This Man Created A Mass Thirst Repellent For Women Receiving Unsolicited Pics In Their DMs
Folks, allyship comes in all forms.
April 22, 2019 at 1:28 pm
Women on the receiving end of thirsty DMs now have an ally by the name of Trevor Norris.
Norris shared on Twitter some simple but vital flicks that could service scores of women in need. He has created a line of unique photos that make it appear disinterested women are in a relationship.
Women receiving unwanted messages, such as dick pics, can send a picture of Norris. The four photos include the meme model staring with a displeased expression, a photo of him seemingly next to you in bed and a photo of the fake boyfriend walking around in a bedroom.
Saw there was an actual market of women that needed this... so here are some pictures y’all can use to send to guys that won’t leave you alone or keep sending you unsolicited pictures. Goodluck ❤️ pic.twitter.com/Du4gGO2unB— Trevor Norris (@trevor_norris0) April 18, 2019
Like any good businessman, his first batch was free. But if a person wants specialized photos, Norris is open to making them for a small fee, of course.
I got a lot of people that have paid me to do specific ones so I’ll make variations of them soon so if you just now swing these this may not work , but follow to stay up to date— Trevor Norris (@trevor_norris0) April 19, 2019
Believe it or not, the now-viral photos have seemed to work well for few women wanting to curb a man's advances.
Lmao thank you for these! pic.twitter.com/9R5ynyLjZ5— tinywood (@SPLVNKISHSHVWTY) April 18, 2019
It worked. Thank you.😂 pic.twitter.com/GyVfWFpoUe— Shruti Alkesh Modi ॐ (@Shrutz3) April 19, 2019
But some women underestimated the men they were trying to turn down. Those unlucky few couldn't outsmart the bugaboos.
While the photos and popularity of Norris' service may seem like a joke, his tweet was inspired by real-world street harassment, rejection killings and digital harassment women face.
I played myself 😔😔😔 pic.twitter.com/ydCTAB6Orq— sam (@manthaa16) April 19, 2019
Two cases where a simple no turned into a death sentence for the women became national headlines last year. In one, Dr. Tamara O'Neal, who worked at Chicago's Mercy Hospital, was murdered by her former fiancé after calling off their engagement in November. Around that same time, Aisha Fraser was stabbed to death by the father of her daughters, who also happened to be a judge, amid the finalization of their divorce.Now, check these out:
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