posted on Jun, 18 2017 @ 03:46 AM
a reply to: violet
I just read the article and have to say as someone who always loved horror and scary things [from as young as 5] and couldn't stand my parents
telling me non-scary stories, some of the content written about seems a bit too sensitive. Like the 'demonic' Peppa Pig. If that was indeed an
episode, it would have been my favourite as a kid.
What I am saying is that whilst a lot of kids are woosses, the majority loves a little danger/scary stuff. Just showing nice stuff to kids isn't at
all helpful for their development [you should read orginal German fairy tales, they'd be banned nowadays - which they are sort of by being changed
into wooss versions]
Now, having said that, the videos with the two kids...that's a whole other story. They are not scary and they are not for children.
It is absolutely clear that they are made for pervert adults, disguised as kids videos.
I would bet that the vast majority watching these are dodgy and grown up. The whole imagery reminds you of porn and there are deliberate scenes based
It's blatant but nobody can do anything about it because it looks as if it's for kids.
I have noticed similar practices on ebay, not with kids but with adults. There are [clearly adult males], dressed in tight cheap skirts with high
heels, not really disguising much the fact that they are clearly male. The clothes are dead cheap [and look it] and I came to the conclusion that they
are not actually selling anything, but are catering very probably to their own sexual fantasies [being photographed in tight women's clothes for
everyone to see] or even others who get off on this.
Again, legally they are not doing anything wrong yet they are able to live out their fetish in plain view.
That's what I think is going on in those kids videos too. It's a grey area and it's being exploited.