This is a still from an interview filmed with Emma Holten in Copenhagen on May 14, Coronavirus is changing the world in unprecedented ways. The Thomson Reuters Foundation spoke to Danish activist Emma Holten, 29, who suffered revenge porn as a teenager, about how victims can be helped under lockdown, why the pandemic could precipitate change and how she overcame years of violence and humiliation. When I was sixteen, I emailed some nude photos of myself to a boyfriend.
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During the early morning Jouvert celebration a massive pre-carnival street party , as I was being splattered with paint and colored powder, I noticed a group of girls behind a nearby sound truck. They, too, were dancing, except one girl was being sought after by an older guy covered in orange mud, seeming determined to grind on her. She repeatedly tried to thwart his advances, but the crowd was so thick, she barely had space to move. I watched their interaction from a distance, feeling my body stiffen, hips losing their riddim. At one point in my life, I was that girl and could imagine the thoughts speeding through her head. So I had a decision to make—let her handle it or potentially risk my life saving her. The word risk is not something I say casually. The man was later acquitted. What was she wearing?
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