A fan, a retard pissed on both sides, worked as a gravedigger, saw the autopsy of a swollen grandma (they call such a lapdog), lay under the train, by the way it’s quiet there if you rest your eyes on one point, then it’s fucking dizzy, it’s not worth repeating. exhumation is an interesting process, photos were uploaded to memory) into the cart)) old 1488)))
For whom is such a survey given? It is hardly possible to develop psychology. But an average statistical one can be collected precisely in extreme cases of manifestations of mental disorders that are recorded on documents. But again, his interests in the north of the Internet will not be held on examination)))) thoughts, desires. Some people have their whole lives on the Internet.
The original Minced Bear was closed 5 years ago, if not more. I know this firsthand, because I myself was a member of that group. "Lawsuits" began to come to the administration of the group (honestly, without a clue as to what is called) that the group contains bad materials. Always in the description of a video or photo they wrote words, I don't remember exactly which ones, but the meaning was "learn from other people's mistakes and do not repeat at home." By the way, I sat in this group when I was not even 15. I loved all these videos with murders, meat, etc. And yes, everything is fine with my psyche. On the contrary, it helped to improve my perception of the world, I took off my rose-colored glasses and understood what was happening around and what people were capable of. All in all, it gave me more than I'll describe here.
You see, those who start having "problems" after such groups are simply prone to mental disorders. It's like blaming cruel games for child abuse.
Any information is useful to one degree or another, you just need to be able to filter it.
Blood pain death! To rip out your heart ... Ahem, ahem, sorry As a subscriber of this group I declare. Quite fine, they mostly come there to gawk at the guts just out of curiosity, or "oh, how witty and immoral" joke in the comments.
Of course, there are a lot of perverts who look at these materials not out of curiosity. The audience of such public pages, like any others, can be divided into some "interest groups". But let's start from the fact that people come to look at photos / videos intentionally, and it is human "content".
Fetishists. They prefer to watch (sometimes not only watch, well, you know) materials on the Internet, in real life they saw only animal corpses. They secretly dream of seeing a human corpse or murder in real life. Can be considered quite healthy, perhaps perverts.
Why so much. Children / adults who look purely in order to tickle their nerves. Most often, they are disgusted with what they saw, but purposefully visit them again and again. Harmless, looking for adrenaline.
Intellectuals. They also come in purposefully, watch, discuss. Consider themselves experts in all areas. They say that corpses and a dismembered person are seen every day, but in fact they lose consciousness from the sight of blood. By the way, a funny paradox - the blood in the photo / video does not cause the same effect as in real life. There is an explanation, but now is not about that. Not quite sick, more strange.
The ones described above are harmless and quite healthy. Unlike the following 2 categories:
Fanatics. Things are worse with these. Their interest in such materials is not limited only to browsing the Internet, they go further. Crime reports, printouts on all walls, albums with photographs of dead animals, anatomical literature and the like. Full phase shift, BUT (!) Themselves are not ready to kill or dismember a corpse.
Psychos on call *. Completely repulsed, mentally unstable. Most likely, they received appropriate treatment, which did not solve their problem. Completely unpredictable, obsessed with the desire to repeat what he saw on the internet in real life again and again. It should be understood that such individuals are in the minority (less than 1%), but they exist.
I am ready to discuss in more detail. If you have any more questions, I'm always glad.