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I'm guessing OP was clothed, so I really think that attitude is a bit of an overreaction. They're dating, and it's nothing any common stranger couldn't see without permission. EDIT: Granted, if OP respectfully asked her boyfriend to delete it and he refused, that's a different story.

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Put things in perspective, because you just compared a fully clothed butt photo to raping somebody. I'm not one to say "reverse the situation", but any girl taking a picture of a guy's butt would be seen as playful and silly.

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I can understand what 12 is saying, but I think she is overreacting a bit...Like if my boyfriend was massaging my bum or back or whatever, I'd kinda expect him to say "Hey, I'm taking a pic of your ass" and then I can say if I'm cool with it or not. I'd be kinda annoyed if he just took a snap and went on about his business...Plus, it's kinda creepy!

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So, she's totally okay with him touching her, they are dating, but you think it's not okay to snap a photo? Yes, he is most certainly NOT entitled to anything. But I don't think a good ole booty pic is too much to ask for. And he should be know her well enough to judge what she is and isn't okay with. That's a part of dating.

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I agree with. It's not okay to take anyone's picture without their permission. And you're assuming OP was fully clothed. There's a good chance she wasn't.

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Grace, you know I respect you, but this is clearly an overreaction. They're not strangers, it's likely the boyfriend would have known how OP felt about this type of thing. You shouldn't need to ask permission to take a photo of somebody you're on good terms with; it should be clear if they're not okay with it.

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I don't think it's comparable to marital rape, and no, it's not a huge deal, but it's still a dick move. Especially with the revenge porn being so big now on the internet, OP might not be comfortable with her boyfriend having nude photos of her, assuming the photo was of her bare ass.

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I'm going to add some of my perspective. I had a girlfriend that we shared very intimate pictures between each other, but we talked about it and she said it would be ok, sometimes, if I asked to take a few pictures. The pictures were a privilege though and if she request I delete them, they were gone. It's about respect and doing the right things. It's not a problem that he took the picture though. Granted he should have asked, but if she didn't want him to have the picture, he should delete it.

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your name really fits your comments. "a woman's body"? feminism is BS and cruel and meat is healthy and delicious. that being said, you probably don't care for my opinion just as I don't care about yours but I'll state it anyway. If he was giving her a back massage while she was laying on her stomach, chances are, they're really close and he's seen her butt dozens of times. It's not like some stranger walking around taking pictures, because that's messed up and wrong. As far as "m

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Break it off? You're also assuming that she hated it and they haven't been dating long. We don't know the full story. It could've been a joke, because some FMLs are (shocker). Telling OP to break it off without knowing the full story is ridiculous.

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