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Gravity Doesn’t ‘Card’: my NEW article at PJMedia

My suggestion for curbing “cyberbullying” won’t be very popular — how’s about we make it illegal for parents to let their daughters post provocative stuff on the web in the first place?

Am I “blaming the victim”?

The fact is, “blame” doesn’t apply to cause and effect and other immutable, impersonal laws of the universe.

Here are the facts:

As Todd said herself in her now-famous video “cry for help,” her fatal downward spiral began in Grade 7, when she “would go with friends on webcam.”

Viewers called her “beautiful, stunning, perfect.”

Then:

“They wanted me to flash. So I did one year later.”

Had Amanda never flashed her breasts on the Internet, is it likely she might still be alive today?


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