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Feeling overwhelmed looking for the best fitness gear? Our goal with this website is to make it easier for you. Kerry Quinn, from Los Angeles, has received many unsolicited pictures of male genitalia, so the 27-year-old decided to send a vagina picture unsuspecting guys on the dating app Bumble. By Carly Stern For Dailymail. These days, young single women know all too well the feelings of horror and disgust that come from opening up a text from a potential date and finding an unsolicited picture of his genitals. Kerry Quinn is one such woman.
Far from being met with the same shock and revulsion that many women express in similar situations however, the Los Angeles resident was surprised to find that every single one of the men who responded wanted to meet her, with several returning gross and often hilarious replies. Kerry said of her experience with dating apps as a single woman. But when it came time to try this pick-up tactic on her own, she wasn’t ready to send out actual pictures of her own vagina. Instead, she searched online and eventually settled on one that had her skin tone and looked ‘cute’.
She then downloaded Bumble, a dating app she chose because it allows users to send pictures within the app, instead of having to move to actual text messages. If I was going to send vaje pics willy-nilly, I didn’t want to have too many weirdos knowing my phone number,’ she explained frankly. Once it was on her phone, she searched for men aged 22 to 60 and swiped right on everyone who popped up on her screen. When she matched with 100, she sent each of them a quick note reading ‘hello handsome’ to start the conversation. Three men responded to Kerry immediately. She flirted heavily with them and, after four or five messages, sent each the pre-selected ‘v-pic’.
Though many women feel that similar treatment from men constitutes sexual harassment, the men perhaps desensitized by the increasingly prevalence of online pornography, seemed unfazed. Not only did they not freak out as Kerry expected, but many sent long, detailed replies explaining just what they would like to do to the vagina in the photo. Undeterred, Kerry tried a different tactic with the next round of men who responded. This time she sent them the v-pic immediately after they replied to her ‘hello handsome’ message. Byron, who got right to the point. You have the most perfect vajaja I wanna meet her,’ wrote Jeff, who seemed to be unable to spell the vaginal nickname ‘vajayjay’, which was coined on a 2006 episode of Grey’s Anatomy.