Debra Messing is taking a stand against men who send unsolicited pictures of their private parts to her (and other women's) social media accounts.
The Will & Grace alum took to Twitter on Tuesday, Nov. 17, to shame an Instagram user who had done exactly that — and show him, and other potential sexual harassers, that such behavior was entirely unacceptable.
Someone sent me a DM of his very VERY large penis…. That's all.
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) November 17, 2015
"Someone sent me a DM of his very VERY large penis……that’s all," the red-haired actress, 47, tweeted.
And the Smash star followed up her initial message with a second, more graphic one, making it completely clear that sending people explicit messages was totally not cool.
"Sending pix like this," she wrote, sharing the photo which had been sent to her, but pixelating the penis, "is never OK.”
"RESPECT WOMEN. RESPECT YOURSELVES," she continued in the caption, before adding one more explanatory message to make sure she was making herself clear.
"The picture came thru my Instagram Message Requests," she wrote in the final tweet on topic. "It was unpixelated ."
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