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She is a kind of camgirl/ famous porn actress on the internet, but not up your videos XXX on instagram, is well known for it but not the kind of porn super star rises just porn.

In instagram she seems all very sexy girl with "goals body," reminds me a little of the version cute Charlotte Free, her instagram is decent photos of it, their pets, some toys (no sex toys), Fantasy art, aesthetic things, the truth is that it is good composition.

Really wanted to do this post because I think she is very pretty, very sweet, charismatic and so could become something more "decent" and avoid living from it (aka the boyfriend)

 

a buzzfeed interview ...

 

 

and netw

 

TUMBLR:                                     https://ixnay-on-the-oddk.tumblr.com/

INSTAGRAM:                               https://www.instagram.com/kittenisodd

YOUTUBE CHANNEL OLD:        https://www.youtube.com/user/OddKitten/videos   

                                                    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpm6h-jhFuiFzx9ghuCZPsA/videos   

TWITTER:                                   https://mobile.twitter.com/AsheMareexox             

     

 

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I've been following her ever since her interview with Buzzfeed and I find her very pretty and sweet.

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I'm really tired of these Instagram famous webcam girls. At best her career will last her another 5 years. 

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The video is really sad. What she is doing is kind of sad, and a bit gross. She's basically a prostitute on the internet that men get off to, and "nude cam model" is a more nicer name to hide behind. But hey, business makes money for satan and one must do anything to get it, even if it means going beyond one's moral values.

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makes money for satan 

 

Uhhh... what? 

I don't see why her job should be shameful. She likes her job and is happy with it - she's financially independent, she's pretty successful, and is willing to share about it if one asks. She's also pretty active on tumblr and helps girls out and gives them advice if they're interested in the same area.

As long as she's happy and not hurting anyone, I don't see what's wrong lol

 

 

*also about her being skinny or used as thinspo and what not. She actually has some health issues and it's hard for her to gain weight soo... sometimes on social media she'll talking about trying to workout and eat more to add on some weight

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There are a few problems I have with her (I will say she seems like a nice person otherwise)

I first came across her a couple years (?) ago, as people were posting some of her pictures as thinpso on tumblr. I get that she has some medical issue NOW, but if you know young girls are taking pictures of you as inspiration to lose weight, albeit possibly in an unhealthy way... Maybe she shouldn't continue feeding young girls with photos like that? Or simply not promote herself on a website where I assume the majority of the user base is young girls? Her telling people to stop reporting photos and that she doesn't have an eating disorder does nothing to stop that. It also seems, from that buzzfeed interview, that she may have had an eating disorder at some time, before/during losing that weight. Personal:

I had accidentally came across my boyfriend's porn stash, which had a few dozen of her videos in it. When I mentioned it to him, his FIRST RESPONSE was "If you lose a little more weight, you can be pretty like her!" Like, excuse me? I am a grown up, and I am comfortable with myself, thankfully. But if this was told to someone else who wasn't... It's just not good. This is the kind of impact she has on others. I'll leave it at that.

 I also don't support the porn industry. I understand that some people are tight on money and need more income, and that's cool, but is it really necessary to objectify yourself? On one hand, it's great that many women are comfortable with their body. But why the sex industry? There are numerous options for people to make money with the same set up she has, without making men pay to fap to them. I don't like that she glamorizes her life(style) to impressionable young people either.

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If she's happy with it then let it be i guess? 

I also remember that she said in one of her ig posts that shes keeping her nudes "minimal or not that much showy" since some little girls follow her on ig and stuff

Shes really pretty and ive been following het eversince the buzzfeed vid :alpacacrush:

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Some people just want to be body positive and see the body (at any size) to be beautiful and share it, even if she does have some health issues. I'm in the tumblr yoga community and you'll always come across people who practice yoga nude or near nude and share that with the community - some skinny, some not. I can understand the fear of people using photos for wrong reasons but at the same time I think people deserve to have the freedom to express themselves no matter what body shape they are.

I don't like supporting the porn industry that much either; simply because a lot girls are forced into do things they don't want to do, forced to do drugs, and etc. But Ashe does this at the comfort, safety, and freedom at her own home. I can understand that people see a sex worker as objectification, but some see it as empowerment as well - and again, she seems to enjoy her job and is happy.  Just my opinion, but I just don't see sex nor a sex worker as immoral nor shameful, it's just outdated thinking.

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I feel like if people want to discuss their opinions on people who work in the sexual entertainment industry it should be created as a new debate thread, as this should be a place to discuss the online personality. Otherwise this thread will become a clusterfuck of varying opinions and possibly quite heated. 

