After RH Reality Check exposed O'Donnell, the pro-abortion group received a significant amount of pushback online. The webpage that used to display the article now has a message that reads, "404: There's nothing at this URL. Or try searching at the top right to find what you're looking for." The pro-abortion group's Twitter account has also deleted all references to the now-junked article, and Jacobson has since "apologized" for the doxxing."Our reporting on O'Donnell was intended to focus on the hypocrisy of a person who has and wants to enjoy sexual freedom and autonomy all while seeking to deny this right to others. "[O]ur piece clearly crossed a line by providing far too much information about her personal life, which in turn made it seem like we were engaging in the same practice of shaming someone for sex we decry on the right." "Again, I take full responsibility for these mistakes and we have recommitted ourselves to and reinforced the editorial processes we normally have in place to ensure these kind of things do not happen," she added." My least favorite part of online dating is that I've really made a connection with several guys who ended up being super sweet, but not right for me.It's always really disappointing when a guy looks great on paper and it doesn't work out."That changed yesterday, when RH Reality Check identified O'Donnell's accounts on the dating site Ok Cupid, and using the same handle, her account on the photo-sharing site, Instagram.We also identified her account on Fet Life.com," the article added, "a site that provides the 'easiest ways to find new kinky friends.'" RH Reality Check dug through years of photos, including pictures of O'Donnell's friends and family, personal information, references to O'Donnell's reading preferences, Instagram posts, public records and dating surveys.
Speed Date's Analysis of Millions of Online Dates Show That Elements Such as Age and Gender Play an Important Role in Willingness to Date Outside of One's Own Ethnicity SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - October 27, 2010) - Speed Date.com, the world's first and largest speed dating website, today released key findings on dating preferences based on a random sampling of 1.7 million dates over the course of 18 months.For one pro-abortion media group, exposing personal and private information, a practice known as "doxxing," seems like perfectly acceptable behavior, especially if the target is supposedly "anti-choice." RH Reality Check published, and then retracted, an article this week revealing the alleged sexual preferences of Holly Kaitlyn O'Donnell, the whistleblower at the center of a series of videos aimed at uncovering Planned Parenthood's practice of harvesting fetal organs.O'Donnell reportedly has a profile on Ok Cupid and Fet (short for "fetish life").Though Coutts claims she and her employers are open-minded people accepting of others' sexual preferences, the article nevertheless features a heavy dosage of moral preening.
"[O]n one hand, the fact that O'Donnell does not conform to the anti-choice stereotype suggests that perhaps the 24-year-old drew her own conclusions about fetal tissue donation after observing the practices she claims to have witnessed in her prior job, and not because of any pre-existing ideological or political views," Coutts wrote.Her "apology" includes a plea for donations and a timely but seemingly out-of-nowhere swipe at disgraced reality TV star Josh Duggar.