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.

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@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

@piggo @Gargron it's a profitable strategy. You post stuff people like (cats, porn, whatever) and build up a huge following. That account now has attention and is a valuable commodity.

@kai @Gargron I mean do you think someone would pay money for a mastodon account?!

@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 Turns out the first sentient AI is a wandering pr0n bot that derives meaning solely from exposing humans to porn.

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