HypnoHub - NSFW Image Booru and Niche Fetish Community

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This isn't a new thing on the site*, but there seems to be a few users making threads in the forums recently about loli and shota related content.

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https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/78894?page=1 / Archive

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https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/78889?page=0 / Archive

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https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/76869 / Archive
https://www.deviantart.com/helenahunter
https://m.facebook.com/ashe.corona.3?ref=bookmarks

The site also has a large number of loli and shota posts, especially with Mowgli and Shanti being hypnotized by Kaa from the Jungle Book. Some of it's creepy shit where they take a screenshot from the film and photoshop Mowgli to be naked. There's a deep rabbit hole in terms of the Kaa fandom/subgroup that goes beyond HypnoHub, and I refuse to look further into it. As if it wasn't bad enough, there's probably worse content than naked underage kids being eaten alive by a snake.

For something a bit more ridiculous to laugh at:
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So apparently the staff recently changed the rules on the site to account for stricter international laws and are going to remove a lot of the loli stuff. Suffice to say people are not taking it well, despite the admins stressing it won't remove all the content, just the stuff that can't be argued as "She's actually an adult she just looks young".
 

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So apparently the staff recently changed the rules on the site to account for stricter international laws and are going to remove a lot of the loli stuff. Suffice to say people are not taking it well, despite the admins stressing it won't remove all the content, just the stuff that can't be argued as "She's actually an adult she just looks young".

It's loli and shota content. And to be more precise, they're trying to remove content that depicts loli and shota characters in explicit sexual situations. As a result, you have several groups of people divided on all fronts:

1. Those who are completely fine with the purge.
2. Those who are sorry about the current situation but have to comply with the new changes.
3. Those who are concerned about broader implications affecting their rape porn*.
3.5 Those who are up in arms about the laws being wrong, or the site owner not understanding the law himself.
4. Those who are upset about it, either those who draw or consume that kind of content.


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*This point is really dumb. Underage pornography is, and always had been seen as the most morally reprehensible shit out there. Even the fictional depictions are still treated as far more taboo versus fictional rape content.

Current thread pages and archives:
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/79095?page=1 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/79095?page=2 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/79095?page=3 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/79095?page=4 / Archive

Out of the responses given, I noticed this guy's response:
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4.37 GB of loli and shota porn.
Fictional or not, how are you not asking to be put on a watchlist.
 

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A thread on Hypnohub recently came up talking about this article:

"Patreon is removing erotic hypnosis content. It's a dangerous sign for porn"
This story contains adult content.
Six months ago, Tumblr banned adult content and sent queer creators scrambling to other services. Now Patreon is heading down a similar path. Several Patreon users who create erotic hypnosis content claim their accounts are being targeted by the site for breaking Patreon’s rules on “sexual violence.”
News of the crackdown first broke on May 30 after adult furry content creator AnotherMeekOne received an email from Patreon requesting that he remove all hypnosis content from his page. In the email, the site claims it has a “zero tolerance” policy for “the glorification of sexual violence,” such as “coerced consent” content. That umbrella includes “blackmail scenarios, ‘hypnosis,’ drugging, or ‘consent’ obtained through deceit.”
After AnotherMeekOne contacted Patreon to plead his case, a representative responded by saying Patreon doesn’t allow “real or animated content that glorifies non-consensual sexual activity.”
“Content glorifying sexual violence cannot be funded by or linked to or from your creator page in any way,” the representative wrote in the initial email to AnotherMeekOne. “Please remove this type [of] content from your page and let me know when you have done so.”

