Until I started this blog I had no idea the kind of sexual harassment women deal with from thirsty guys on the Internet. I knew there were some creeps out there, but the sheer volume that these people exist in blows my mind. Harassing women online is no different than harassing them in public, but for some reason many of these dudes seem to think it’s OK to do to complete strangers so long as it’s on Facebook. One of the gentlemen is Tyler Sawyer from Salem, MA.
Tyler friend requested a turtle riding woman the other day, who quickly turned down his advances by informing him that she was married.
“Oh sorry” doesn’t count if you follow it up the next day with “his sexy ur so cute damn” and back to back phone calls.
Most normal men at this point would move on with their life, but the kind of guy who does this to a complete stranger doesn’t adhere to normal social standards. He elected to continue to call her, and when she didn’t answer he sent her over an unsolicited image of his skinny skin flute, with the caption, “good size hun.”
Good being a very relative term here.
I’m not sure what Tyler does for work, but at one point he appears to have been a cook.
Let’s hope he washes his hands after sexually harassing women on Facebook.
If you’re a turtle rider and this happens to you and you’d like to see the guy harassing you exposed, feel free to message me on Facebook at Clarence Woods Emerson, or email email@example.com. It will be my pleasure to feature them on this little blog I have here.
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