My thoughts on Sweet Young Malaysian Girls Blog

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Last night, my friends shared this really disturbing blog link on Facebook. When I looked through it, I initially thought, okay, this creepy guy is into girls named Cheryl. I thought wrong… I saw many photographs of my friends. Worst feeling was when I saw my own pictures there too.

As far as I know, the blog contained many pictures of girls mostly in Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur and links to other blogs like ‘Asians in Swimgerie’ (Never knew such a word existed..)
Gentle warning, don’t click on ‘Asians in Swimgerie’, jesusmotherofgodlordsaveme, for the sake of finding out the owner of the blog, I can’t believe I clicked it. I saw girls (SOME HASN’T EVEN HIT PUBERTY YET) in bikinis. JESUS. Who in the right mind compiles photos of females of ALL ages in bikinis??! Oh my eyes..

The creepiest part is that the photos posted are dated back 3 to 4 years ago.. When the girls were still in secondary school. Even the photos of me posted there were dated back in 2010. That’s the part where sent chills down my spine. Let’s all hope he is only a pedophile in cyberworld and wouldn’t do anything against the will of teenage girls.

I had to find out who created the blog regardless of what intentions he had. I scrolled all the way to the bottom and saw the ‘contributors’. Well, Dustyhawk is listed as one of the contributors, and the only one everyone could point a finger at since his blog is the only one that has personal information of himself. The other 2 contributors were ignored completely since nobody could tell who created those.

The thing is.. I would have believe that Dustyhawk was defamed if he didn’t have this interesting category – Internet Babes. Quite suspicious huh? The dates of those blog entries are in between his other blog posts, and the way he wrote it, tells us clearly that he was the one behind those Babe entries. It’s cool if you’re into hot girls, but very young looking girls, that’s not right anymore. If you’re defamed, I’m so sorry for you, but you can’t turn things around anymore because of that category you have on your blog. Actually, regardless whether the Sweet Young Malaysian Girls is linked to you or not, that category itself disturbs me and possibly many others.

Keep your fetish to yourself cause it’ll keep you out of trouble, really.

Anyway, what else could we do? We’ve all reported the horrid blog. Me and the rest of the world are just sitting around waiting for the blog to be shred to pieces into the internet dustbin and an explanation from Dustyhawk who conveniently disappeared from the internet for several hours now.

I’ve been catching up on the comments to see what people think about this issue, most would suggest and warn the girls to start privatising their profiles and pictures.. Too late. Maybe the creator of that disgusting blog has already saved each and every photo of us girls already. Honestly, I think the warning that everyone should also be reminding each other is to always, ALWAYS make sure that you take care of yourself in cyber world AND the real world. Keep a look out for yourself and your friends while you’re out having fun. In cyber land, don’t expose your address or any super duper personal information. I know there’s no way we can avoid creeps/peeping toms/rapists/psychos completely, but an easy extra step to protect yourself, why not?

Anyway, I’m pretty much thankful that he only posted pictures taken from our Facebook accounts and not personally taking photographs of us, stalking us in real life but the most pissing off part of this whole situation is reading all the rude and dumb comments made by the public. I’ve stopped after seeing 1 guy’s comment. Pointless to continue reading and get all agitated over people who couldn’t care less.

I can’t even.. Uggh..

It’s not like he privatised his pictures to begin with, why is it that only ‘imbecile’ (referring to us girls) should stop giving access of pics on social media? That gave me the impression of a sexist. If a girl was raped, I am so certain that he would accuse the girl for being there or showing too much skin and caused the man to rape her. (Gee, it’s obnoxious to even write that sentence)

We, the girls, authorized the profile pictures to be on public, heck, we post them on social media so people can view them. That’s the whole purpose. Social media is such a big part of so many people’s lives now. And with Google, you can find a million pictures of girls naked/under aged/cute/young/Asian/Caucasian/half naked whatever.

I think the biggest reasons why we’re all so disgusted by it is because of the compilation of so many mutual girl friends in the blog and those photos are of when the girls are aged 13-17 years old. Doesn’t that creep the shit out of you?? You’re clearly weird, if it doesn’t. If it doesn’t bother you, then don’t bother commenting in the first place.

 Blah, blah, blah… Unnecessary vulgarity.

What a drama. Any updates, do comment below! I’d love to know if the blog has been taken down or any explanations appear on internet.

~UPDATE~

Here’s the latest response from DustyHawk -> Link

Guess what guys, we’re all just an experiment. Woo! I didn’t know people are allowed to use our photographs without our consent. Someone should make a short film about this huge scandal – How to lose all your friends over a weekend.

Joke of the era. His ego is so high up, nobody can see it anymore. Who in the right mind would ever would risk losing reputation, connections and friends for such a pathetic experiment? Are you going through mid life crisis or something? 10 years of ‘experience’, you should know better than to cause such damage to your non-existent reputation. Now, you’ve got your 5 minutes of fame, are you happy? Are you extremely proud of yourself with this extremely unnecessary achievement in life? Or did you not bother asking these questions yourself?

