'Journalist' Proposes Making Porn Videos Just For Kids

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Picture this: a whole genre of porn created just for children – complete with all the nudity, graphic physical acts and exposed genitalia, but without all the kinky bits.

Actually, don’t picture that. Please don’t. It's gross.

But as bizarre as the idea of a kids' porn channel is, that’s exactly what one so-called “journalist” proposed on Twitter – before quickly deleting the post after getting…well, a not-so-fantastic response from even the most marginally decent of social media users.

Twitter blue-checkmarked Flora Gill (who, according to her bio, has written for GQ, goes by she/her pronouns, and has written pieces like "I Admit It, I Hate Men," just so you know what we’re dealing with here) apparently lost whatever had originally passed for her brain and openly suggested for all to see:

“Someone needs to create porn for children.”

Yep. And she wasn’t done. 

“Hear me out,” Gill continued, determined to dig her hole of shame even deeper.

“Young teens are already watching porn but they’re finding hard core, aggressive videos that give a terrible view of sex. They need entry level porn! A soft core site where everyone asks for consent and no one gets choked etc.” 
 

Gill
 

Uh….yeah. Because the level of kink is the real problem when it comes to teaching young people about having healthy sex lives - you know, ones that might involve something more than anatomy and temporary lust.

So now this premise, as I understand it, is that because teens are easily exposed to nasty explicit videos on the interwebs, rather than try and teach them some form of basic morality and establish better habits than sitting around viewing violent, hardcore porn, Gill’s solution is to ease them into the world of cheap meaningless sex between strangers by making direct-to-kid videos where yeah, sure, everyone gets naked and romps around in a crude mockery of a sacred intimate act, but they have to sign a waiver first and nobody has to wear a ball gag. That’ll teach them basic respect and a healthy lifestyle!  

And lest you think perhaps Gill meant 18-to-20-somethings when she says “children” (which wouldn’t be much better, but hey), think again. In a follow-up tweet to her already dreadful first one, Gill confirmed that she did, in fact, mean “children,” tweeting: “To clarify – children means under 18. I’m talking about 14/15/16 year olds.”

Yikes.

Of course, it didn’t take long for the rest of Twitter, even being the cesspool that it is, to jump on Gill’s hot take and tear it apart for being just as awful as it sounds – so much so that the journo deleted both tweets and instead tried to shift the blame to those sharing screenshots of her idiocy.

“Apropos of nothing I really think if someone quickly deletes a tweet, it shouldn’t be screenshotted and shared like…just let it die, you know? No? No one else agree?” she tweeted following the backlash.

No, Gill. We don’t agree. With any of this, actually. Because, you know, basic decency and all. 

 

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