So, despite our constant jokes and straight up rejection, many men still seem to think it's perfectly ok to send women unsolicited intimate photos.
But as we know, that is not always the case.
One woman has come up with a rather daring way to combat the problem – send the picture to their mother.
Like many woman, Rebecca McGregor was sick of being sent unwanted snaps from eager men, so much show that her Instagram bio now reads, “Do not ask for/send me nudes”.
And as one man recently found out, she was serious about her request.
After receiving a nude photograph from someone called Glenn on Snapchat, Rebecca took a screenshot of the conversation, found his mother on Facebook, and sent it to her, along with the message:
“Hey doll, I see you're listed at [sic] Glenn's mother? I think you need to have a chat with your son on how to approach women – see attached xx”
Now, we'll be the first to say that she could have gone about this a different way and perhaps contacting his mother wasn't completely necessary, but you've got to give it to her, the girl's got guts.
Rebecca then uploaded the picture to Facebook (again, not a great move), and the post now has over 4,000 reactions, 1,000 comments and 1,000 shares.
It seems many people assume Rebecca is asking to receive unwanted images because of her career as a lingerie photographer and boudoir model, but as we can see, this couldn't be further from the truth.
She then followed up with two more screenshots showing examples of the types of messages she is sent on a regular basis.
“Don’t complain when they get sent to your fam because you didn’t listen to me,” she wrote.
“So the only other option I have left is to have your fam speak to you and educate if not re-educate you that when someone says NO it means NO.”
Of course, not everyone was on board with the in which Rebecca chose to teach this man a lesson.
One user wrote, "Glenn’s mum didn't deserve this, no one deserves this, and the condescending way you spoke to her was quite frankly disgusting."
And they've got a point to be fair.
There are many lessons to be learned here:
No.1 – It's never cool to send someone an unwanted picture, especially when they've specifcially said no.
N0.2 – Sending said picture to someone's mother and posting it online to for the world to see, isn't much better.