Teenage girl found "teenage daughter porn" in her dad's devices

I don’t know if any of you saw that. There was recently a young woman who posted on tiktok videos showing her father’s search history on Google and it was full of “teenage daughter” “flat teen” porn on it etc. She recorded videos “denouncing” her father’s behavior on tiktok. Some people kind of turned on “against her” saying that she was repressing her father’s “sexuality” in a way (I don’t know exactly what term people used), but the large mayority sided with her, even suggesting her to flee, go to court against her father etc. Apparently, everything indicates that, the videos in question are those generic videos from big porn sites that have these crazy titles, but it’s in fact all staging and there are not actual teenagers. But in any case, many people had a strong position against her father, including asking for his arrest on twitter, there is even a video in which the girl says that all that is “straight up child pornography”. Anyway, what do you think about all this? Which side would they be on? How do you feel about it?
I’m going to leave here two twitter links with two of these videos for you guys to see with your own eyes and not stay just with my description, because English is not my first language (so maybe I “got something wrong” ?idk):

Hm, I have a counter proposal… Shouldn’t the sons who look up “mother-son” porn and the daughters who look up “father-daughter” porn be in trouble too?

Incest porn (with actors, not actual relatives) is a popular genre on porn sites… Why aren’t those videos all taken down? For that matter, people who do watch incest porn aren’t even necessarily thinking about their actual relatives when they view it, as I’m pretty sure most people who watch porn don’t have relatives who could pass for porn stars.

Same with (consenting) rape porn, she’s basically insulting a legitimate genre within the porn industry because it’s “weird.” Nevermind the actors and actresses are consenting and probably like this, along with it being very popular…

This girl sounds overly sensitive and judgmental. Like she and the people in the comments are a step away from ruining someone’s life over the things he fantasizes about.

Now if this were actual CP and actual rape, that would be an entirely different matter, but it’s not (as far as I can see) and the daughter and people on Twitter want to ruin a man’s life because they feel like it.

Reminds me of Chester the Molester’s creator drawing weird comics and the court of public opinion came to the conclusion, “This guy has to be molesting his daughter” based on that alone. No evidence or anything, he was weird so he was a criminal in their eyes and they wouldn’t stop until they found something to put him away for. A comic strip was “proof” he was a monster, but it was thankfully overturned because making a comic isn’t indicative of being a menace to society. This girl and the people on Twitter/Til Tok… Are essentially the same breed as those Puritans.

As an aside, why in the name of all that is sacred is someone looking for their parent’s porn search history? That seems way weirder… I’m pretty sure the vast majority of human beings don’t want to know what their parents get off too. It seems she was looking for a reason to be offended.

Basically, no crime is taking place here. No real CSAM as far as I can tell, no actual rapes were uploaded… It’s just disgust being aroused in these people and that’s apparently punishable… Homosexuality between consenting partners aroused disgust, so did interracial relationships… It’s just the same logic Puritans use.

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There’s something about her facial expressions, eye movements, vocal patterns and the camera angles she’s using that makes me immediately distrust her. Normally that goes against “don’t judge a book by its cover” but there’s just so much more here that makes be suspicious.

If her father actually was looking at child pornography, why vlog about it?? Why be so open and public about something so sensitive in a way that’s shocking and potentially incriminating??

I’m going to assume that there is probably much more to this than she’s letting on. I can sort of see why she’d feel scared or afraid about this, but I’d at least talk to him or tell some other relative or authority figure about it and confront him. Just because he consumes teen porn doesn’t mean he’s at risk of abusing her or her friends.

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Funny you mention that, she doesn’t seem to be taking it seriously if it’s actual CSAM and seems to be smiling somewhat in some parts. When listing the search results, pay attention to how she smiles after every time. She even smiles at the very end of the video.

If there was a a crime taking place, it would make more sense to go to the police as opposed to advertising this online first… It really isn’t adding up, especially the relaxed/amused demeanor she’s giving off when talking about her father apparently viewing illegal content. Really, I don’t believe anyone would be smiling coyly about finding out their parent views CSAM and actual rape videos.

Based on that, and the fact that she didn’t go to the police if this is an actual crime… This seems more like clout chasing and shaming to me.

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I totally agree with you on that. And the worst thing is that this was the first post I found to put it here, there are other viral posts on twitter about it with thousands and thousands of people wanting to crucify her father … it seems that these people live in a bubble, imagine when they discover that millions of people watch this type of porn daily( and probably the vast majority of them have never practiced incest or are hebiophiles in real life) … :neutral_face:

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I am not a big fan of this facial expression / body language thing, but in fact her reaction really is very strange in general (IMO)

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Twitter is a literal echo chamber, unsure about Tik Tok. But yeah, thing people have to remember about porn us it isn’t real and people who consume incest porn aren’t even necessarily thinking about their actual relatives when they do it.

People like this are easily offended, doesn’t matter if something is legal (or moral), if it disgusts them that’s enough to be guilty of… Something. This sort of non-sense ruins the lives (and potentially livelihoods) of innocent people for no reason beyond, “We don’t like it!”

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Yes. We’re om the same point. Sad reality!

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