We’ve all seen videos — life hacks, cooking videos, and more that’s so silly you’d think, “Nobody’s actually going to do that.” Sure, many of them flirt with the association that can come from our confused reactions, which I thought “let me make fun of this by sharing it,” but some of these videos are straight fetish videos disguised as life hacks and other types of content. Like, check This video which is intended to show the application of a spray tattooor this Video of a bride cutting a bride’s dress. Something is clearly going on here – maybe it’s not so obvious what It happens, but you can be sure that someone, somewhere, is snapping at it.
TikTok’s policy bans videos depicting sexual fetishism, but how to define “fetish” can be slippery. Life hacks, comedy, or prank videos may not show people in latex and chains, but they share so many familiar metaphors and constructs with fetish content and depict things so out of the ordinary, that it’s hard not to see them as porn. pornographic someoneIn any case.
How to discover hidden pagan videos
Back in 1964, when Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart had to describe obscenity, he famously said, “I know it when I see it.” The same rule applies to hidden videos on TikTok. These videos are often not overtly sexual, but the upbeat porn soundtrack and towering photography style scream “porn,” even if the object being stared at is food or slime. paying off This video is from 5 Minute Crafts Let’s see what I mean. On the one hand, they’re innocent images of a woman spreading some corn, showing you how to make a new kind of hot dog, and biting off a cow’s tongue, but Come. It’s straight hardcore porn for people into this sort of thing.
The other particularly annoying hallmark of these types of videos is the anticipation and buildup—that breathless waiting for a climax that can last for minutes. Sure, it might be the big moment Flush a toilet full of cleaning suppliesbut that accumulation-release structure is pornography 101. Another example: this video with infinite accumulation reveals Strange reveals pregnancy fetishor this video of–Something.
Foot fetish videos on TikTok
TikTok can officially tell its users that it doesn’t allow fetish content, however Begging foot fetishes vary. There are tons of videos of people giving foot moisturizing tips and massage tips, people stepping on gross things, and more. Suspicious content associated with the foot, is ground zero for people in it. Like check this out “Acupressure Video” from 5 Minute Craftsand told me that it was not porn aimed at pedicures (not that there was anything wrong with that).
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Food cravings and a scattering of videos on TikTok
Sitophilia is a form of fetishism in which participants are aroused by situations involving food. On TikTok this manifests itself in videos featuring feeding idols, messy food content, and more. Take a look at this A very flavourful chicken recipe, for example. Or the videos under the Muckbang hashtag, where many of the most popular videos are featured Young women eat food ‘suggestively’. It’s messy, weirdly personal, and obviously sexual – 100% fetish videos.
Splashing is closely associated with messy food. Also known as “wet and messy,” fans of this fetish are turned on by massive amounts of messy material covering a person or thing. could be food (beansAnd chocolate syrupetc.) or it could be another substance eg clayAnd slimeor fee (It could be Gentiles specific). But whatever you want to see dumped on someone, you can see it on TikTok.
Just straight slavery
Liking or tying up another person sounds common enough to be “vanilla,” but technically, it’s a fetish. You have to hide them on TikTok, but the trick is to be easily seen. Sometimes bondage videos are presented as Lessons for how to escape from restrictionAnd “Comedy” videos featuring superheroes on leasheslike this, which is Just behind-the-scenes footage from a bondage photoshootWhat’s this new secret: Just a woman tying her sister. “
What does it all Means?
To recap: Fetishists on TikTok like messy stuff, expectation, hooking people, and weird food concoctions. These are all things that interest children, too. The minimum age for TikTok is 13, so this kind of content is put in front of countless kids, and it clearly aligns with them. Whether and how this will affect someone is really unknown of course, but allowing bottom feeders who would do anything for opinions (maybe) to influence our children’s psyche is part of the big experiment we’re running on humanity right now, so I think we We’ll find out before too long.
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