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#1  Postby Mike_L » Nov 25, 2010 10:24 am

Bunny-crushers stir online anger

2010-11-25

Beijing - A group of "crush fetishists" has caused an online storm in China after uploading graphic videos showing attractive young Chinese women crushing small rabbits.

In the widely circulated videos, several smiling women are seen in turn cuddling and playing with small bunnies just before crushing them as other giggling girls look on.

In one scene, a young woman places a bunny on a table before covering it with a plate of glass and sitting on it for about a minute. She then lifts the glass up to reveal the lifeless bunny, blood oozing from its snout.

Another of the girls dispatches one of the rodents by crushing it under her high heels.

The videos have sparked a heated response from web-users, who launched what is known in China as a "flesh search" - an effort to reveal the girls' true identities.
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#2  Postby Rome Existed » Nov 25, 2010 10:26 am

This has been going on for years in China. Their government needs to do something.
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#3  Postby Mazille » Nov 25, 2010 10:28 am

Why would you do such a thing?

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#4  Postby ughaibu » Nov 25, 2010 10:30 am

Rome Existed wrote:Their government needs to do something.
Stop censoring porn, for example(?)
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#5  Postby Tyrannical » Nov 25, 2010 10:31 am

Well, I have full confidence in the Chinese government taking appropriate action towards this.
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#6  Postby trubble76 » Nov 25, 2010 10:36 am

I imagine there are many people/cultures that would see this as little more than a bizarre form of playing with your food.
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#7  Postby Animavore » Nov 25, 2010 10:37 am

I don't get this as a 'fetish'. Animal cruelty is nothing new to me, but not as a fetish (at least, not overtly :shock: )
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#8  Postby chairman bill » Nov 25, 2010 10:39 am

I would suggest that it is in Chinese society's interest to locate these people; there is a clear link, attested to in the clinical criminological literature, between this sort of behaviour & later violence directed at people.
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#9  Postby Mike_L » Nov 25, 2010 10:52 am

trubble76 wrote:I imagine there are many people/cultures that would see this as little more than a bizarre form of playing with your food.

Quite so. And many of the world's great works of art (Botticelli's Birth of Venus, to name but one) are literally supported by bunnies. Rabbit skin glue was an ingredient of traditional gesso, the ground (base layer) applied to wood panel or canvas prior to painting (with oils or tempera). While acrylic grounds have largely taken over nowadays, hide glue is still an ingredient in "traditional" artists' gesso.

I'm a meat-eater, so I have no problem with bunnies for food (or art ingredients). It's the unnecessary cruelty / sadism of the crushing-for-amusement that appalls. :nono:
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#10  Postby Paul G » Nov 25, 2010 10:52 am

Tyrannical wrote:Well, I have full confidence in the Chinese government taking appropriate action towards this.


Ugh. Agreed.
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#11  Postby Mononoke » Nov 25, 2010 10:55 am

No comment.
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#12  Postby trubble76 » Nov 25, 2010 11:01 am

Mike_L wrote:
trubble76 wrote:I imagine there are many people/cultures that would see this as little more than a bizarre form of playing with your food.

Quite so. And many of the world's great works of art (Botticelli's Birth of Venus, to name but one) are literally supported by bunnies. Rabbit skin glue was an ingredient of traditional gesso, the ground (base layer) applied to wood panel or canvas prior to painting (with oils or tempera). While acrylic grounds have largely taken over nowadays, hide glue is still an ingredient in "traditional" artists' gesso.

I'm a meat-eater, so I have no problem with bunnies for food (or art ingredients). It's the unnecessary cruelty / sadism of the crushing-for-amusement that appalls. :nono:


Agreed, but I have met many people that give a very confused look if you mention animal cruelty. It's like you just mentioned tree cruelty or pond cruelty. Not everyone cares about animal welfare, not everyone cares about human welfare for that matter.
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#13  Postby Mike_L » Nov 25, 2010 11:05 am

trubble76 wrote:
Mike_L wrote:
trubble76 wrote:I imagine there are many people/cultures that would see this as little more than a bizarre form of playing with your food.

Quite so. And many of the world's great works of art (Botticelli's Birth of Venus, to name but one) are literally supported by bunnies. Rabbit skin glue was an ingredient of traditional gesso, the ground (base layer) applied to wood panel or canvas prior to painting (with oils or tempera). While acrylic grounds have largely taken over nowadays, hide glue is still an ingredient in "traditional" artists' gesso.

