What’s Wrong with this Picture?

If you have a gallery at dA or simply enjoy looking at art there, know that at some point during your browsing, you will end up going down a rabbit hole you didn’t want to go down. It just happens. You click on a piece of art you like and  then you see a picture you like less, and inevitably then you end up at a gallery that’s nothing but furry vore. It will happen. I do not search out this stuff, but sometimes it creeps in on my browsing (for art that I genuinely like) and then I’m stuck with the psychic scarring.

Today, I ended up at this spot, a gallery entirely devoted to removing the heads from sexually suggestive pictures of women.

Here’s his bio…be prepared to laugh:

I love cars, women, and having life

He loves women, y’all.

But you know what? It’s cool. Because:


Favorite TV shows: The Big Bang Theory

 

I can’t decide whether this is better or worse than the gallery entirely devoted to showing pictures of hanged women. I guess we can be thankful that this and the aforementioned fetish cannot be combined.

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17 thoughts on “What’s Wrong with this Picture?

  1. BTW, in trying to find the hanging gallery again, I learned from the “art like this” feature that showing naked people hanging in nooses is apparently super-sexy. Yes, apparently this is a full-blown *thing*. People are fucking weird.

  2. You click on a piece of art you like and then you see a picture you like less, and inevitably then you end up at a gallery that’s nothing but furry vore.

    Speaking of vore. Check out the “definition of vore” page. Couch-vore… who knew?

    Today, I ended up at this spot, a gallery entirely devoted to removing the heads from sexually suggestive pictures of women.

    Sounds like somebody’s a real big fan of Perdido Street Station.

    I still think dragons having sex with cars may be the strangest paraphiliac genre. At least it doesn’t promote violence against women.

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