First – We have to get one thing straight. If you don’t like the content on a Facebook page, don’t like the page. You may have recently noticed that Facebook have started prefixing the good ol’ shock-joke Facebook pages with [Controversial Humor]. I’ll defend Facebook on this one; they are probably sick to death of the constant abuse of the report feature and let’s face it, nobody likes to be silenced for being politically incorrect. In a world filled with political problems, political incorrectness is really the one thing that we still (try to) maintain.
One of the Facebook pages I enjoy is “12 year old slut memes”. As the page title suggests, the community is based on the decade’s newly found species “youngus sluttus erectus” which is Latin for “dumb fucking sluts who are too young to stay out late at night yet still go around acting as if their bodies are for rent”. The page dances on various memes with humorous comments about the trend of underage girls who post stupid and naïve comments on their Facebook pages. This is all done PUBLICALLY, with the girls expecting to have the appropriate removal rights when somebody makes fun of them. Okay, it’s dark humor but it shows an underground that many lay blissfully unaware of. In legal reverence, there is absolutely no child pornography involved and the images uploaded always include the common sense that the person involved knew the picture was being taken (usually self-shot) and uploaded to Facebook.
Maybe it is not your cup of tea; but there is only one thing I can say about that – don’t look at it if it offends you.
There are hundreds of comments added to the page daily whinnying about how the page is disgusting and attracts perverts and so forth but these remarks are simply unfounded. Again, let’s repeat my motto. This time out loud: If you don’t like it, don’t like it.
The honest-to-Dawkins truth is that if you complain, you get laughed at and/or insulted afterwards. Don’t upload the images of your breasts hanging out when you’re clearly too young to be on Facebook and voila, the images don’t spread virally.
Facebook’s new measure is a simple one, but with time, it will perhaps become effective. Somehow though, I doubt that it will give crybabies the ability to understand that hammering on about how your life is so adversely affected by a bit of dark satire will not solve anything.
Society is one fucked up constitution right now and when the people learn to spell properly then maybe others will listen, but until then; quit your complaining and go back to 7th grade.
Rant over. Go on, fuck off. Continue about your day.