Ta to Daphne, who has has pointed us towards this. Yep, that was us.

Personally, I think any parent who is that worried about what their children sees on YouTube should be supervising them extremely closely on the net anyway. More to the point, you can’t only upload things to YouTube that are suitable for children – that’s what the content warning and age restriction features are there for. But I think Robert has been extremely good about this – he’s not asked me to remove the videos, but is simply pointing other people towards his own stuff to avoid confusion.

For that reason, I’ve removed the videos from YouTube, as he deserves it for his kind behaviour – even if I think the original complaints from other people (not from Daphne, incidentally) are really rather silly. Besides, it’s hard to get too worked up over the retention of stuff that was breaking copyright anyway.

Unfortunately, I’ve deleted the original video files like an idiot – and my DVD recorder is broken, so I can’t recapture them at the moment. But at some point, the videos will reappear in our Downloads section, hosted by us. Considering the rest of this site, the videos will fit in nicely.


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  • Am I the only one who sees the irony in attempting to make that the first video that shows up in a search “for the childrens’ sake”, and then showing two of the naughtiest bits of the clips in question in that video?? Either he’s not really that bothered and was just taking the mick, or that wasn’t very well thought out on his part!

  • You were so sweet to take them down…but I feel awful that the videos are lost.

    It IS funny that he ended up putting himself naked in the video, but I think it was more the content…a bare ass isn’t really that big a deal, but seeing him “practice his love” in that one video was (while hilarious) made me feel a bit – erm – exposed. ;-)

    Also, as a mom of a 12-year-old it’s gotten to the point where I can no longer sit with him and police his every move. Even with software designed to catch inappropriate content for a 12-year-old, that got through…I tested it.

    And the way I look at it, the kids (the really young kids) are the ones who suffer if their parents don’t monitor what they watch…it isn’t their fault if they have stupid parents. But the kids are the ones who will be affected by it.

    Again, thank you for being so amazing about this. A change in tags might have fixed the problem, but you were really respectful by taking them down. I’ll look to see if I can find those clips elsewhere – I feel just awful that they’re gone.

    EDIT: Found one on the net – but I can’t tell if it’s downloadable:


  • The content being lost is COMPLETELY my own fault – I should have kept the original video files. I thought I had, but I can’t find them. Once the DVD recorder is fixed, it’s easy enough to recapture them, so don’t worry about that!

  • Well, speaking as someone who was once a 5 year old, my policy is that if the kid can understand it, they probably know enough not to be harmed by it. And if they can’t understand it, they’ll either ask their parents an important question, or they’ll ignore it.

    I saw a porn mag strewn on the grass at about 5 years old. I remember thinking “Why has that lady got no knickers on?”, then skipping in for my tea. I was lucky enough to have parents who answered all my questions honestly, though. I think that’s where the real cause of damage lies; with the parents. Sex is such a central part of life, and I think children more often than not are intelligent enough to handle the fact that it goes on, even if they don’t really understand the appeal.

  • When I was 12 years old, we got the internet for the first time, and my parents, for some reason, agreed that the PC should be in my room. I wanked myself dry.

  • Oh what lovely subject matter! I always thank the Christ that my mum never caught me…in combat with the purple-headed warrior. It’s bad enough when she’s asking you why the mouse is stuck to the desk, or why your room smells of cum…

  • You can’t have been a fully grown human, then? I used to be 12, I hate people who abuse themselves…

  • Parents these days eh. I agree It’s hardly that shocking, I’ve seen the clips myself and it’s nothing that these children won’t hear about in their schools these days, as we all did in the past I’m sure. After all we all have to learn about these facts sometime in life do we not. Basically it’s the fault of the parents who just think ”yeah what the hell use that computer, I’m sure the net is a safe place for my youngsters.”; it’s the fault of youtube for not having stricted protection policies and search filters. The parents that are complaining are the rather wet ones who need to understand that the world on the net isn’t all cuddly and kid friendly and the sooner they learn that the better. Plus it will give them a kick up the backside to watch their kids if they must.

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