I'm a meat-eater, so I have no problem with bunnies for food (or art ingredients). It's the unnecessary cruelty / sadism of the crushing-for-amusement that appalls. :nono:


Agreed, but I have met many people that give a very confused look if you mention animal cruelty. It's like you just mentioned tree cruelty or pond cruelty. Not everyone cares about animal welfare, not everyone cares about human welfare for that matter.

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#14  Postby borealis » Nov 25, 2010 11:15 am

It never stops amaze me what some people need to see to get a hard-on.
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#15  Postby devogue » Nov 25, 2010 11:22 am

borealis wrote:It never stops amaze me what some people need to see to get a hard-on.


Indeed. Tony Blair being a classic case.

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#16  Postby Mononoke » Nov 25, 2010 11:38 am

trubble76 wrote:
Mike_L wrote:
trubble76 wrote:I imagine there are many people/cultures that would see this as little more than a bizarre form of playing with your food.

Quite so. And many of the world's great works of art (Botticelli's Birth of Venus, to name but one) are literally supported by bunnies. Rabbit skin glue was an ingredient of traditional gesso, the ground (base layer) applied to wood panel or canvas prior to painting (with oils or tempera). While acrylic grounds have largely taken over nowadays, hide glue is still an ingredient in "traditional" artists' gesso.

I'm a meat-eater, so I have no problem with bunnies for food (or art ingredients). It's the unnecessary cruelty / sadism of the crushing-for-amusement that appalls. :nono:


Agreed, but I have met many people that give a very confused look if you mention animal cruelty. It's like you just mentioned tree cruelty or pond cruelty. Not everyone cares about animal welfare, not everyone cares about human welfare for that matter.


Think about it this way, we live in a world where millions upon millions of animals are farmed and killed to satisfy our taste buds. This is no different qualitatively.
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#17  Postby NineOneFour » Nov 25, 2010 12:18 pm

Mononoke wrote:
trubble76 wrote:
Mike_L wrote:
Quite so. And many of the world's great works of art (Botticelli's Birth of Venus, to name but one) are literally supported by bunnies. Rabbit skin glue was an ingredient of traditional gesso, the ground (base layer) applied to wood panel or canvas prior to painting (with oils or tempera). While acrylic grounds have largely taken over nowadays, hide glue is still an ingredient in "traditional" artists' gesso.

I'm a meat-eater, so I have no problem with bunnies for food (or art ingredients). It's the unnecessary cruelty / sadism of the crushing-for-amusement that appalls. :nono:


Agreed, but I have met many people that give a very confused look if you mention animal cruelty. It's like you just mentioned tree cruelty or pond cruelty. Not everyone cares about animal welfare, not everyone cares about human welfare for that matter.


Think about it this way, we live in a world where millions upon millions of animals are farmed and killed to satisfy our taste buds. This is no different qualitatively.


I do not get off sexually when a cow is killed so I can have a steak, so this tired, worn-out, and insipid argument is going nowhere with you. Plus, anyone dispensing moral advice with your penchant for getting a charge out of torturing animals is not credible.

As for the OP, these videos are illegal in the US, and they should be everywhere. Animal cruelty is a crime. Deal with it.
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#18  Postby jez9999 » Nov 25, 2010 12:20 pm

NineOneFour wrote:As for the OP, these videos are illegal in the US, and they should be everywhere. Animal cruelty is a crime. Deal with it.

But slaughtering animals en masse isn't animal cruelty? :)

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#19  Postby borealis » Nov 25, 2010 12:44 pm

Mononoke wrote:
Think about it this way, we live in a world where millions upon millions of animals are farmed and killed to satisfy our taste buds. This is no different qualitatively.


No different? Cows are electrocuted, not being crushed under somenone's ass. Which way you'd prefer to die?
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#20  Postby devogue » Nov 25, 2010 12:49 pm

borealis wrote:
Mononoke wrote:
Think about it this way, we live in a world where millions upon millions of animals are farmed and killed to satisfy our taste buds. This is no different qualitatively.


No different? Cows are electrocuted, not being crushed under somenone's ass. Which way you'd prefer to die?


Well, lots of them have their throats cut without being stunned.
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