It's extremely silly that people on the right are worried about minors on sites like OnlyFans when actual platforms that are explicitly intended for minors host NSFW content on the reg…
These clubs are by nature ephemeral — they're only open for a few hours to escape moderation, recruiting on Discord (where kids as young as 12 and 13 send dancer "applications") and promoting on TikTok.…
Bigger games like Club Iris can serve as "gateways" to these clubs, where users can exchange dances for money. In response to Qs from Rolling Stone, Club Iris made its guidelines more explicit, introducing a warning against "inappropriate behavior."…
I don't think these clubs are inherently bad or dangerous per se — they gave me early 2000s AIM chatroom vibes — but it's telling which platforms get scrutinized for hosting inappropriate content for minors and which ones do not…

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14 Sep
NEW: Anti-vaxxers are gargling with Betadine, an antiseptic most often used topically (it's sold as throat gargle, but its manufacturer say it's ineffective against COVID). When asked if it's effective against COVID, an ER doc said: "Fuck no."…
Betadine, or povidone iodine, is most often used to clean wounds, cuts, etc. before surgery. In other countries, there's a formulation of Betadine that is used as a douche to relieve vaginal itching (which is also terrible for you btw)…
There *is* a Betadine throat gargle to alleviate sore throat symptoms, but it's not a proven COVID treatment per its manufacturers and it's not safe to ingest. Possible side effects of an iodine OD include kidney failure and a host of GI symptoms…
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