By Anonymous - Canada - Winnipeg
  Today, I let my 9-year-old daughter use my tablet while I made her dinner. A few minutes later, she let out a blood-curdling scream. Turned out she'd searched for My Little Pony pictures and stumbled upon a drawing of Rainbow Dash giving another pony a blowjob. FML
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  FlutterLoud  |  29

Comment moderated for rule-breaking.. Show it anyway

  phreaker913  |  21

childrens shows are being corrupted? have you SEEN some of the shows out there now? some of the crap ive seen on cartoon network could potentially traumatize some adults i know. some cartoons these days are pretty dark.

  juturnaamo  |  29

It won't block automatically because it's animated, and they're not all tagged as 'porn' or 'blowjob'.

I suspect there's some exhibition involved in creating this content without accurately tagging it.

By  19990231  |  29

Those damn bronys... But can't you have a image restrictor which will block anything explicit?

By  itsalanis  |  24

If your daughter uses your tablet or any other device often, I'm surprised you haven't considered some sort of parental controls. Some phones nowadays have a special mode, such as a kid's corner or something of that nature.

  MrSassypants  |  32

No, it is the same rule. People want to have sex with everything, that's why rule 34 exist. People are like the untrained dog that hump everything, but instead of humping, they create fan-fiction and pornographic drawings.

  BethieCake  |  8

I know about the rule but I'm saying people actually want to have sex with these ponies, like the rule is obviously things would be sexualised but people want to fuck them. There's a difference between the rule and what I mean.

By  pooldude  |  24

Nothing is sacred anymore! Dang it, internet!
BTW... on a side note there are some XXX blockers you can install. But i'm not sure if they take into account my little pony pornography....

  GhostFox  |  33

Nothing was ever sacred. For as long as humans have wanted something to be 'pure' and 'innocent' there's been the person in the back row thinking 'I want to do dirty, dirty things with this.'