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The Strange, Undiscussed Rise of Incest Pornography

The unreported, motherfucking trend

By Ben Chapman | 23 March 2019

Author’s note: This is Part 1 of a two part series about online incest communities. Both pieces contain descriptions of internet content that may be disturbing to readers. The conclusions made are based on a collection of evidence that is not all publicly available, but can be provided at the request of the reader. Part 2 can be found here.

MEDIUM — Incest-themed content has taken over the porn industry. And it has done so silently.

You won’t share this article on Twitter. You won’t reveal your personal opinions on Facebook. And you certainly won’t discuss this topic over dinner. Why? Because the topic at hand is taboo.

Broadly, Americans don’t consider pornography and incest topics for polite conversation. But when laptops are opened, the subjects are increasingly difficult to avoid.

An article in Psychology Today said that 20% of mobile device searches are for porn, 30% of internet content is for porn, and porn sites are visited more frequently than Amazon, Netflix, and Twitter combined (source).

The internet really is for porn. […]

5 Comments on The Strange, Undiscussed Rise of Incest Pornography

  1. I work with trauma victims and had noticed outside of porn a push to change family structures. Most recently a push to remove the status of mother and father and to remove values. Yes the fetish component and the addiction component has always been there. That said this did not start with porn and was seen with children clothing and legal structures. This is a clear directed action with a clear goal. The intent is clear in the way the actual porn is structured with a very strong push for justification as if it was not taboo or kink. A mainstreaming of sorts. You will also notice the Ted talk about accepting pedophiles as victims and other such movements. If pushed most people taught a dogmatic response can be forced for political reasons to accept the act as fine or wonderful if the participants are of age. This has been going on for quite awhile, further back than 2010. The most recent action was a push to get Pedo content out of the dark web and onto open porn sites. It is as if this was completely planned considering the number of damaged and vulnerable families now in trouble.

  2. As a young man who has grown up watching pornography (not proud of it but true) I myself noticed the significant increase of incest-themed porn within the last three or so years. Unlike the previous commenter, I do not see this proliferation as being demand-driven, given that incest themes are now commonplace, noticeably moreso than any other extreme, niche, taboo fetish. In addition to the proliferation of incest plotlines dramatized by actors/models, even videos that have no plot, storyline, or acting (videos that depict only intercourse) are frequently given incest-themed descriptions and titles.

    What is the driving force behind this? Something’s fishy.

  3. It isn’t strange, it’s disgusting.

    It isn’t strange because pornography is addicting, meaning over time regular consumers of pornography (the addictive character of pornography, or rather the brain’s biochemical response to pornography, has created a LOT of regular consumers) requires more extreme/kinky forms of sex to generate the same pleasure response.

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