Nearly 15,000 people are fans of the Facebook group "Make Them Famous for Military Exes," which seeks to expose people who have cheated on military spouses while they were deployed. The dozens of gleeful comments accompanying each photo
The anonymous moderator behind "Make Them Famous for Military Exes" asks for photos of both men and women to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, but the vast majority of photos are of women
Does that mean they deserve to be harassed by hundreds of strangers on Facebook? No. Especially given that we don't know the whole story.
The moderator occasionally posts photos of men, and says he doesn't "want to hear anything about sexism and so forth" because he doesn't discriminate, but it's obvious that the site is focused on shaming women. Both men and women send in photos of "tag chasers," even if both people involved were clearly at fault.
Want some examples? (explicit material)