A 20 year-old Canadian woman is fighting back after being “slut-shamed” when a video of her public threesome went viral last week.
According to Daily Mail, Alexis Frulling was filmed having sex with two friends at the Calgary Stampede last week. The threesome was filmed without the knowledge or consent of Alexis and her partners, and it was upload to Reddit, where it quickly went viral.
Now, Alexis has come forward to say she has no regrets about what she did.
Alexis and her friends were on their way to a Wiz Khalifa concert during the Stampede, which is an annual rodeo and exhibition festival in Alberta. Alexis said that the trio suddenly got the urge to have sex, so they went down a “discrete downtown alley between industrial buildings” and did the dirty deed.
They were filmed secretly by a witness who has not yet been identified, and the video was seen by hundreds of thousands of people all over the world before it was taken down. Even still, images of the threesome are widely available online.
Afterwards, Alexis’s identity leaked when online users matched up her face and clothing to pictures on her social media accounts. Though she has since been labeled a “slut” online, her male friends have remained virtually unscathed from the scandal.
“I don’t see why I should get bashed for it when the guys don’t get bashed for it,” she told the press. “We meant for this to be just between us and our friend group, but it all backfired.”
Alexis, who works as a dancer, has now taken the situation into her own hands by posting a viral video of her own in which she hits back at her haters. It’s called “Trampede,” and it’s already been viewed 3.4 million times.
“I can’t say I’m really proud of what happened, but I’m not really ashamed,” she said in the video. “People have asked me if I regret it – and I don’t. If you regret things, how are you going to move forward with your life?”
“Who doesn’t make bad decisions?” she added.
Alexis has also started a Facebook page, and has been booked for a number of “appearances” at clubs all over Canada.
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