I don't know much about her but I follow her on social media. I haven't seen any huge blow ups or drama surrounding her (then again I could have missed something somewhere) but overall she seems pretty relaxed. I find her quite pretty too. The only time she seems irritated is when people get her photos removed because too many people reported them as "pro ana" even though she has made no mention of promoting and supporting any eating disorders. 

I think it's silly people report her photographs because some preteen thinks she is skinny and "#goalsAF". I also think it's ridiculous some people are telling her not to post selfies on the internet because some children are ripping photographs of her and tagging it as "#thinspiration". As someone who is struggling to recover from an eating disorder, I honestly think that if someone sees a picture of a skinny person and thinks "omg I need to starve myself" and acts upon it, they are not mature enough to be using the internet.

I say that I am struggling to recover from an eating disorder, not to give myself some sort of "all powerful right" on what is and is not triggering for someone specifically with anorexia. On the contrary it is to explain that after going through the disorder myself and being a part of multiple therapy groups and recovery programs through the years I know you can't wake up one day, log into tumblr, see a skinny girl, and say "I am going to starve myself to look like her", and suddenly be able to go through with it and become enveloped in a life destroying disorder such as anorexia. It usually is formed through years of self loathing, shame, guilt, misery, and often a coping mechanism to deal with depression or anxiety. Sometimes in cases of abuse people will close themselves off and stop eating too. At least, I have never come across someone in real  life or on an eating disorder forum that said "Oh yeah I saw a ton of pictures of this really skinny girl and I felt fat so I starved myself until I became diagnosed."

Tumblr's main demographic may be teens but the rest of their demographic is adults. To say she shouldn't post herself on websites targeted to teens (based on her appearance not her occupation) is ridiculous. I can't fault Ashe Maree for posting selfies. In the end, if her selfies are "triggering" (pre)teens then they probably should not be on Tumblr, Instagram, Snapchat, etc. Using this logic any girl with normal to slender appearances should be banned from posting pictures of themselves to the internet if teens are the main demographic. It should not be up to the posters/creators to censor themselves but rather the (pre)teens or their guardians/parents. If Ashe Maree was waving the "pro ana" banner I could see this being a huge problem, and a good reason to move her into the Snowflake category too, but she isn't. 

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I saw the buzzfeed interview yesterday, it was pretty interesting. And she seems really sweet:lamaheadshake:

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I don't understand why I got so many thumbs down. I was just stating my opinion, which isn't far off from the truth. The truth is, the sex industry is disgusting and no one should be a part of it. But it does, because of business....just like the meat factories that abuse their animals and yet we still eat chicken, cow, pig. Why don't you guys understand that objectification and exploitation IS wrong, no matter what you say?

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I don't understand why I got so many thumbs down. I was just stating my opinion, which isn't far off from the truth. The truth is, the sex industry is disgusting and no one should be a part of it. But it does, because of business....just like the meat factories that abuse their animals and yet we still eat chicken, cow, pig. Why don't you guys understand that objectification and exploitation IS wrong, no matter what you say?

 

First off, the food industry and sex industry are two very different topics. (Also, an opinion is a subjective thought while fact is a valid, provable piece of information.) 

Secondly, there's a huge difference between the industrialized, huge porn studios compared to myfreecams and other "at home" means of production. I can understand not wanting to support the big companies and such because of the abuse their actors/actresses go through, but like another user said, this is from the safety and comfort of her own home. 

Showing off her body or using it in a way she's comfortable with is not a horrible, immoral issue. Maybe you grew up and were led to believe sexuality is wrong and vile but it's definitely part of human nature. We're the only mammal that has sex as a hobby. That's exactly what she's capitalizing on. She's profiting. It's working. 

Maybe sexualization of the human body is wrong to you, but it can be seen as enjoyable and pleasing for many others. Just because you don't agree doesn't mean it's disgusting or comparable to slaughter houses.

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There are a few problems I have with her (I will say she seems like a nice person otherwise)

I first came across her a couple years (?) ago, as people were posting some of her pictures as thinpso on tumblr. I get that she has some medical issue NOW, but if you know young girls are taking pictures of you as inspiration to lose weight, albeit possibly in an unhealthy way... Maybe she shouldn't continue feeding young girls with photos like that? Or simply not promote herself on a website where I assume the majority of the user base is young girls? Her telling people to stop reporting photos and that she doesn't have an eating disorder does nothing to stop that. It also seems, from that buzzfeed interview, that she may have had an eating disorder at some time, before/during losing that weight. Personal:

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 I also don't support the porn industry. I understand that some people are tight on money and need more income, and that's cool, but is it really necessary to objectify yourself? On one hand, it's great that many women are comfortable with their body. But why the sex industry? There are numerous options for people to make money with the same set up she has, without making men pay to fap to them. I don't like that she glamorizes her life(style) to impressionable young people either.

