Okay, you know what I still don't understand? Why so many people sign up on a new social network just to post someone else's porn. I understand sex workers (though they almost never act like that), but it's just random people dumping random porn. Not even trying to sell a service or advertise something. It seems so pointless.
Let me clarify, I am talking about a random person making a brand new Mastodon account, setting a porn picture as their header and avatar and posting multiple random porn pictures without content warnings or hashtags or commentary.
@Gargron tfw when gargron says selling and advertising
@Gargron Maybe it's corporate sock-puppets tasked with degrading the quality of the fediverse?!
porn bots, kink ment
Yeah what is the point of porn bots while we’re at it. Who is this for? What is the point?
I could get it if it was from a certain angle like “look at this thing I just jacked it to” kinda kink but just posting random porn without a bit to go with it is frankly not what I invented lamp institute for 💪🦖🤤
@gargron Redundancy? Consider the following instincts and emotions:
* Fear of extinction
* Peer acceptance
* Rejection of authorities
Blend them together, and what have we got?
"OMG they're taking away our porn! Quick! Pirate and repost EVERYWHERE and become heroes!"
The rest, as they say, is history.
@gargron for likes and retweets.
@Gargron basically, people sharing what they like. Just look at people sharing hentai stuff, they socialize that way
@Gargron i think most of the time its so they have a specific place to catalog all of the porn that maoes them hyper horny or whatever
Sounds like automated.
@Gargron Lack of hashtags surprise me. If hashtags were used I'd say it just sounds like Tumblr folks who haven't gotten used to how Mastodon works yet.
@Gargron they could be building up the account to sell
@Gargron quoting The Doors... People Are Strange 😏 , but that could also be a bot just like it happened (and still is happening) on Tumblr
@Gargron I saw someone who just seems to log in once every few months, note what changes there are; 'there are PMs now', Toot that and log out.
@Gargron That would get my vote for expulsion. Sounds like a troll.
@Gargron yeah public's flooded 😂😐
@Gargron Turns out the first sentient AI is a wandering pr0n bot that derives meaning solely from exposing humans to porn.
Tumblr peeps imported their own habits over here I guess.. There might be some addiction too :)
@Gargron I suspect it’s either porn bots (which may be test dummies for larger spamming projects) or a form of online exhibitionism. Like, posting porn for the sake of others’ pleasure.
I personally have my qualms about copyright law but I do think it’s unfair to rip GIFs from adult content creators w/o their consent and just post it. It was a common problem on Tumblr and Twitter.
@SpaceDoctorPhD Yeah, porn bots marketed as such are also out there. I don't understand who makes use of them, either. Looking at how frequently they post and how much media storage they consume compared to any real human, it feels like such a waste.
@Gargron yeah. That's where most of my blocks are.
@Gargron that’s been a question I have: is uncensored porn allowed as an avatar and how to report it if it isn’t allowed?
@CheshAmoeba Avatars are supposed to be safe for work
@Gargron Maybe a way to collect Stuff they liked? Like, your personal porn feed... might also be a way of communicating between partners, like, "here's a collection of stuff I want you to do to me". But I don't really know tho.
@Gargron It's the Porn Fairy Impulse. Before the Internet, we exorcised it by discarding well-used magazines in wooded areas.
@Gargron totally agree. Are we getting much of that on Mastodon?
@Gargron yeah.. I don't get it either. Sometimes I think it's to get followers and then to turn into a spambot though
> Why so many people sign up on a new social network just to post someone else's porn.
It's playing the attention lottery.
It's the same as flinging shit. Some of it will eventually stick if you fling enough, something something.
@Gargron My theory is that they wish to monetize their account in some fashion because they measure the click rates and likes. Just like with the sites that repost memes and other people's funny posts. It's not for fun, they just want to make money with other people's content. Bottom feeders.
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