When the famous nude photos hit the web, you know what’s happening: Celebrities are trying to cover up for their own personal indiscretions.
But that doesn’t mean they don’t have their work cut out for them.
A new study from the University of Minnesota shows that the people most at risk of being targeted by these photos are white, middle-class women.
The study was conducted to answer the question, How much damage is done to women’s reputations if they post a nude picture of themselves?
According to the study, the majority of the people targeted are white women.
They are disproportionately targeted by the photos, which is why they have been targeted for their private lives.
The study, which was published online Monday in the Journal of Social Psychology, shows that women who have had a nude photo posted on social media are more likely to suffer sexual harassment, depression and anxiety.
The survey also revealed that white women, the most likely to be targeted by a nude image, are also most likely that to experience sexual harassment.
In fact, the researchers found that the more women in the study were harassed, the more likely they were to have a photo posted.
The researchers found women who had a photo of themselves that was more than two years old were the most at-risk of being sexually harassed.
The more time they had spent in the nude, the less likely they would be to be sexually harassed, said Emily Brown, a doctoral student in psychology and lead author of the study.
Brown said the results could have a ripple effect on the way women and men deal with sexual harassment in the workplace.
The findings could have an impact on how companies deal with harassment, she said.
It could mean that a female employee who is harassed and retaliated against in the work place may face retaliation or retaliation against her coworkers, Brown said.
“The way these models are operating, the way they portray themselves and the way the models are interacting with their peers, is incredibly problematic and makes them more vulnerable than they would have been otherwise,” Brown said in a statement.
“The idea that a model can be treated like a commodity for sexual exploitation is very troubling,” Brown added.
“It reinforces the idea that these models can be used to perpetuate exploitation.”
The study is based on data collected between 2011 and 2014 from 1,051 U.S. college students.
Brown and her co-authors are interested in the effects that social media has on how women and girls see themselves and what they do to protect themselves.
The data was gathered via a questionnaire that asked participants questions about how often they had posted a nude or semi-nude image, whether they had had a sexual experience with a stranger or a friend, whether a sexual act had happened in the past 12 months, whether the person they are dating or intimate partner was interested in sex, whether or not they had ever been sexually harassed and if so, how often.
The questions also asked participants if they would ever post nude photos on social networking sites.
Brown said the data was taken from a survey that had only been conducted online for two years, so there is no evidence of the actual number of women who responded.
Brown noted that the survey questions have been collected by universities for years, and the responses are consistent.
However, the findings could not be generalized to the general population because of the small sample size, Brown added, noting that only about 1 in 10 women reported a sexual encounter with a man.
The findings come amid a wave of sexual harassment accusations against the entertainment industry, including allegations that actresses were harassed and assaulted by men who worked in the industry.
A slew of high-profile Hollywood actresses and other figures, including Harvey Weinstein, have been accused of sexual misconduct, including unwanted touching, rape and harassment.
But Brown and other researchers say that many of the accusations against celebrities and other women are false.
Brown has worked to educate celebrities about the effects of sexual assault on women.
She is also working to change how people are viewed in the media, as well as how they behave in public spaces.
While the results of the survey may not be universally applicable to everyone, Brown hopes that the results will serve as a reminder that sexual harassment is a serious issue that deserves serious attention, she added.