When I give my award-winning lecture series “Asking For It: The Art of Victim-Blaming, Slut-Shaming, and How to Ensure Nobody Will Ever Like You”, I will use this ask as my primary exemplar.
Note the subtle but mystifying logical leap that is performed as the anon connects “posting photos of yourself on the internet” with “wanting to discuss their sex life in detail”.
The very act of being Female on the Internet, and sharing in the same activities that countless other people do, immediately means that she should be open and accepting of any personal questions asked of her.
Alex does livestreams and posts photos of himself on Tumblr, and seems to always be accepting questions. And yet, if he dodges a question or chooses not to answer one because of his personal choice no one says that he is “asking for it” as well.
But because of your antiquated views, you have mistakenly made a connection that because broadway-aradia is a young female who has made the choice to use the Internet like everyone else - posting photos, video chatting, etc - it means that you get to fetishize her and berate her when she does not fulfill your desires. Nobody has to talk about their sex life or turn ons or anything else with anyone they don’t want to, and putting it on the Internet basically means talking about it with everyone. But instead of respecting her choice to say what she wants about herself, you are blaming her and trying to shame her for essentially saying she won’t be your sex toy.
You really need to re-think how you are going about things here, anon. Saying you will take asks, and even being willing to answer some personal questions, does not mean that a person has to reveal any details you want just so you can lower her to the level of spank-bank material.
I actually had to reread the OP a few times trying to figure out what the hell I was missing “because this doesn’t make any fucking sense, what the hell?”
This is… pretty fucking disturbing honestly.