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They posted Instagram videos of their “roomie” struggles with Ikea runs and furniture assembly, and Hill once helped Underwood put a bed frame together with duct tape.(Underwood declined to comment for this story.) It was this image of a quintessential millennial—scrappy and resourceful, full of youthful chutzpah—that colored Hill’s arrival in Washington.But for millennials who are young and single in the age of dating apps, leaked nudes may soon become ubiquitous—and could eventually be considered as scandalous as a past divorce or a failed business: just another part of life.
(Hill is accused of an affair with a legislative staffer, not a committee staffer.) She and Hill moved in together to save on costs of housing in DC, since the two millennial lawmakers were both short on cash compared to their older, wealthier colleagues.But all those sexual messages can be easily weaponized by disgruntled exes or abusers: a 2016 study from the journal Data & Society found that 1 in 25 Americans—roughly 10.4 million people—have either had their photos posted without their consent or else had someone threaten to do so. The weaponization of nudes is a 21st century sex crime, one that state and federal officials have done little to address.Hill’s nudes, including one of her combing her campaign staffer’s hair while naked, were leaked to a conservative blog and to the Daily Mail, which forced Hill to admit to the affair and apologize.Technology provides new and humiliating ways to document sexual encounters, and all sexual encounters—especially when they involve a public figure—are now subjected to brutal public dissection.Hill may be the first millennial lawmaker to have to grapple with this particularly thorny 21st century code of conduct, but she won’t be the last.Matt Gaetz, a millennial Republican who opposes Hill on most political issues but served with her on the Armed Services Committee.“Who among us would look perfect if every ex leaked every photo/text?But Hill’s premature departure from the Capitol also hints at a political peril that is heightened for digital natives like her.“I never claimed to be perfect,” she said in a teary video to supporters. When he got a notification she had “liked” him on the app, he messaged her immediately.She quickly responded, “hey :)” “I was amazed she was interested in me,” he said.