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Disgusting Content? A Look At The Hatchet Blog

The GW Hatchet Blog contains posts by Hatchet editors as well as commentary by various Internet users unaffiliated with the GW Hatchet. In recent months, Hatchet has gained a following larger than its usual readership, mainly because of its controversial advertisements and articles about child molestation. Many people who were disturbed by these ads have gone to their computers to read the Hatchet Blog, in which they can find similar disturbing content, only this content is no longer written by anonymous authors. The GW Hatchet now consists of posts that are written by real people and that include disturbing sexual content. Resource – bagtheweb.com

Disgusting Content? A Look At The Hatchet Blog

A number of people have contacted the law enforcement authorities in an effort to have Hatchet content removed from the internet, as they believe that Hatchet is encouraging sex crimes. In an article on the Hatchet Blog, the author anonymously states that he or she “will be releasing more articles soon,” and that he or she “hopes to release at least one a week.” He or she further states, “Some of the material is rather upsetting,” and, “It’s easy to justify the feelings of those who are offended.”

Some of the more disturbing images included in some of the images posted on the Hatchet Blog include photographs of dismembered babies and kittens, and photos of actual child molestation. The author of one article says that he or she “thought it might interest you,” in a message to other readers that reads, in part, “I really don’t think anyone should be enjoying this imagery. If someone does feel violated, then maybe they should report the URL to us. I certainly hope nobody ever feels uncomfortable using our pictures on our blog, but these images are simply not something we are going to sit around and do nothing about.” Although Hatchet does not list any of its individual websites where its content may be accessed, several of its web sites redirects to a version of the Hatchet blog. The website associated with the Hatchet Blog includes links to its own content, as well as links to disturbing images.