At first, hypnosis kinksters debated whether AnotherMeekOne’s post was legitimate. But then, other content creators faced a similar ban. Hypnotic Harlequin’s Patreon account, which features queer hypnosis fiction and historical essays on hypnosis, was placed “under review” by the site. Hypnosis and mind control kink author Jennifer Kohl also had her Patreon account targeted, which dealt a devastating blow.
“I’m really fucking upset. Not just about the loss of income, though yeah, 2/3 of my writing income is quite a blow. But mostly the sheer fucking helplessness of something I enjoyed and was even proud of being destroyed because apparently The Internet Is for Money Not Porn,” Kohl tweeted.
When the Daily Dot reached out to Patreon for comment, a spokesperson confirmed that certain kinds of hypnosis content violate Patreon’s rules.
“[A] violation of our policy is when hypnosis is used as a coercion mechanic for nonconsensual [sexual content], typically in a fictional scenario, at which point we consider it to be a glorification of sexual violence,” a Patreon spokesperson explained regarding AnotherMeekOne’s emails. “We also do not allow other fringe sexual fetish creations, such as incest, necrophilia, or fetish creations that is hard to distinguish from non-consensual sex. When a creator’s account is placed under review, we work 1:1 with the creator to bring them back within guidelines, as was the case with the creator you mentioned in your email.”

Patreon was once known for its positive relationship with the adult content community. That changed on Oct. 17, 2017, when the site started cracking down on explicit material. Under its new Community Guidelines, Patreon told creators that they “cannot sell pornographic material or arrange sexual service(s) as a reward for your patreons,” nor can Patreon be used for creating pornographic material, like fundraising for an adult movie.
The site defines “pornography” as “real people engaging in sexual acts such as masturbation or sexual intercourse on camera.” Theoretically, adult illustrations and erotic literature are allowed, as long as no real-life depictions of sex are given out by creators. And nonsexual, artistic nudity is still protected under the contemporary Community Guidelines.
But there’s one exception to the rules: The site has “zero tolerance when it comes to the glorification of sexual violence.” Understandably, this means a ban on bestiality, incest, necrophilia, and depictions of child sex (whether real or illustrated). But the rules also have a vague clause that allows Patreon to pull any content that the Trust and Safety team deems to be “sexual violence.” This includes the aforementioned “fetish creations that [are] hard to distinguish from non-consensual sex.”
Patreon’s use of the term “non-consensual sex” and “sexual violence” was generally understood to be extreme or taboo material. Hypnosis kink, on the other hand, is often light, wholesome, and even tongue-in-cheek.
For the uninitiated, erotic hypnosis, or “hypnokink,” is a kink in which one person hypnotizes another for some form of sexual pleasure. The scenario varies from play scene to play scene; the hypnotizer, for example, may gain sexual pleasure from hypnotizing a person and enticing them to engage in sexual acts. Or the hypnotized may be an eager participant begging to fall under a dominant person’s control. Other times, merely the act of being hypnotized is an erotic fantasy. Hypnosis plays with these boundaries because it eroticizes the power exchange that happens when a person is under another’s control—not because its practitioners are trying to make real people do things against their will.
One anonymous Patreon creator, who is a transgender woman, told the Daily Dot that they began writing hypnosis-themed erotica two years ago. After opening a Patreon account last year, they now believe they can become “completely self-supporting” by the end of 2019, as long as their Patreon continues to grow. Of course, the recent anti-kink move challenges their ability to build a sustainable Patreon following. When interviewed by the Daily Dot, they sharply criticized Patreon for depicting hypnokink as sexual violence.
“Firstly, hypnosis as a kink isn’t inherently violent or non-consensual. That’s a completely ridiculous thing to tell you. Like all good kink, hypnosis is a form of voluntary power exchange that takes place after all parties have consented, negotiated, and established safety measures,” the Patreon creator told the Daily Dot. “Getting hypnotized is no different to getting tied up, but no one would say consensual bondage is a form of “sexual violence’ that needs to be censored.”
Another anonymous Patreon writer had their account placed under review for their hypnosis content, effectively barring them from their page. When the Daily Dot reached out to them for comment, they said that the hypnosis community centers around “enthusiastic informed consent” in kink play. They called hypnokink a form of “coerced consent” built on “outdated stereotypes of how hypnosis works.”
“Time and again it has been proven that hypnosis alone cannot make people do things they do not wish to do,” the second Patreon writer told the Daily Dot. “And this is putting aside the fact most hypnokink stuff bears little to no resemblance to real-world hypnosis and is pretty much all fantasy based.”
Hypnosis isn’t the only kink that eroticizes physical power exchanges in order to fulfill a sexual fantasy. Macrophilia and vorarephilia (aka macro and vore), for example, are kinks centered around gigantic beings and the consumption of others, respectively. Both play with non-consensual power dynamics for the viewer’s enjoyment. For example, a vore commission may depict a gigantic woman consuming a terrified miniature woman, or a macro erotica story could feature a gigantic man destroying buildings and cars.
These fantasies feature some violent elements, but they aren’t a form of “sexual violence” or “coerced consent.” Like hypnosis, vore and macro are rooted in BDSM power dynamics, just with a unique scenario thrown in that appeals to the viewer or reader. With macro and vore, sexual pleasure stems from the size difference and the capacity to consume, which have hidden, coded messages about power between players.

