt, In Real Life

  1. FatFemPinUp
    do you think ppl should be held accountable IRL for the things they post on social networking sites?
  2. FatFemPinUp
    there seems to be this SHAME in addressing someone IRL over something they put online…as if their online life were out of bounds
  3. FatFemPinUp
    so ..if you’re online flirting or bashing someone and a family member or a your significant other address you for it….they’re in the wrong
  4. FatFemPinUp
    what i dont understand is this: your online persona is a public expression of yourself, y do u think u shudnt be held accountable for YOU?
  5. FatFemPinUp
    there’s alot of cheating that goes on, online, a lot of racism, sexism and hate speech, a lot of planning and plotting against others
  6. FatFemPinUp
    but somehow people….men specifically think that the whole internet is vegas, and what happens on the internet stays there 0.o #notso
  7. FatFemPinUp
    you shouldnt go to the internet to have a private life
  8. FatFemPinUp
    if you’re going to scheme….and you dont want to answer for it IRL, you prolly shudnt tweet about it, i dun care WHO is “stalking” ur page
  9. FatFemPinUp
    your significant other gets online and catches you calling someone else baby and “the one” and all u can say is “stop stalking my page”
  10. FatFemPinUp
    instead of tryna work it out…..you paint them as crazy and meddlesome….tryna hold you down, stalking you, obsessing……oh….oh ok
  11. FatFemPinUp
    but thinking that you can openly tweet about some dirt you are on IRL and still be above reproach is ridiculous
  12. FatFemPinUp
    i got mad at my …whatever the hell he is…for calling this girl his “prototype” …its a nickname he calls me…and it has significance
  13. FatFemPinUp
    to him and to me…it goes to a person being everything that you ever wanted in a mate…a model for what you need/want/deserve for yourself
  14. FatFemPinUp
    called another woman that….and im like …wait…so there’s more than one of us? so aint shit special about that? OH….
  15. FatFemPinUp
    or is it bc i am a woman and you are a man ..and you want the freedom to run game on everyone you come in contact with…..no accountability
  16. FatFemPinUp
    and another thing….ppl get on the internet and expose themselves to be these REAL SHITTY individuals….and DARE ppl IRL to call em on it
  17. FatFemPinUp
    and when you do….U’RE in the wrong? lol just some more of those patriarchal power games, where blatantly wrong men can make you look crazy
  18. FatFemPinUp
    and they gang up on women too! in order to protect their “right” to do internet dirt….one dude says “bitches are crazy for stalking my
  19. FatFemPinUp
    twitter, facebook etc. page” ….and other men hurriedly agree, bc if they unite behind that dude, then they gain more freedom online
  20. FatFemPinUp
    that’s how patriarchy works…get all the men in agreement…and all the women fighting each other, and the men rise to the top controlling
  21. FatFemPinUp
    then there is this message sent that “good women” who keep their men, dont hold them accountable for the things they post online
  22. FatFemPinUp
    good women dont ‘stalk’ their significant other’s pages bc they have class or bc they trust them or bc ignorance is bliss
  23. FatFemPinUp
    but am I stalking you if i take a look at your twitter/facebook page once every few weeks to see if you posted any new pics? am i really?
  24. FatFemPinUp
    am i stalking you if we had an awesome weekend together where i came from out of town to see you, and want to see if you mentioned it?
  25. FatFemPinUp
    am i stalking you if this is the first time i’ve EVER addressed anything you’ve tweeted, bc it hurt me or disconcerted me? no. I am not.
  26. FatFemPinUp
    men are very quick to throw around the controlling image of the fem stalker who, stays on their internet pgs all day, waitin for em to fk up
  27. FatFemPinUp
    you find yourself agreeing with my TL…..even just occasionally….#youmightbeafeminist
  28. FatFemPinUp
    All I’m really saying is …dont think yu can say hurtful things online, pursue other women openly online….and not answer for it IRL
  29. FatFemPinUp
    EVERYONE…..everyone has to answer for their behavior….the internet is NO exception
  30. FatFemPinUp
    now….no one has a right to POLICE your behavior…online or offline…but there’s a difference between policing and holding u accountable

4 thoughts on “Being Held Accountable For Online Dirt, In Real Life

  1. Onleilove says:

    I agree that people should be held accountable for what they do and say online and if they want privacy don’t use public social networks or use the many privacy controls on them. The whole point of a social network is to share and network with other people, so I expect that friends, family, associates, etc. will view my page, post, pics. I think many people should go back to old school paper journals if they don’t want to be held accountable for what they do online.

  2. Elle Alexis says:

    BRAVO honey, BRAVO! This is some GOOD stuff right here! The only problem is that most of those who plant seeds of deception, manipulation, and infedility online and on social media sites are often unwilling to eat of the FRUIT that those seeds will bear. I have witnessed a man living a totally separate “social media life” but was quite SALTY and miserable when IRL his stuff hit the fan. When social media life meets RL, most men (and some women) cannot handle it. I believe in being accountable for all actions. Mature and honest adults who believe in transparency will never resort to publicizing or flaunting blatant disrespect of any person that he/she truly values. It all boils down to the core, the morals, and each person’s ability to determine just WHO you’re getting involved with. Personally, I believe and know it to be true that any man or woman that is disrespectful on social media, more than likely displayed that sort of behavior IRL. It’s never a GOOD thing when someone chooses to flaunt their side pieces, infidelity, or mischief to the cyber world, but chances are, their character flaws go way deeper than that. Thank the Lord for exposure, which will beget closure.

    AMEN? Amen! The doors of the church are now open. :-)

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