OnlyFans star Belle Delphine has been slammed for 'joking' about trigger warning requests with latest video.
After hitting back at allegations that she was promoting rape with on social media of her being tied up with rope, Delphine, 21, appears to have taken her response one step further.
It is fair to assume that the controversial OnlyFans star did not take repeated requests for rape trigger warnings on her content too seriously.
She captioned a video on Twitter of a man in a balaclava aggressively pulling her hair back before brushing her teeth, "Twigger warnwing :3."
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One person commented on the video: "You… Do know that the point of having trigger warnings is so that people can optionally mute the expression with the triggers they have right?
"Like you can mute "trigger warning // XYZ" and it doesn't show up, so spelling trigger warning in funny ways just defeats the point…"
Another wrote: "girl u making a joke out of this?"
On Wednesday, Belle whose real name is Mary-Belle Kirschner, posted on Twitter her justification behind sharing such extreme material over social media.
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In the statement she argues she is promoting rape no more than video games promote violence and she is just acting out a common sexual fantasy.
Since defending her content, the 21-year-old from Hove, East Sussex has gone on to share images of her bound and strangled underwater in a bath with a man threatening to electrocute her with a toaster.
The series of images were captioned: "My perfect second date <3".
Later the same day on she shared the brushing teeth clip.
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Delphine previously said: "There is nothing wrong with enjoying powerplay and BDSM where both people are consensual.
"I think saying because I enjoy consensual non-consent is promoting rape, is the same as the argument that violence in video games promotes violence, I made it very clear in the caption of my photo, and anything written about it that I was enjoying it and that is was consensual, I never said the word rape, or anything against my will.
"This is what other people have put onto it.
"No one likes rape, no one wants rape to exist. Saying that I support rape is the same as saying that 50 percent of the female population does, because if you look at statistics based upon this (from studies done over the last 30 years, including new studies) a lot of women have powerplay/rape fantasies in the exact same way.
"I consented to being tied up and to having rough sex."
If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 0845 30 30 900 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.
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