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An example of macrophilia and vore by the artist Karbo.

“The mere depiction of something doesn’t imply endorsement or support. We all understand that when we go to see a violent movie or play a violent video game, but erotic content seems to be held to a different standard,” the anonymous transgender writer told the Daily Dot. “I do think there are some hard lines on what you should be able to depict, of course, but the fact remains that most of what’s being censored is fantasy material that is way too far removed from reality to ‘glorify’ anything.” (The Daily Dot reached out to Patreon in a follow-up email regarding whether macrophilia and vore content with “destruction” and consumption “without consent” violates the Community Guidelines.)
It’s unclear if Patreon understands the nuances rooted in kink—or if the site even cares, for that matter. After Patreon changed its Community Guidelines in October 2017 to explicitly ban pornographic material, adult content creators, sex workers, and their patrons signed an open letter calling the move a “betrayal.” Despite tens of thousands of signatures, little changed. By last summer, a “proactive review of content on Patreon due to requirements from our payment partners,” as one Patreon spokesperson told Vice, led toa wave of suspensions against adult content creators. And this past September, Patreon began arbitrarily marking queer content creators’ pages with an 18-plus label, even if their content wasn’t sexually explicit.
With hypnosis kinksters on the chopping block, the move may be a sign of things to come for the platform. And because kink isn’t just commonly practiced by queer people, but many queer adult content creators rely on sites like Patreon to earn their income, the LGBTQ adult content community could face the most damage.
“Firstly, [queer creators] usually have fewer safety nets to fall back on. Secondly, online content creation is often about the only thing we can do that’s safe. Part of the reason I value my Patreon so much is that a lot of ‘normal jobs’ would be difficult for me to get or do due to the discrimination I’d face as a trans woman,” the anonymous trans Patreon creator told the Daily Dot. “And thirdly, everything is perceived as more sexual, more violent, and more dangerous when queer people do it. If Patreon tries to set a certain line on how explicit or how kinky content can be, I believe their moderation will end up targeting queer creators more than cishet creators. That’s always how it is.”

Patreon isn’t the only platform shutting down queer and kink-focused users. Late last year, Facebook banned a slew of sexual words and solicitations, impacting sex workers on both Facebook and Instagram. Twitter’s Safety team also seems to be targeting users that reply to others with terms like “bimbo slut,” banning many queer kinksters in the process. This author was even impacted by the word ban two times. That’s not to mention Tumblr’s devastating NSFW ban that dislocated entire communities of adult artists and sex workers.
The internet as a whole is moving in a puritan direction, and that has creators—especially the most marginalized ones—scared.
“Let’s be honest, this has become a trend on platforms as of late. They use marginalized or niche content to build their userbase and then when they’re big enough to target the mainstream, they clear all of those people from their platform to try and make it more tempting to advertisers,” the locked-out Patreon writer told the Daily Dot, later adding: “I would say that all content creators should be aware of how vulnerable they are when using a platform and be ready to jump ship at any moment as things can change so quickly.”

