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A woman sent men unsolicited vagina pics on a dating app to see what happened

A comeback to the dick pics, if you will.

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KERRY QUINN IS an LA-based author and blogger – and a little social experiment she has been running has gone mega viral this week.

Writing for The Thrillist, Kerry decided to start sending unsolicited vagina pictures to lads she matched with online. She explained her reasoning:

I’m single. I live in LA. I’m on dating apps. And unsurprisingly, I get more unsolicited dick pics than you could ever imagine.
I wondered, “What would guys do if I turned the tables and sent them an unexpected vagina pic?” And so, in my own twist on revenge porn, I sent 40 unexpected vagina pics to men on Bumble.

And so she did just that – just to see what their reaction would be

byron1 Source: Kerry Quinn/Bumble

She described her method:

I swiped right on every man that popped up and matched with about 100. I sent out a blanket, “Hello handsome,” note since women need to make the first move on Bumble. And then I waited.

It’s generated a serious amount of interest since she first wrote about it – and the reactions surprised her

byron2 Source: Kerry Quinn/Bumble

She didn’t quite get the responses she expected:

For the three guys that responded quickly, I flirted aggressively and hit them with the v-pic after four to five messages. I braced myself for, “Hey, why’d you send that?” or “Whoa, where’d that come from?” Instead, I got three very lengthy… porn descriptions of what they’d like to do with that virtual vagina.

And her experiment has absolutely blown up around the world

byron3 Source: Kerry Quinn/Bumble

byron4 Source: Kerry Quinn/Bumble

Her final thoughts on it?

Overall, I was surprised that I didn’t get my, “Gotcha!” moment. I’d initially hoped the guys would see how invasive it is to receive such intimate photos from a stranger. When I’m excited to get to know a guy, his penis isn’t the first part of him that I want to know. But given that men like to send dick pics, I suppose their enthusiasm for v-pics makes sense.

No ’gotcha’ moments but enough publicity to raise even more awareness of her online dating plight.

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