YouTube is deleting sexually suggestive videos after PaymoneyWubby posted a video pointing out the many “mom” channels that are seemingly about child rearing or housekeeping but leave many views feeling creeped out.
In the videos showcased, women are seen breastfeeding children and doing other normal tasks like dusting or washing a car, but the video is shot in a way that makes it obvious the women are purposely flashing their underwear, or sitting and bending in suggestive ways. The images are even more disturbing with the children present.
Yet the videos disappear only to show up on other channels with new titles. And they all seem to be coming from the same place, as each has a warning place card with the same typographical error. It reads:
“This video is graphic and may be disturbing to some viewrs [sic]. Viewer discretion is advised.”
People are glad something is being done about the videos.
no more mommy makeout day vids?
— just tweetin' (@justtweetinman) December 20, 2018
Watched wubbys video a couple of days ago,did some diggin and I found another similar channel, 150k subscribers, millions of views and she does similar creepy shit while her children are in the video. Look up the channel “Rose Kelly”. Her vlog channel is a front for fetish creeps pic.twitter.com/St16Mb1k3S
— 10% battery (@40_40vision) December 20, 2018
The world needs a hard reset
— Aji Okewusi (@Aji_O) December 20, 2018
Unplug it and plug it back in pic.twitter.com/Y3b5I5CNNK
— David Watkeys (@DavidWatkeys) December 20, 2018
Well, she's back. She also said in the comment of one of the videos that "there's nothing to convict her" or something. pic.twitter.com/J72QWymNwn
— Neo Armstrong 🍆 (@TheNeoArmstrong) December 20, 2018
Phil, there are actually worse kind of channel than this type.
The channel at first seems like a family channel with kids playing.
But if you look closely, these little kids is like an object. They play on a beach or a pool wearing almost nothing. It's basically a ch1ld p0rn
— Sweet Memory (@sweetjackson13) December 20, 2018
There still seems to be plenty of work to do.