Girl’s Threesome Ends Up Online, and She Refuses to Be Shamed For It

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Alexis Frulling. Photo courtesy Maryjane Peters

We live in a digital world. Sometimes that’s really awesome, and sometimes, that really sucks. In this case, it’s kinda both. Alexis Frulling, a beautiful Canadian woman, recently got caught up in the mix when a threesome with her friends went viral.

So here’s what happened: Everybody was just chillin’, headed to a Wiz Khalifa concert. On the way, Alexis and two of her friends got this bright idea to have a threesome. So according to VICE.com, the friends pulled over and found a dark alleyway to get their freak on. Unbeknownst to them, a pervert was spying on them from above and recorded the whole thing.

A few days later, the video went up on Reddit and it went viral. Of course, all of of this was done without any of their consent. Obviously, if this had happened to most of us, we’d be in the fetal position, in a dark room, crying. But for Alexis, this isn’t something she feels she needs to be ashamed of.

“I can’t say I’m proud about it,” she says in the video, referring to the threesome, “but I’m not ashamed.”

After the video began to circulate, and after much speculation, Alexis decided that she was going to take control of her own narrative.

“I thought, This is fucking stupid. I’m not going to have all of these people hating on me.So I was like, ‘You know what, it was me.’ So many people have done this before and just didn’t get caught. This isn’t fair. I don’t see why I should get bashed for it when the guys don’t get bashed for it.”

Since then, Alexis has created a Facebook fan page, which now has 14,000 likes.

Basically, she’s like “f*ck you and your double standards.”

I’m not sure how I would have handled this, but I think Alexis chose the right course of action. I mean, really, how LAME is it to put someone’s sex acts on the internet without their consent? Same goes for nudes, revenge porn, and the like. It’s just disgusting.

As Rebecca Sullivan, the head of women’s studies at the University of Calgary, said in an interview with Postmedia News:

“We shouldn’t be discussing whether people should be doing this or not, we should be discussing why it’s OK for everyone to be so abusive. To the abusers: ‘What are you getting out of it, what are you achieving, and what is it about yourself that you like yourself as an abuser?'”

All I have to say is, kudos to you Alexis. The shaming really has to end. We’re all sexual creatures, and we have the right to make choices about our bodies, so long as they don’t harm others. And frankly, women are tired of being put in boxes, and expected to live up to these extremely rigid standards. I’m not saying you need to go have sex in an alley, but I’m sure MANY of us have had public sex. Lots of us have probably had threesomes, and PLENTY of us have had a drunk night or 100 that could have easily ended up on the internet. So give the girl a break.

Check out one of Alexis’ videos below:

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