 

 

yep agree when I met her on instagram said is cool nice and things, but then when I knew it was porn actress remains as wtf, because many girls they're going to see as a role model and let the youth of today is very impressionable and openmaind parents do not help anyway she warns "my job is not for everyone" and if she seems to have some control over who has sex and what it does, but how many girls end up in the hands of super-abusive exploiters the porn industry that do not even care whether healthy or are HIV can be up and induce addition to cocaine, meth and etc.

Some people just want to be body positive and see the body (at any size) to be beautiful and share it, even if she does have some health issues. I'm in the tumblr yoga community and you'll always come across people who practice yoga nude or near nude and share that with the community - some skinny, some not. I can understand the fear of people using photos for wrong reasons but at the same time I think people deserve to have the freedom to express themselves no matter what body shape they are.

I don't like supporting the porn industry that much either; simply because a lot girls are forced into do things they don't want to do, forced to do drugs, and etc. But Ashe does this at the comfort, safety, and freedom at her own home. I can understand that people see a sex worker as objectification, but some see it as empowerment as well - and again, she seems to enjoy her job and is happy.  Just my opinion, but I just don't see sex nor a sex worker as immoral nor shameful, it's just outdated thinking.

 

 

yep, she seems to handle the issue of sexual work decently, I have seen some of his videos and are not bizarre or try to
 
- Fuck bitch, makes this * slap *             
:haiplz::haiplz:  lol
and its instagram is sexy but not vulgar?
that is why I followed ...

I admire the slender bodies, toned and care, unfortunately my body is not such by many factors but I'm not obese simply'm not super thin, but I set it on the issue that although it is thin is not "sick" thing about the girls have some kind of Dismorphia, what terrifies me is that many girls if offended when her own body is not like it and besides that think they make killer diets and vomiting is like other people can achieve that kind of bodies, we never find out why this happens and be extremely thin without suffering any eating disorder is not cool, it is extremely complicated, care (as it may be due to a disease that has no treatment, new diseases? ) that may be too hard to wear and to receive comments from body etc goals and all they do is depressing that person back.

I think you should write a sentence like
my thinness is the result of a disease, find your proper weight and stay healthy ...

or something like that ....

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I would have a problem if she marketed her nude webcam activities towards children but she explicitly explains it's for adults and is really open and honest about answering questions, and as users have said before Ashe Maree always explains it is not a job for everyone. She further explains (on multiple occasions) that making money by getting naked sounds easy and fun but it can be stressful and uncomfortable if the person is not in the right relationship or wants to have a relationship in the future. She has stated it's a big decision and will effect the participant for life. So all in all I think she is being responsible about it. I don't think one can really work the "she's marketing it for (pre)teens" angle.

yep agree when I met her on instagram said is cool nice and things, but then when I knew it was porn actress remains as wtf, because many girls they're going to see as a role model and let the youth of today is very impressionable and openmaind parents do not help anyway she warns "my job is not for everyone" and if she seems to have some control over who has sex and what it does, but how many girls end up in the hands of super-abusive exploiters the porn industry that do not even care whether healthy or are HIV can be up and induce addition to cocaine, meth and etc.

 

Is it her responsibility to address the porn industry? Has she acted in a porno or is it just webcamming? I'm only aware of the webcamming. If she has acted in porn then I think it would be a good idea to say something about the industry. . .then again I don't follow pornstars so I don't know how many women speak out about it. Plus webcamming isn't going around from hotel to hotel and hustling your body so I think she is much safer on the drug/HIV point. I guess what I am trying to say is if she is not in porn(outside of webam)/prostitution then I don't understand how she needs to speak out those industries. If she doesn't have any experence in them, it may be hard to speak about them. It's almost like a "well I heard and studies show. . ." conversation which anyone can take a part of. I don't think anyone will really care what a webcam model has to say. I think it would go more good if adult film actresses spoke out about it.

I admire the slender bodies, toned and care, unfortunately my body is not such by many factors but I'm not obese simply'm not super thin, but I set it on the issue that although it is thin is not "sick" thing about the girls have some kind of Dismorphia, what terrifies me is that many girls if offended when her own body is not like it and besides that think they make killer diets and vomiting is like other people can achieve that kind of bodies, we never find out why this happens and be extremely thin without suffering any eating disorder is not cool, it is extremely complicated, care (as it may be due to a disease that has no treatment, new diseases? ) that may be too hard to wear and to receive comments from body etc goals and all they do is depressing that person back. 

