• Animal Crush Videos

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    Over a year ago

    I’ve just recently got really into standing up for animal rights and going vegan and stuff, and recently also I was online and I read about Animal Crush Videos. If you don’t know Animal Crush Videos feature small domestic animals (mostly) tortured and killed in horrible ways. Some sick fucks watch these videos for sexual pleasure and it is legal in many countries to upload and share these videos. I ended up finding one of these videos with fair ease and needless to say I was utterly disgusted. I couldn’t believe the disgusting man laughing at the animals in agony. Ever since I’ve had these sick urges to torture and kill the man in that video just like he’d done to the innocent animals. I am quite sickened by my thoughts but I can’t get rid of them. I truly want him to suffer a great deal. I want him to die. Do you think that the thoughts I’m having are normal after seeing something like that or should I see someone for therapy? A bit of a weird one, I know but I needed someone to ask.

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    Over a year ago

    Hey @fuckanimalabuse!

    These videos are really disturbing and super sad. I would recommend going to speak with a counselor or therapist or even your parents just as @littlelotte suggested. The best way to help these animals aren’t with actions of violence but by educating others about these problems so we can raise awareness and create positive change. :)

    Let us know how it goes.

    <3 Emily from peta2

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  • Profile photo of LittleLotte

    Over a year ago

    Seeing disturbing images can really upset people and, in my opinion, it’s human nature to want to seek some sort of justice. It might help you to talk to someone, like a therapist or counsellor, so you can talk freely about your thoughts without judgement.

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