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It a mirror of the society that we live in.power, women, leaders, stereotypes, and gender inequality
I think it actually depends on the kind of relationship you have with the person you took the picture with. Come to think of it , so far as the person agreed to taking the picture there is consent, but to be on the safer side you can ask to save you any troubles
Mindset and ‘ politrick’
What ever choice or decision you make , you do not have a right over a persons life. It sad it ended that way.
truth be told, i would not allow not.