I'm trying to clarify what you meant with this paragraph as I think you mentioned some good points. I think you were stating that many girls go to eating disorders (anorexia/bulimia) if they do not like their bodies. While a good portion of people are affected by eating disorders it is a whole spectrum. Sadly eating disorders also cover over-eating commonly called Binge Eating Disorders or sometimes they fall under EDNOS (Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified) which covers anything not fitting in the BED/ANA/MIA categories. So between BED and EDNOS there are a lot of girls and boys that OVER eat and GAIN weight included in eating disorder statistics. You have to look at individual studies to see which ONLY include anorexia, bulimia, and ENDOS that only focusing on restricting and weight loss. It's frustrating, but worth the research if you want accurate statistics. Either way, yes a good portion of people have eating disorders but "many" is debatable.

But I think it's extreme to say girls are offended if they see a body they want to have, and therefore they are inspired to starve themselves. Sadly, being a part of eating disorder forums I see a lot of posts such as "help, i need to lose 20lbs and here is my height and weight. how do i do it in two weeks?" Normally the height and weight they post is perfectly healthy. Of course eating disorder forums (even those that border "pro ana") refer people without eating disorders (as much as they may wish they want one) to see a medical health care provider or speak to parents or a counselor if they are struggling with their weight. However, most people cannot suddenly stop eating. Even restricting calories is a learned process. Sometimes the body is shocked by trauma (in cases of sexual abuse it's actually pretty common) but those cases are a low percentage when you look at anorexia and bulimia as a whole. HOWEVER, most people cannot suddenly start starving. So when you see people reposting anyone's photos as "#thinspiration" understand that most people probably diet for a couple days and resume their old eating habits. Or perhaps they manage to fast until dinnertime and then they resume eating. 

I think you should write a sentence like
my thinness is the result of a disease, find your proper weight and stay healthy ...

or something like that ....

 

My personal perspective comes from eating disorders that's not a genetic illness so it may not be the right lense to look at Ashe Maree. I know when I was getting a lot of comments about how thin I became (5'5''/165cm and 90lbs) I was too uncomfortable with admitting I was anorexic to comment about it. Even when my family and fiance found out I kept pretty quiet about it. Strangers would comment because in the USA it's normal for people to say "wow you are so thin" "i wish i had legs like yours" "wow you must never eat, haha~" comments and jokes (yet not about fatness, it's really strange). I always shied away from commenting back or laughed it off since they were usually just trying to make "small talk" anyway. When I was more active on social media I avoided all comments about my weight. Even now that I am focused on recovery I don't talk about my weight in public. I feel more confident online because people don't have to see how frail or ghastly I look (even though I'm maintaining around 100lb-105lb). I wouldn't be comfortable stating "my thinness is a result of a disorder, please focus on health instead of weight". 

Maybe Ashe Maree has the same uncomfortable feeling surrounding her disease? She hasn't expanded on it much since I started following her. I don't know if it's genetic or something she developed herself after an injury, illness, etc and not taking proper care of herself. She is already so vulnerable as a nude cam model. I can't imagine shedding another layer of herself and being that personal online. I don't think broadcasting "I'M SICK. PLEASE DON'T ASPIRE TO LOOK LIKE ME" would hurt (especially because I thought she was anorexic at first since it tends to be rarer that bulimics get down to really low weights) but I don't think it's necessary if she isn't ready to talk about it. 

 

 

Does anyone know what disease she has? At any point has she been open about it? She looks so frail sometimes I almost wonder if she isn't using "disease" as an excuse because she actually has an eating disorder. . . 

Would lying about having an eating disorder constitute her being a snowflake if someone unearthed. . .IDK a MyProAna account of hers or something where she preached something about sacrificing babies and small pets to the "GoDdeSs AnA bUtTeRfLy" to lose weight quickly (not in a sarcastic way)? :Alpacaconfused:

Futhermore does anyone have any drama about her? Surely this girl has to have something more interesting than being pretty and being a nude cam model. 

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I don't understand why I got so many thumbs down. I was just stating my opinion, which isn't far off from the truth. The truth is, the sex industry is disgusting and no one should be a part of it. But it does, because of business....just like the meat factories that abuse their animals and yet we still eat chicken, cow, pig. Why don't you guys understand that objectification and exploitation IS wrong, no matter what you say?

 

Please don't derail. If you want to have a discussion about the ethics of sex work and animal agriculture, you may do it in another thread and in a reasonable, structured manner without flinging insults. Thanks.

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