DignifAI: a new weapon in the sex war
And a small win for this Sunday
The internet is full of sad, perverted porn addicts. They will simp. They will degrade themselves, they will pump money into the decay, and their perversion will foul the public square if there’s no pushback. Certain women, on the seller side, as so often happens, are eager to prostitute themselves for fame or money, within the limits of a platform’s ToS.
American sexuality is fucked up: it’s extremely liberal when it comes to fetishes, and extremely prude when it comes to normality.
To show how self-contradictory American sexual morality is, meet the latest panic: putting clothes on e-girls (internet whores).
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4chan has launched a new AI tool
Its purpose is to put clothes back on e-girls and remove tattoos
It is called dignifAI
Original 4chan thread:
With the power of AI we can put clothes on women
AI porn makes them angry.
But use AI to clothe them, remove their tattoos and piercings..
The seething will echo through the ages.
>brute force psychological warfare is back on the menu
The reaction is more violent than using AI to strip women naked. It’s akin to throwing acid in their faces or honor killing them.
It is a crusade for some. In the photo above, anon made sure to censor the OnlyFans link, to avoid weak men from driving traffic to the online prostitute’s business.
Some may call these anons incels; but they’re only doing a mild form of modesty-enforcement that many — mostly Muslim — cultures are known for, cultures that are refreshingly assertive, sexually, to the liberal female mind, fetishized, some might say.
It’s normality used as a troll.
It’s an inverse of the supposed need of (pig) men, women to be sex objects, angering women by reverting them from sex objects to something more wholesome.
Do your fun sociological research on the subject, start with the two links above.
Moving on to:
A small win for this Sunday
Over Tiffany, who is an online prostitute (“confident woman”) with 165 thousand followers on Twitter.
Tiffany posted a photo of herself, it got DignifAId, and, for a few hours, this happened:
With a lot less followers, and a lot less views, the DignifAId version received more likes.
Her post was ratiod. You might not think much of this, but internet-brained people, including internet prostitutes, count their likes obsessively. Decency, for a brief period, won.
It’s a small victory, but count even the smallest one, as a confident woman counts here likes! Have a decent Sunday!