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Vanessa Hudgens Is Still Sorry Those Nude Pics Got Out

Hey, remember when Vanessa Hudgens got “hacked” and those nude photos of her posing in her bathtub and in front of her mirror were “leaked”? If you’re sitting there asking yourself “Which time?”, well all of them, I guess, as the former Disney actress and forever Internet hater still really regrets that the general public was ever privy to her private bits and sees that period (those periods?) as the worst in her career.

From Paper Mag:

“That was just a really shitty situation that sucked,” she said. “That was by far the worst moment of my career.”

You sure about that, though? You sure the worst moment wasn’t every movie/TV show you’ve ever been in? Nah, but in all seriousness, I’m so over these famous women crying over leaked boobs. Is it a violation of privacy? Sure, if they were truly “hacked”. But here’s a newsflash to the thinking-impaired: you probably shouldn’t take nudes – and you definitely don’t send nudes to anyone – regardless of who you’re in a relationship with if you’re in the public eye. You just don’t. I don’t care how long you’ve been together or how thirsty s/he is acting or how much you trust each other. If you don’t want your bits splashed all over the internet, keep them covered when it comes to posing in front of the camera.

On the other hand, we could go the feminist route with this and talk about how bros and love of photographing the D (even when it’s unwelcome) gets far less attention and is never seen as a “scandal” the same way it is with women. I get that it can build excitement and keep you lusting after your chosen lady or fella when you’re not together, etc, but it’s a rare couple that has the trust and privacy intact to be able to do that without worrying that your Facebook friends are gonna be ogling your boobs on their timeline the next time they log on. Here’s a suggestion for everyone: how about we all just keep our pants on? Then again, we accept everyone here at EB – if exhibitionism is your thing, shine on, you crazy diamonds!

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  • Seems a bit harsh to say it’s a “rare” couple who have that level of trust… most couples should. I agree there are a lot of scumbags out there, guys and gals included, but if you don’t trust someone with that sort of stuff (after a decent amount of time obvs) then you probably shouldn’t be with them…