Please don’t feed the trolls

Posted: 17/07/2012 in Uncategorized

Last weekend we had the pleasure of shooting eight glorious ladies for Rubber Monkey Latex,

RM had an idea a while ago to create a series of Care Bear inspired latex outfits, yes Care Bears! She worked long and hard to create them, she did an amazing job, and we had so much fun shooting them! The shoot and the resulting images were silly, cheeky, funny and all in good taste.

So why then has there been a barrage of drama over it?

Take a look for yourselves:

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Now you tell us, can you see anything pornographic here?  Can you see anything that makes you want to go out and rape a child?!

No, we can’t either, yet that is what we and RM are being accused of, PROMOTING PAEDOPHILIA!  Yep.

It’s ok, take a moment to get over the surprise, took us a while too.

So with this in mind, let’s get a few things pointed out…

Do any of your children know what the care bears are?  None of ours did.  Why?  Because anyone who remembers the Care Bears is most likely an adult now.  Just like all the women in this image.  There was no attempt to make them look like children, so how is it promoting paedophilia?

By definition, paedophilia is a sexual attraction to pre-pubescent children.  It’s pretty obvious that none of these ladies fit that catagory.

One could argue we are promoting Schediaphilia aka Toonaphilia, or even Zoophilia…take your pick.  So why weren’t we all accused of those things?  Because people are ignorant.

We can’t help but wonder if whilst at a fancy dress party, any of these people would run up to the lady in the sexy Disney outfit and scream “OMG, you’re encouraging paedophiles!!!”  Because, let’s face it, all kids know Disney characters and one look at this outfit, well it’s SEXY!  So by their logic it must also be making people want to go out and find children to abuse, no?

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Let’s have another angle of thought:

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Sexy schoolgirls…yep, the outfits are everywhere.  Men all over the place get hot under the collar when seeing a gorgeous woman dressed like this.  Strangley though, can’t see anyone running around waving their banners saying how wrong they think it is.  It’s more than ok…right?  Surely, promoting an actual childs’ outfit in a sexual manner is far more likely to bridge the gap than a cartoon character outfit.

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People love cosplay, it’s a fact.  Whether that be dressing up like your favourite Anime character, a furry, or a pirate.  What seems to escape some minds is that one form of cosplay is no different in intention than any other.  We have shot many people in cosplay situations, horror film characters, ninjas, zombies, nazis, cartoon characters, clowns and scared little girls in their beds…so why is this one any different.

(Anime/Manga…includes characters who look very much like little girls, yet no one bats an eyelash, go figure)

This is where it gets interesting.  Trolls.

It would seem that there are a few models out there with grudges, bless them.  So all their friends rally round in “support” of their grudge, often blindly, and jump on a bandwagon.  It has come to our attention yet again that there’s a bit of a hate campaign going on directed at a very lovely lady, the same group that created havoc not too long ago directed at this same model, a bunch of vile little people with nothing better to do than to publicly trash someone in every available forum.

Maybe they didn’t get enough love as a kid, or in the vein of this blog maybe they got too much.

So strange that the tirade against RM began concentrated on the image of this one model then isn’t it…

We are sure they are sat there feeling very proud, little chests all puffed out at their ‘achievements’, yes well done you!  You sat at a computer spewing vitriolic shit about someone, with no basis, and when that didn’t work you moved on to everyone else, seeing who would bite.  How crushed you must have felt when they all just laughed at you. 

You see, we pity you.  You have nothing better to do with your life than try to upset women on the internet, in all likelihood women you know you would never have a chance in hell with so you lash out.  There, there, you won’t have to live with mummy forever.  Try having a wash and venturing outside, if you’re brave enough.

We are quite pleased with the results of al the drama and trolling to be fair, both us and RM have noticed a marked increase in new fans on our pages, and the support for the project has been overwhelming, so thank you for helping make that happen!

We are off to edit some more images of beautiful WOMEN in latex care bear outfits 😉

TP out x

 

 

 

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Comments
  1. Robyn says:

    What a load of shite. Paedophiles like children, not women dressed as latex bears or Disney characters. Ignore them, anyone that bloody stupid isn’t worth wasting your breath over.

  2. Justin Stables says:

    I see nothing wrong with it what so ever!! Nice photos n well shot!! Can’t understand people that have gave nasty comments!! They need to get a life!!

  3. TM says:

    I saw these pics the other day and as a red blooded male didnt think anythng unusual. The only way I can see it having any relationship to paedophilia is that all of the models are of a "girl like" figure and not curvy "up top" if you know what I’m trying to get at and so perhaps these models would be more exciting to those with warped thoughts on kids. But they are all obviously mature women.Still! my suggestion would be a more reflective selection of the country’s feminine shapes. lol!

  4. Twisted Pix says:

    <html><head></head><body style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space; ">They are indeed all slight in figure, but to be fair they ranged from a size 8 to a size 12. &nbsp;<div><br></div><div>I’m glad someone can have an adult comment about it, thank you :-)&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div><br><div><div></div></div></div></body></html>

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