I agree. When people claim that fiction affects reality, they don’t mean that works of fiction or the characters depicted in them are real, they’re talking about how fictional works can encourage harmful attitudes/behaviors. For example, K. M. Claude has drawn fetish artwork of children. By posting this kind of material publicly, they create an environment where it’s normal to view children as sex objects, which attracts pedophiles.
“And people blame us weird, non-con, incest, underage, and otherwise problematic kink-havers for why Tumblr is a fucking cesspit!” – [x]
“Look all I’m saying is if there’s no 12-year-old girl (or boy, change it up) diddling a crucifix, this show has failed and also sucks ass.” – [x]
“Also I love gross old men feeling up teenage boys that is my kink fucking fight me I’ll beat you with an empty eggnog bottle don’t even START with me.” – [x]
“My eggnog is seasoned with the blood and cum of teenaged altarboys, trufax,”. – [x]
“I love fictional scenarios of priests manipulating young boys and girls for sex. The world needs more content like that, especially in pics.” – [x]
These are things K. M. Claude has actually said at one point. People aren’t just judging them because of their artwork. Also, if you’re an adult and you draw porn of kids, people have every right to judge you (and this isn’t even taking into account some of their other nasty fetishes like necrophilia or incest).
Honestly, you probably should. When you file your report, be sure to include this information:
Claude has violated 18 U.S. Code § 1466A, which bans artwork, sculptures, cartoons, etc. depicting minors in sexual scenarios when that content lacks artistic, scientific, literary, or political value.
Content warnings for explicit depictions of the following: gore, dismemberment, pedophilia, sexualized children, and child sex abuse
To report inappropriate content on Tumblr, visit this page.
K. M. Claude is also active on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and uses WordPress to host their official website.
To report inappropriate content on Twitter, visit this page. You can view Twitter’s community guidelines here.
To report inappropriate content on Facebook, visit this page. You can read Facebook’s community guidelines here.
To report inappropriate content on Instagram, visit this page.
To report inappropriate content on a website hosted by WordPress, visit this page. Here’s a list of WordPress’s community guidelines.
All of these websites have rules against posting sexual content involving minors. Also, according to 18 U.S. Code § 1466A, it’s illegal to post or distribute pornographic material involving people under 18, even if it’s only fictional.
Content warnings for explicit depictions of pedophilia, sexual depictions of children, child abuse, rape, sexual abuse, blood, gore, necrophilia, incest; harassment, bullying, self-harm, victim-shaming/survivor-shaming, transphobia, transmisogyny, dyadism¹ᵃ/perisexism¹ᵇ, and misgendering.