You’re so egoistic and arrogant, nobody is going to hate you any lesser with your latest statement(s). Misusing laws of power blogging?!? I mean, what is that? Took you 3 days to find such laws? Your desperate level is catching up with your ego up there.

17 thoughts on “My thoughts on Sweet Young Malaysian Girls Blog

  1. This is definitely disturbing news, however I do think that girls don’t privatise their profile enough. I’m not talking about your profiles before you add someone. From what I see (in my friend requests) there are MANY girls who constantly add random people on the internet, JUST because they see mutual friends. Even if they don’t know the person, they trust that their mutual friend has added them means that its safe. Honestly, you don’t even know if your friend has the habit of simply adding random strangers who send you a friend request.

    This could be argued but it’s just my opinion, but I don’t think that the girls in the blog are ENTIRELY not at fault. Just maybe a small percentage. If you happen to be very strict with who you add then I guess you were really unlucky and I’m sorry if I offended you :( I hope the website will be taken down nonetheless and I did see pictures of my friends in there so it’s not that I don’t understand the situation (and I’m a girl)

    1. This is definitely disturbing news, however I do think that girls don’t privatise their profile enough. I’m not talking about your profiles before you add someone. From what I see (in my friend requests) there are MANY girls who constantly add random people on the internet, JUST because they see mutual friends. Even if they don’t know the person, they trust that their mutual friend has added them means that its safe. Honestly, you don’t even know if your friend has the habit of simply adding random strangers who send you a friend request.

      This could be argued but it’s just my opinion, but I don’t think that the girls in the blog are ENTIRELY not at fault. Just maybe a small percentage. If you happen to be very strict with who you add then I guess you were really unlucky and I’m sorry if I offended you :( I hope the website will be taken down nonetheless and I did see pictures of my friends in there so it’s not that I don’t understand the situation (and I’m a girl)

      Nah, you’re entitled to your own opinion. To me, it’s okay if girls want to go all public with their photographs, that’s no different with working models. Just as long as the girl knows how to take care of herself in real life, that’s all good. Can’t avoid having all girls to have super private accounts because some girls just want a lil’ fame/attention for different reasons (No offense, it’s okay to want some, I do too, sometimes.).

  2. it would have been an awesome plot twist if it was a girl who created the site, just to feel sexy by putting her own pics there. and to make it believable, she added some more photos or friends and friends of friends. she made it seem like those girls including her was stalked, and pic stolen just to be posted on a blog about sweet young malaysian girls. guys maybe perverts, but most of them are damn hell too lazy to do shite like that. girls on the other hand, require a whole.damn.lot.of.attention and drama. fact, half of us are horny sluts.

    1. it would have been an awesome plot twist if it was a girl who created the site, just to feel sexy by putting her own pics there. and to make it believable, she added some more photos or friends and friends of friends. she made it seem like those girls including her was stalked, and pic stolen just to be posted on a blog about sweet young malaysian girls. guys maybe perverts, but most of them are damn hell too lazy to do shite like that. girls on the other hand, require a whole.damn.lot.of.attention and drama. fact, half of us are horny sluts.

      Hahaha ! That would be the prank of the century! I kinda wish that’s true!!

  3. I don’t think Serge did that website. He’s too much of a pro blogger to create such a messy blog. If he’s doing such a stupid thing, I believe he would have been clever enough to hide the fact that it is him. – Just my thoughts.


  4. Ree:

    omg this scared the heck out of me!
    What happened in the end?
    I’m actually afraid to continue blogging now.
    what sick sick people .

    Do u seriously think u have privacy online? You never did. Even Google has been collecting your private data for their own business purposes. It is also easy to view a person’s FB even though he/she has blocked you, or has a privacy setting that doesnt allow u to view them the normal way, as long u know the tricks. Even as a college student near his mid 20s i have dated form 4-5 girls at my age, think of it as hanging out with a friend. I make new friends from almost any age groups online or via mutual friends. And, liking high school girls is no big deal – that’s not being a pedophile. Being a pedophile means liking children under 13. High school girls are no longer kids, they are teens. Too many ppl misusing the term “pedophile”. What this blogger did may be creepy, but the fact remains, you never had any privacy the moment u go online.

  5. Look, I don’t agree with your statement “It’s not like he privatised his pictures to begin with, why is it that only ‘imbecile’ (referring to us girls) should stop giving access of pics on social media? That gave me the impression of a sexist. If a girl was raped, I am so certain that he would accuse the girl for being there or showing too much skin and caused the man to rape her. (Gee, it’s obnoxious to even write that sentence)

    We, the girls, authorized the profile pictures to be on public, heck, we post them on social media so people can view them. That’s the whole purpose. Social media is such a big part of so many people’s lives now. And with Google, you can find a million pictures of girls naked/under aged/cute/young/Asian/Caucasian/half naked whatever.”

