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The 21-year-old, whose real name is Mary-Belle Kirschner, was heavily criticised earlier this week after she shared graphic 'triggering' images on social media without a warning.
Now she has posted a video, captioned 'Twigger warnwing :3', in which a man in a balaclava yanks her by the hair before brushing her teeth.
She has also shared four photographs captioned 'My perfect second date <3', in which she appears tied up and gagged in a bath, with marks on her legs and a hand holding her under water.
This comes after she shared pictures on Tuesday of her 'perfect first date', in which she can be seen roleplaying a kidnapping scenario, having been bundled into a car and tied up with rope - with one graphic image depicting her 'kidnapper' having sex with her.
She was heavily criticised for both the content and lack of a trigger warning, but she insisted that she was not promoting rape or dressed as a child, and that people who are sensitive to such content shouldn't follow her.
Delphine told LADbible: "There is nothing wrong with enjoying powerplay and BDSM where both people are consensual. I think saying because I enjoy consensual non-consent is promoting rape, is the same as the argument that violence in video games promotes violence, I made it very clear in the caption of my photo, and anything written about it that I was enjoying it and that is was consensual, I never said the word rape, or anything against my will. This is what other people have put onto it.
"I enjoy the idea of being tied up and used (with my consent, obviously). Another thing that people have said, is that I'm trying to dress like a child, which to me is insane. I felt like dressing vintage that day and even styled my hair in a beehive that was very common for women of that time. All the clothes I wear are made for adults, so the only thing that people can comment on maybe is the fact that I'm wearing a dress? It's very confusing for me.
"No one likes rape, no one wants rape to exist. Saying that I support rape is the same as saying that 50 percent of the female population does, because if you look at statistics based upon this (from studies done over the last 30 years, including new studies) a lot of women have powerplay/rape fantasies in the exact same way. I consented to being tied up and to having rough sex."
She continued: "I am not apologising for anything, what I did wasn't wrong, and much more normal than people think. Look at one of the most common sexual outfits and fantasies, schoolgirl. If you wear that are you promoting paedophilia now? The front page of porn websites include fantasy scenarios of every different kind you can think of. Incest, step-mom, teacher etc. Just because someone likes the fantasy of something, doesn't mean they want it in real life. Sex is complex and explorative, but should always be consensual.
"I post a lot of sexual stuff to my Twitter, because it's for my OnlyFans, people who are sensitive to kinks and sexual content shouldn't be following me, I've made it very clear that I'm posting hard-core porn."
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