TL;DR: Patreon wants to purge NSFW creators from their platform for depicting fictional characters being coerced into sex, as they deem it as sexual violence. Some people still have their accounts up, while others have already been taken down.

The funny part is that somebody posted another article from OneAngryGamer, and somehow, they started talking about Milo, Sargon, and Vee.
PATREON HAS BANNED HYPNOSIS PORN FOR BEING “COERCED CONSENT” / https://archive.fo/iziI0

Supposedly, Vee used to frequent the website and had a thing for Kaa, the snake from the Jungle Book.
And the thread derailed into them arguing about Vee being alt-right, and then about politics and the recent Crowder vs Gaywonk shitshow.

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I'm a bit torn on the issue, cause on one hand, a lot of it's illustrations of fictional characters. Yet on the other hand, you get degenerate content like this that makes it really difficult to defend.
https://www.patreon.com/soverywaqqed/posts / https://archive.fo/SmDbT
Welcome! I'm Waqqed, formerly Subryucloud of several Kaa related sites. I've been making Kaa edits for several years, and I'd like to think I'm at least good enough at it to make a few bucks haha. Not looking for anything crazy, just some supplemental income making pics I and others find hot ;) Thanks for any and all support, and I hope you like what you see! I'll be making and posting pics regularly, with the occasional story thrown in as well. Let's see how this goes :)
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It looks like the community has encountered another shitstorm of drama, once again over NSFW drawings of children having to be removed off the website due to legal concerns. And just like when Null's pet project was infested with diehard lolicon and shotacon-obsessed weirdos, you have the staff telling users to go set up their own sites to host the content. Unsurprisingly, certain users are making the most outlandish arguments imaginable. Some examples include:
  • Arguing that if the drawings of children go, then the drawings of teenagers and anyone under the age of 18 have to go as well.
  • That their Discord server can act as a dumping grounds for all of the deleted content, despite it going against Discord's Terms of Service.
    • It's okay though, because nobody cares enough to report the server for posting the content anyway.
  • That hosting the server in a new country is an incredibly simple, cheap, and easy thing to do thanks to the wonders of cloud computing.
  • That PEOPLE WHO PRODUCE REAL LIFE CHILD PORN GET AWAY WITH IT ALL THE TIME
    • And then proceeding to link to this totally relevant news article.
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Keep in mind that all of this bickering is taking place on a forum thread titled "Is this too loli-ish to be posted on the hub?"
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/92704?page=1 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/92704?page=2 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/92704?page=3 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/92704?page=4 / Archive

TL;DR: I've never seen people perform such high-level mental gymnastics just to keep up some illustrated NSFW pictures of children.
 

Shaka Brah

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It looks like the community has encountered another shitstorm of drama, once again over NSFW drawings of children having to be removed off the website due to legal concerns. And just like when Null's pet project was infested with diehard lolicon and shotacon-obsessed weirdos, you have the staff telling users to go set up their own sites to host the content. Unsurprisingly, certain users are making the most outlandish arguments imaginable. Some examples include:
  • Arguing that if the drawings of children go, then the drawings of teenagers and anyone under the age of 18 have to go as well.
  • That their Discord server can act as a dumping grounds for all of the deleted content, despite it going against Discord's Terms of Service.
    • It's okay though, because nobody cares enough to report the server for posting the content anyway.
  • That hosting the server in a new country is an incredibly simple, cheap, and easy thing to do thanks to the wonders of cloud computing.
  • That PEOPLE WHO PRODUCE REAL LIFE CHILD PORN GET AWAY WITH IT ALL THE TIME
    • And then proceeding to link to this totally relevant news article.
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Keep in mind that all of this bickering is taking place on a forum thread titled "Is this too loli-ish to be posted on the hub?"
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/92704?page=1 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/92704?page=2 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/92704?page=3 / Archive
https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/92704?page=4 / Archive

TL;DR: I've never seen people perform such high-level mental gymnastics just to keep up some illustrated NSFW pictures of children.
People like this are why Null didn't want loli on 9chan. I'm pretty sure acting this deranged over coom shit meets the bar for mental illness.
 
