Disney, Fortnite and Pokemon: The Animated Porn Luring Kids to Porn Sites

*Trigger warning: This article contains references to graphic sexual content.

It starts with an innocent search like “Disney,” “Cartoon,” “Disney Princess,” “Fortnite,” “Video Games,” or “Pokemon.” Within a few clicks, kids are bombarded with titles like “Tinkerbell’s Attempt at Anal,” and, “Frozen – Elsa gets f*cked and cr**mp**d.

James was just 6 when the search term “sex” was suggested in a search related to Pokemon. He shared, “Ever since then, porn has been an on and off part of my life… My perception of what girls wanted was completely shaped by what I saw in porn.

While cartoon and animated pornography have been around just as long as “live action” pornographic films, the evolution of animation technology and widespread access to the internet has created an entirely new realm of dangers for kids.

Search terms for animated porn are steadily increasing and content is made readily available not just on porn sites but on common websites children use on a daily basis.

Upon a few quick searches on Google, “Disney Porn” produced 157 million results. “Princess Porn” had 326 million results, “Minecraft Porn”, 67.2 million results and “Fortnite Porn,” 63.8 million results.

One of the top websites is none other than the notorious Pornhub. “Minecraft” has more than 1,500 videos on the platform, with titles like “Minecraft girlfriend” featuring animated porn and boasts 1.4 million views.

A search for “Frozen” resulted in 334 videos with titles such as “Elsa from Frozen Blows and Swallows | Animated” with 126k views.

Other popular Disney films have been turned into porn. “Aladdin f*ck Jasmin” (6 million views), “Disney Princess hentai – Tiana meets Charlotte” (animated lesbian porn with 7.1 million views), and “Big Hero 6 – Sex with Cass (MILF) – 3D Porn” (1.7 million views).

In some cases, the characters are even played by real people: “Peter Pan and The Lost Boys F*ck Wendy”, a hardcore gangbang of real people dressed up as the characters with 2.6 million views; and “Elsa has been f*cked like a sl*t – Frozen 2 cosplay by Eva Elfie,” cosplay of a girl dressed as Elsa with 3.9 million views.

And one of the main causes for alarm for the existence of this type of porn is that included in every one of these titles are regular innocent search terms that kids use every single day.

Childhood exposure to porn is no longer a matter of “if,” but “when.” When pornographic videos are being produced with a child’s favorite cartoon character, the chances of kids being exposed to porn dramatically increases. According to the BBFC, 62% of 11- to 13-year-olds who reported having seen pornography in an online survey, described their viewing as mostly “unintentional.”

I’ve heard disclosures of kids performing sex acts on animals which has been influenced by their compulsive porn use. I’ve heard disclosures of kids who are creating explicit videos with sex toys because of what they’ve seen online, and I’ve had teenage girls tell me that strangulation is sexy. So clearly, kids are conflating violence with sexual pleasure, because of what they’re seeing in porn.

Children’s spaces are violated by the perverted use of popular, non-sexual cartoons for illicit pornography. And accidental exposure like this can lead to a lifelong addiction to porn.

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In September 2021, a pornographic scene produced using a character from a popular children’s video game became a trend on Tiktok. The clips featured an Egyptian cat-like character having, penetrative sex to the beat of Croatian singer Sandy Marton’s 1980s track “Camel by Camel” in a setting reminiscent of the character’s home in the game.

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The full film, titled “Ankha by Ankha,” was created by an artist who goes by Zone online and creates not-safe-for-work (NSFW) art featuring popular cartoon characters. Zone has uploaded pornographic videos of characters from cartoons like “Teen Titans,” “My Life as a Teenage Robot,” and “Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends,” each pulling in millions of views.

Uncensored clips of the animation spread like wildfire on TikTok, many containing the link to the full video in captions. TikTok dominates youth culture and with over 1 billion users, it’s inevitable that kids on the platform will be exposed to traumatizing and harmful material. As of 2020, approximately 16 million teens aged 14 or younger are on the platform, and an estimated 70% of all American teens use TikTok.

The oversexualization of children by the media, especially over the female body, on the platform is quite concerning. This wouldn’t be the first trend which encourages the sexualization of girls. With the platform consuming so much of teens’ time and attention, it has become a powerful grooming tool.

Other concerning trends surround dangerous, demeaning, and harmful kinks, like “knife play” and choking.

Animated Porn Pushes Exploitation

Some animated porn consumers argue that this type of porn is safer and more ethical to view because it’s not exploiting real human beings and is not linked to sex trafficking. They also claim that it is not inherently harmful to the viewer because the content is animated. But as we discussed above, this is far from the truth.

Animated porn makes sexual violence a form of entertainment. Violent rape themes and ideology are distributed through cartoon porn and can influence boys to believe committing violence against women and girls is acceptable.

A sexual assault nurse examiner who recently spoke at Exodus Cry’s symposium in Washington, DC, shared, “I’ve heard disclosures of kids performing sex acts on animals which has been influenced by their compulsive porn use. I’ve heard disclosures of kids who are creating explicit videos with sex toys because of what they’ve seen online, and I’ve had teenage girls tell me that strangulation is sexy. So clearly, kids are conflating violence with sexual pleasure, because of what they’re seeing in porn.

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In males as young as 14, a correlation was confirmed in several studies between frequent pornography viewing and an accepting stance toward raping a girl. Another study found that 70% of high school boys who were frequent viewers of porn, including that which features violence and the sexual abuse of children and animals, reported that porn made them want to try out what they had seen.

Animated Porn is Luring Children

Animated porn, like any other, is deeply exploitative and primes viewers to see violence, sexual assault and rape as acceptable, and even desirable, acts. And unfortunately, this content is way too readily accessible to children.

Kids must not be allowed to access such violent and degrading content freely and without restriction on the internet.

We recently hosted a symposium on curbing online sexual exploitation, along with the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), in Washington DC. We had the honor of screening our film, Raised on Porn, to legislative officials and hand-delivered our Protect Children Not Porn petition to Congress, which called for required robust age verification, with government ID, on all sites hosting pornographic content.

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Children deserve a chance to be free. With voices like yours, we can uproot porn’s toxic influence on our society and change the narrative that is teaching our children to accept gratuitous sexual violence as a part of the standard sexual experience. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of children. Donate below to fund the movement to Protect Children, Not Porn.

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