How TikTok and Social Media Pushes for Sexual Behavior and Pornography
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How TikTok and Social Media Pushes for Sexual Behavior and Pornography

TikTok is one of the most popular, if not the most popular social media platform right now, but they're forcing its users to be hyper-sexual and unethical.
How TikTok and Social Media Pushes for Sexual Behavior and Pornography

TikTok is horrible. It's a breeding ground for leftists and people that all think alike with no room for different ideas or debates. Politics aside, because TikTok is a social media platform that relies on its users to create content, its user base can often feel pressure and anxiety to create content that isn't moral for views, for instance showing more skin, getting involved in perverted acts, and maybe even starting an OnlyFans (god forbid).

For the uninitiated OnlyFans is a platform similar to Patron in which one can post exclusive content behind a paywall, in the case of TikTok OnlyFans is often used to post explicit and nude pictures and videos of themselves; these people on OnlyFans can make up to six-figures a year by selling media of their body. TikTok is a gateway drug towards being a full-blown pornography actor or actress.

Pressure and Anxiety To Conform

As with all social media, the desire and pressure to get more likes and views trumps all; and the easiest way to get people to like you on social media is to conform and repeat the same bullshit that everyone else has said, which often is leftist propaganda. The left also pushes for "sexual freedom," even to kids, so showing skin, objectifying yourself, and acting immorally on these sites are considered "empowering."

Everyone on social media thinks alike, and there's no room for differences. If you partake these communities, you're expected to be involved politically, but you're only allowed to say how good and righteous the left is, and despise the right in the process. You're expected to think similarly to these people, not just politically, but culturally as well; you don't like rap music? You must hate black people. You don't like this [insert generic celebrity here]? Sorry but you're cancelled.

Political Censorship

This doesn't have anything to do with the title of this article, but I just wanted to point out that TikTok is a Chinese company, and they don't mess don't mess around when it comes to censorship. The Chinese will not hesitate to limit freedom of speech and thought in order to further their communist agenda. Case in point, a 17-year-old girl by the name of Ferora Aziz from New Jersey posted a video talking about the Uighurs' internment camps in China and how the Chinese government is systemically eradicating this Muslim community. TikTok later made the video unavailable after it was viewed 1.5 million times, and after Ferora pointed out that her video was taken down, TikTok denied this and then the video was made available again.

Aziz exposing TikTok's censorship

We have to understand that TikTok along with so many other social media sites rely on human moderators to moderate the community, except these human moderators are still human, and they have personal biases, the lot of which are left wing. These human moderators do not hesitate to censor and remove a post that they personally don't agree with, and there should be a more even spread of political views in these moderators.

Besides censoring political ideas, TikTok even admitted that it's also censoring users that it deems as having an "abnormal body shape, chubby, have obvious beer belly, obese, or too thin." Disabled people were also targeted by this policy. They are trying to make this harmful platform look better than it actually is by only showcasing the most "beautiful" and "attractive" people. TikTok's sad excuse for this practice is that they think this censored group is "vulnerable to cyberbullying."

The Over-sexualization of The Youth

If you've spent any time on social media you'd quickly realize how much sexual and obscene content there is, and these social media sites aren't very strict when it comes to what is allowed and what isn't. Sex and looks are idolized in today's society, and the better looking you are the more famous you'll be. The impact of the human soul and what's inside has lost significance in our society based on looks and sex. Check out this article on TikTok star Jenna Phillips, a 21-year-old woman making six-figures a month by pretending to be a dog...

TikTok star says she earns 6 figures acting like a puppy on OnlyFans
They're objectifying themselves at this point

The sad part is that the youth are being exposed to this illicit content every day, and a lot of social media sites such as TikTok are refusing to implement any sort of function to stop this. The models and dancers on social media are setting an extremely high standard with their "perfect" bodies and makeup, and they love the attention they get from showing skin also, they might even go one step further and open an OnlyFans or Patreon to sell nudes in exchange for money, which sounds eerily similar to prostitution doesn't it. These TikTokers (ew) have been brainwashed into being hyper sexual animals that can't live a single day without showcasing their body for all to see, or without having a single immoral thought.

We currently live in a timeline where the easiest way for a woman to gain money quickly and easily is to sell her body to random people on the internet, and these women feel no shame in doing so, in fact they feel empowered and in control by doing such degenerate things; the problems also not lie only in the person producing the content, but those that consume it; it's hard to overcome that natural and feral instinct to desire sexual-intercourse, so these consumers are actively reinforcing the problem.

Whether it be politics or cultural issues, you're expected to go with the grain, and if you're planning on being a content creator on TikTok and you're a female, you better be comfortable showing lots of asses, tits, and skin because that's going to be the only way you get anywhere on these toxic platforms.

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