After reading through the whole thing i feel bad for the staff having to deal with this lunacy.
Also to give a small update the thread was finally locked when a mod had enough with all the bickering
 

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A story in 4 parts:
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https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/95246?page=1 / https://archive.vn/83zw2

>Some guy posted an image of a loli. A mod ends up deleting it.
>Guy asks why it was removed and links examples of other images of lolis still up on the site.
>Mod explains that the staff have irl shit to deal with and can't easily remove every single loli post without reviewing them.
>Guy then says that he's reported the site to the website's host in the UK and to "Cloudflair" for hosting images of lolis.
>The owner of the site received the report and now has the guy's actual name, IP, and email address. The owner said that he'll be reporting the guy to his ISP for, in the guy's own words, "[Posting] material encompasses cartoon images involving a minor in situations which are pornographic and grossly offensive, disgusting blablabla."
 

Racist Trash

It never changes.
A story in 4 parts:
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https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/95246?page=1 / https://archive.vn/83zw2

>Some guy posted an image of a loli. A mod ends up deleting it.
>Guy asks why it was removed and links examples of other images of lolis still up on the site.
>Mod explains that the staff have irl shit to deal with and can't easily remove every single loli post without reviewing them.
>Guy then says that he's reported the site to the website's host in the UK and to "Cloudflair" for hosting images of lolis.
>The owner of the site received the report and now has the guy's actual name, IP, and email address. The owner said that he'll be reporting the guy to his ISP for, in the guy's own words, "[Posting] material encompasses cartoon images involving a minor in situations which are pornographic and grossly offensive, disgusting blablabla."
Jesus way to play yourself, hey better accuse someone of something they know you have done and have evidence.
 

Corn Flakes

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A story in 4 parts:
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https://hypnohub.net/forum/show/95246?page=1 / https://archive.vn/83zw2

>Some guy posted an image of a loli. A mod ends up deleting it.
>Guy asks why it was removed and links examples of other images of lolis still up on the site.
>Mod explains that the staff have irl shit to deal with and can't easily remove every single loli post without reviewing them.
>Guy then says that he's reported the site to the website's host in the UK and to "Cloudflair" for hosting images of lolis.
>The owner of the site received the report and now has the guy's actual name, IP, and email address. The owner said that he'll be reporting the guy to his ISP for, in the guy's own words, "[Posting] material encompasses cartoon images involving a minor in situations which are pornographic and grossly offensive, disgusting blablabla."
I laughed, I cried laughed harder, I laughed harder still.

Oh, this was a rough weekend and I needed some cheering up. Thank you.
 

Burning Fanatic

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Not to necro but I found this thread via similar threads and what really sucks is that I like Kobi’s and Croc’s art style, like I’d commission them if they didn’t have the fetish shit
If you like any artist’s style/work enough to try and commission them, then go for it. Usually the artists you’d want to avoid supporting are those that are known for engaging in shitty or unethical behavior.
 
Necroing the thread because I have relevant info.
I was around when the site was created and in one of the IRCs Sleepymaid hung out in. Adding to the loli controversy, there was also a CP controversy very early on. Someone made an imageboard on tor called hidden hypnochan containing mind control fetish images using photos of real children in response to the content being banned on both hypnohub and hypnochan. DMCAs were another reason why. The site looked like hypnochan but had a link named /cake/ with the underage content. This was later removed. People were posting the onion link on the hypnohub forum and posters were asking for the link in the forum but those posts have been deleted. The hypnobooru posts are still alive.
Here is the only surviving thread referencing the site
Conversation about the site on hypnobooru
Here is an onion site list showing the site's (former) existence.
Hypnohub it a bit boring now. Loli is behind a login. There was some hypnochan drama but that was so long ago. The 4/8chan hypno audio has a little more drama due to the women who make the mp3s DMCAing the posts and the sissy hypno.
 
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