Three women were "air drying" in the nude at a Florida rest stop before they led officers on a wild highway chase , according to police. Officers were responding to a "suspicious persons" call at an I rest area in Pasco County, Florida, at around 11 a. Wednesday when they saw the women "standing in the nude putting on suntan lotion," according to dispatch audio. The women, later identified as Oasis Mcleod, 18, Jeniyah Mcleod, 19, and Cecilia Young, 19, told the responding officer that they were "air drying" after showering, according to Florida Highway Patrol. They jumped into a vehicle and fled the scene as the officer tried to gather their information, leading authorities on a long and wild chase, FHP said in a statement.
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Braving traffic on the highway after a long, dry day at work left Molly feeling drained and dehydrated. She leaned on the horn and shouted, "Move your fat behind, you darn fool! Her own car was ten years old and dented all over. They should make way for her because they all had more to lose than she did.
The attention around deepfakes and synthetic media has grown in recent months. But while the conversation has primarily focused on its potential impact on politics , several experts in human rights and tech ethics have warned that another potential harm has been overlooked: the possibly devastating consequences for women and other vulnerable populations who are targeted with the technology but cannot protect themselves. The app specifically targeted women. Vice found that the software only generated images of the female body, even when given a picture of a man.
Thousands of women appear to be using the internet to share sexual fantasies of abuse involving children. An investigation by The Independent on Sunday found a series of websites that depict female-perpetrated child abuse as "natural, educational and enjoyable" for children. Users log into online forums to meet other "like-minded" web users and to share personal childhood experiences about sexual acts with adults that they say include mothers, teachers and babysitters. User profiles on one website monitored by the IoS claimed to be those of teachers, doctors and retired grandmothers with an interest in "young girls" and "lesbian incest". The postings on such sites — assuming they are not posted by men — run counter to the widely held belief that female abusers are either anomalies or feel forced into such depravity by abusive men.