I have read multiple news stories about 18 year old Butler Community College student Emily Sander, and in every single one
it is pointed out in great gory detail how she led a “secret double life as an internet porn star”. At the conclusion of this
article, which focuses almost entirely on the details of her internet presence, it is noted that: “…Sander’s Internet activity had no connection to her disappearance. “The issue of the Internet and the spinoff of that has been literally crippling our investigation” [Police Chief Tom Boren] said.”
Fabulous. The patriarchal bias of the media has inhibited the investigators and likely delayed the discovery of her body. Hell, the approximate date of her death is not mentioned in the article; for all we know, she may have been held captive during the early part of the investigation. Had the media not been so needlessly and insultingly focused on what she chose to post on the internet, perhaps she could have been saved.
Someone stop the planet. I think I’d like to get off now.