This State Senator Wants to Make Revenge Porn a Felony After Being a Victim of It Herself

Florida state senator Lauren Book has a very compelling reason to make revenge porn a felony in her home state: She herself has been a victim of it.

Not that she, or anyone, needs a compelling reason to make revenge porn—which we’ll loosely define as using sexually explicit images of someone without their consent by sharing them or threatening to share them to get money, as legal definitions vary by state—a felony. But while it’s illegal in almost every state, the laws vary across the country. In some, it’s a felony; in others, a misdemeanor (according to Business Insider, as of 2019).


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