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This isn't a symptom of porn consumption. This is at a different level of psychopathy altogether.

These men sound like a danger to themselves and/or others. Murder suicides? Eating scat? These are highly dangerous. I hope any mandatory reporter would report and not just chalk it up to 'it's just a kink'.

Those numbers... jesus. I hate TikTok with a passion because it seems to be too far out of my demographic, but the amount of people exposed to that media platform is frightening, especially with how much shit gets through it.

Bring back kink shaming. I need this shit to still be ashamed about even if everyone secretly has one or whatever - it needs to be recognized that it's exactly what it is: unhealthy thoughts, and that indulging in them should be kept to strictly fantasy in the mind and no where else.

I can see why these girls are supporting sex work

"Go do this shit to some other woman"

This.....isn’t ok

It's extremely disturbing, very not okay. I'm glad so many of them are ex's. I hope those young women realize that those men aren't remarkable or unusual, they are the new normal, and that they are better off seeking companionship, even if it's sexless, with other women, and divesting as much as possible from men.

"but some women really like sex!!!!"

I see this sentiment repeatedly, even here.

The thing is, I'm sure in theory that could be true, but I'm convinced that the majority of heterosexual women (or bi women who've only been with men) haven't actually had sex. The stats on how few women ever get to orgasm during "sex" with men to me proves this: if it involves a woman but doesn't include or end in a female orgasm, at least one, then it isn't sex. What's really going on, by and large, is that men are using women's bodies as masturbation aids (and gestation chambers), and that is being passed-off as "sex". And girls and young women are brainwashed into thinking they "like it". I am in serious doubt they can say they like sex if they haven't had sex. I'm generalizing, of course, but I think I made my point clear enough.

The scary thing is, I can see some women feeling guilty for wanting to leave a man after he ‘trusts me enough to share’ and the whole ‘no kink shaming’ thing keeping her there

So much of the recent shift is male serving.

Ugh. My poor daughter

If I had a daughter dating age, I don't know what I'd do. Be trying really hard to encourage her to be celibate if she was attracted to men, I guess.