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Sun B.

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A concerned citizen intent on warning others of pedophiles hiding in plain sight

3 Reviews by Sun

What was once a great anime discussion/dress-up doll site from the early 2000s has now devolved into a wasteland of begging and lootboxes. The magic that this site once held has long since faded. Rampant inflation, multiple changes in management (each worse than the last) and the loss of a large percentage of its userbase has led to Gaia being on its last legs. Only the most hardcore fans and nostalgic users are still around any more.

Unfortunately, this has also lead to a dip in moderation and safety on the website. Gaia is a 13+ website, but it's well known that younger users frequent it. These two things, combined with the aging population of older users, has lead to some very obvious, very dangerous situations. Certain faster and less moderated forums will often see open sexual activities in large topics, with the offending posts drowned out from obvious view by a handful of users bumping the threads for money.

To call Gaia a breeding ground for pedophiles is to call carborane acidic. The only positive here is that the site itself with its dated appearance, hyperinflation and hostile forums will keep some of the more vulnerable users away. Still, it is definitely not a site that you should let your children access. Be extra careful if you see them using Gaiaonline.
E621 is a popular website for the uploading and viewing of drawings of anthropomorphic animals (furries.) However, there is a far more sinister side to this site.

Numerous prominent users have been banned for arbitrary (and non-rulebreaking) reasons because they have come too close to the truth.

The current site owner (known only by the username NotMeNotYou) and his second-in-command (known only by the username Ratte) have not only approved of comments wherein users talked about wanting to perform sexual acts on actual children, but have reprimanded and banned those who have called out such comments.

This site and its administration team will inevitably be investigated and likely shut down in the coming years, as it encourages illegal activities and suppresses those who do not approve.
The site itself is not bad, but it is a breeding ground for pedophiles. I have encountered numerous rooms where adult men are very clearly grooming children under the guise of 'roleplaying.' There are even chat logs available of these adults admitting to knowingly having cybersex with users who are underage. Despite this, even presenting with the evidence, the Chatzy administration does nothing to stop this. Be warned, if you find this site in the history of your childrens' computers or phones, block it immediately!

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