In regard to Chen’s description that /r/Jailbait housed “legal photos of underage girls,” Brutsch implied something rather disturbing when he responded, “He says ‘underage girls’ to conflate pictures of high-school girls with children. Very effective.”
Let me be clear: high school girls ARE children.
Regardless of his motives, the fact is that Mr. Brutsch has uploaded and redistributed non-nude images of teenage and preteen girls in bikinis and in underwear to the photo-sharing site Imgur.com. These photos, when judged alone, might not technically meet the legal definition of child pornography as defined by federal law. But the way these photos are positioned right next to albums containing hardcore pornography featuring nude photos depicting penetration and other sexual acts with adult women, it becomes impossible to imagine that the photos of teenage and preteen girls in their underwear and bikinis is meant as anything but part of a collection of masturbation fodder. There is no question about whether or not this is the sexualized depiction of minors — who, because of their legal status as minors cannot give consent regardless of what they say.
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