    1) As a girl, I’m pretty darned sure all of us are well damned aware of posting such pics on the internet.

    I’ve personally go click on few of those links to see what sort of pics this fella choose, and obviously most of them would have a pic showing her cleavage.

    Mind you, everyone on the social media network could download your sexy pics to fap to(no I’m not referring to you, but if the shoe fits, go ahead and put it on). I DARE TO ADMIT THAT because I know my brother does SUCH THINGS BEFORE. Just a lil cleavage is already a fappable substance.

    Nonetheless, we can’t do anything regarding to this. s/he is not creating any catfish account and we could not make any false assumption. so yeah. no use raging bout this blog. just report it and end of story. not a need to make a big fuss outta it.

    1. Look, I don’t agree with your statement “It’s not like he privatised his pictures to begin with, why is it that only ‘imbecile’ (referring to us girls) should stop giving access of pics on social media? That gave me the impression of a sexist. If a girl was raped, I am so certain that he would accuse the girl for being there or showing too much skin and caused the man to rape her. (Gee, it’s obnoxious to even write that sentence)

      We, the girls, authorized the profile pictures to be on public, heck, we post them on social media so people can view them. That’s the whole purpose. Social media is such a big part of so many people’s lives now. And with Google, you can find a million pictures of girls naked/under aged/cute/young/Asian/Caucasian/half naked whatever.”

      1) As a girl, I’m pretty darned sure all of us are well damned aware of posting such pics on the internet.

      I’ve personally go click on few of those links to see what sort of pics this fella choose, and obviously most of them would have a pic showing her cleavage.

      Mind you, everyone on the social media network could download your sexy pics to fap to(no I’m not referring to you, but if the shoe fits, go ahead and put it on). I DARE TO ADMIT THAT because I know my brother does SUCH THINGS BEFORE. Just a lil cleavage is already a fappable substance.

      Nonetheless, we can’t do anything regarding to this. s/he is not creating any catfish account and we could not make any false assumption. so yeah. no use raging bout this blog. just report it and end of story. not a need to make a big fuss outta it.

      Krissy, I guess you misinterpreted my message. I do mean that girls who already publicised their photos online should know damn well that people are gonna look at them, but he doesn’t have to scold the girls, calling them imbeciles who should have stopped giving access because ‘the girls have been warned before’.
      You’re right, we all should calm our titties and move on with life. No big deal. I’m sharing my thoughts because everyone’s just freaking out and not thinking right, not thinking about why everyone is disgusted by the blog in the first place.

  6. Someone please enlighten me and tell me why this is causing such a big drama. What effect will this ‘thing’ have on the ‘victims” lives, INCLUDING ME? I get that it is considerably acceptable thing to do but why cause such a big stir? It is not that difficult to compile pictures of people if their profile is not private. Heck it takes less than 10 minutes to compile what the blogger has compiled over the past few days. And since you made your profile on facebook public, what difference does it make if it is displayed on his blog? I don’t understand. it’s not like you are nude or posing in a sexually suggestive manner. Heck you even get tags that compliment you. This is just my 2 cents. agree or disgaree is up to you but I dont see the need to overreact over something so petty. If you didn’t overreact, no one would even notice the blog.

  7. conveniently disappeared?

    first of all, i do not spend sitting on my buttock 24/7 to read and write blogs.

    on the part of Internet Babes section (which is now removed) , those photos were taken from a public domain. Those domains have not explicitly mention that the photos cannot be used elsewhere.

    and yes it is a fetish and yes there was nudity, however i go for artistic nude. you may have seen “porn” type of nudity on my site before, those pix corresponds with the article i am writing.

    i didnt mean to cause any harm from that section and judging from the comments here, im not sure if you read my statement.

    1. conveniently disappeared?

      first of all, i do not spend sitting on my buttock 24/7 to read and write blogs.

      on the part of Internet Babes section (which is now removed) , those photos were taken from a public domain. Those domains have not explicitly mention that the photos cannot be used elsewhere.

      and yes it is a fetish and yes there was nudity, however i go for artistic nude. you may have seen “porn” type of nudity on my site before, those pix corresponds with the article i am writing.

      i didnt mean to cause any harm from that section and judging from the comments here, im not sure if you read my statement.

      Just to clarify, I am a photographer as well, and I have done artistic nude shots with my models. This is an example image of artistic nude from Google -> Link. Not the camwhore/casual photoshoots on your blog.. Know the difference of softcore porn and artistic nude. I have nothing against your fetish, but why can’t you just keep kinky fetishes to yourself? Didn’t you think of the consequences? I’m probably 10+ years younger than you, I would’ve think about what could have happen if I publish kinky or weird obsessions online. You kinda just set yourself on fire. So take it like a man and admit fault if it is indeed your doing and treat it as a lesson to learn in life to keep some of your stuff PRIVATE.

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