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Debra Messing Goes On Epic Twitter Rant After Receiving A Penis Picture — See Tweets

Fri, November 20, 2015 9:57am EDT by 2 Comments
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Debra Messing has a message for men everywhere: stop sending women pictures of your penis. Deb took to Twitter to share an explicit photo she received– unsolicited– before going on an epic rant. See what she had to say!

Debra Messing, 47, is telling men to “respect women, respect yourselves,” and stop sending pictures of your genitals. The epic smackdown of unsolicited penis pics came after Deb herself received a very blush-inducing photo on Instagram– which the Mysteries of Laura star decided to then share with her 259,000 Twitter followers. Like we said, epic. See her rant below!


So, on Nov. 16, Debra posted a screenshot of a direct message she had received on Instagram, of an erect penis, alongside two emojis that, frankly, we don’t need to name here. Deb did her followers the service of blurring out the photo, and went on to explain he disturbing image. “Someone sent me a DM of his VERY large penis… That’s all,” she wrote alongside the pic.

On top of the photo, Debra wrote the words “sending pics like this is NEVER ok.” But Deb was nowhere near done– actually she published a series of tweets, condemning this guy and all others who think this sort of behavior is acceptable. “This picture came through my Instagram message requests. It was unpixelated.”

Anyways, many outlets began to pick up Deb’s situation as a story, something which she found kind of ironic. When she expressed surprise a Twitter user reminded her that she’s famous, which she didn’t really think had anything to do with it. “My tweets have never gotten the attention of the media before,” she wrote. “I guess when you say ‘dick pix’ all bets are off” she added.

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We’re with ya, Deb, in fighting the good fight against harassing photos! What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Is Deb right to be so worked up about this?

— Casey Mink