A few years ago I downloaded a video on YouTube about the life of my mantis of the species Sphodromantis Viridis. I managed to shoot a rare event – mating mantises. But two later this video was blocked for “sexually provocative content.”
Mating lasted about a day. The male survived, as the female during the whole process of mating was fed by cockroaches and by the end was full. In a living nature, a female mantis does not always eat a male and in half the cases everything ends peacefully.
Yesterday, I received a message stating that my video was removed due to a YouTube policy violation, because it contains “sexually provocative content”.
The YouTube service policy allows you to challenge the violation and appeal, which I did, but was refused. Employees of Youtube carefully studied the video and confirmed in it the presence of sexual content.
As a result, my video was not unblocked and I received a “strike” for violating the rules of the service. Since I do not agree that the video violates any rules, I filled it again.
A few more photos of actors from my home porn studio: