The proliferation of social media outlets seems to have caused what used to be called "common sense" to not be so common any longer. Young adults, teens and even younger children have unfettered access to social media where they often post photos and written messages that are, at minimum, not normally acceptable in what would be known as polite society. Nude photos of underage males and females, often of those who have no knowledge of said photos being taken for whatever reason, are all over the place and there to be seen by everyone with a mind to search for them. Emails, texts and tweets are posted containing the most vile messages of racial intolerance, sexual references, threats of mass violence and direct personal attacks intended to make the targets of such messages feel inferior to the originators of the postings. Recently the bulk of the attention on these communications has been focused on things put out there from several college fraternity/sorority chapters, most notably the racial themed chant from the University of Oklahoma fraternity and the bullying directed at several members of the UMBC women's lacrosse team among others.