Woman Responds To Unsolicited Dick Pic By Sending It To His Mom And She Actually Replied
Madi Kohn, a 20-year-old Arizona State University student, is tired of receiving unsolicited dick pics from random dudes on the internet.
So much so, that in her Tinder bio, she warns men who think it's OK to send her dick pics that she will send them to their mothers.
In an interview with BuzzFeed, Kohn said that several men she'd match with on Tinder would joke with her about this specific line in her profile. But one dude couldn't take the hint. Kohn didn't actually match with him on Tinder. He allegedly stalked her IG profile and started sending a bunch of explicit DMs, and one of them was, indeed, a dick pic.
Madi, livid, decided to make good on her Tinder profile's promise and find this guy's mom. He had his full name listed on his Instagram page, and then looked for him on Facebook. As there were only a handful of Facebook profiles with the sender's full name, and only one in Arizona, Kohn was convinced she had her man. Then after browsing through his friends online, she found his mom and sent her a screenshot of the pic.
Along with a message asking her to speak to her son and tell him not to send unsolicited dick pics to women.
Kohn heard back from the guy's mom a day later, who apologized both in Spanish and English.
Kohn was surprised by the mom's apologetic response and was happy that "she wasn't turning around and attacking [her]."
BuzzFeed managed to contact the guy on Facebook, who responded with the following:
"I will say this. If that was 'me' what she did was illegal. You can't share those types of 'private' pics without consent. I am not sure if you are aware of that. My mom, my sister, other family members, my friends—no one cared. I think the fact that no one cared pushed her of [sic] the edge to try to make a big deal out of this. My mom knows very little English so I don't know if she understood what was going on. She was just surprised by the picture she was sent from her. She apologized the best she could because she did not know what was going. She called me and just told me about it."
The man had changed his Instagram profile name and removed his last name from it, as well. He also said he won't press charges against Kohn, as long as she doesn't reach out to his family again.
Kohn says that she thought, for the most part, her Tinder bio made most guys think twice before sending her dick pics, even if there are some who "test...it" and "push...it to the limit." She went on to say that she hopes making good on her promise can send a message, loud and clear, that women won't stand for unsolicited dick pics. (h/t buzzfeed)