The first sentence on 20-year-old Madison Kohn’s profile for the dating app Tinder was clear: If anyone sent her an unsolicited explicit photo, she would send it to their mom. 

One man man tested her. 

Kohn, an Arizona State University student, said she received an explicit photo from a man who found her Instagram page and had been messaging her there. 

“He was sending kind of creepy and kind of gross and annoying things to me,” Kohn told BuzzFeed News, adding that she had never replied. 

She saw the man’s full name on his Instagram page so she looked him up on Facebook, found a profile that appeared to be his mother’s and messaged her, she told BuzzFeed News. 

She posted a few screenshots from the ordeal on Twitter, where they went viral. Her tweet has been liked more than 20,000 times in about a week. 

She messaged the mother, according to screenshots she posted: “Can you please tell him not to send unsolicited pictures to women? I did not ask for it.”

Kohn told BuzzFeed News that the woman replied and said she would talk with her son. 

She posted on Facebook that she is “glad I could speak up and have my voice heard about a trending issue with women.”

Attempts by azcentral to reach the student were not successful.


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