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Victims Of Revenge Porn, We Want To Hear Your Stories

Tell us if you think there's enough being done to educate Australians about revenge porn.

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Unfortunately, revenge porn has been in the news again lately.

Revenge porn Facebook pages have been popping up while social media sites struggle to deal with them, as authorities appear oblivious to the impact revenge porn may have on someone's life.

We want to write about real people – with real stories – and talk about how Australia can do better when it comes to dealing with both the victims of revenge porn, and the people who think it's OK to share it.

Have you ever shared an image of someone without their consent?

Do you think there's enough being done in schools to teach kids about sharing intimate images? Do you think the police are doing enough to shut down sites that share them? What do you think needs to be done?

If you have been the victim of someone sharing intimate pictures without your consent and would like to share your experiences with BuzzFeed News, we'd love to hear from you. You can message the BuzzFeedOz News Facebook page, DM us on Twitter, or leave a comment below. A reporter will then get in touch, and we can always protect your identity.

Brad Esposito is a news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney, Australia.

Contact Brad Esposito at bradley.esposito@buzzfeed.com.

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