Logan Dorn: TikToker policing women's beachwear says porn 'destroyed' him in video

Logan Dorn sparked outrage across social media after he posted a controversial video and talked about pornography and women's clothes


                            Logan Dorn: TikToker policing women's beachwear says porn 'destroyed' him in video
Logan Dorn sparked outrage across social media after he posted a controversial video on social media (Facebook/Logan Dorn)

A TikToker who was accused of trying to police what women should wear on the beach has responded to the backlash with his "side of the story". However, he only became the subject of further ridicule after he recalled how pornography “destroyed” him as a child.

Logan Dorn sparked outrage across social media on Tuesday, September 9, after he shared a TikTok video, which he also posted on his Facebook and Instagram. He was forced to turn off the comments section on his TikTok video, which went viral for all the wrong reasons. The original video saw Dorn telling two women that what they were wearing on the beach was "pornography" and recommended they wear something that "covers [their] body." 

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In the clip, the women said they were just above 18 years old and were in Fort Collins, Colorado. Dorn started the video by noting that he was at a reservoir where there were visitors from different age groups — right from adults to teens to boys who were 6 to 9 years old. He explained that after coming out of the water, his family insisted on moving because there were “college-aged women here that are showing too much".



 

“Right there and then, I just had a righteous anger come over me, and also just a boldness by the Holy Spirit to go into confronting these ladies, to speak the truth that, ‘Hey what you’re wearing is not ok for a 9-year-old boy or a 6-year-old boy’,” he added.

Dorn then stated that he was “introduced to pornography at a young age” and it "destroyed" him. “And in that moment, the righteous anger to defend and protect young eyes came over me,” he continued. “I’m not going to apologize,” he asserted, saying society was deteriorating because “pornography and lust are at an all-time high." He also went on a transphobic rant and dismissed non-binary people, according to the Daily Dot.



 

As expected, he sparked quite the uproar on social media. Some users accused him of checking out the women and making excuses upon being caught red-handed. “Dude, your wife caught you staring at other women, and now you are putting up this whole charade to pretend you were staring out of horror for their swimsuits,” one quipped. “You’re a phony.”

“Just admit that you were gawking at women at the beach like a perv and got caught, so you try to make up the reason was because of you being offended by them,” wrote another. Following the backlash, Dorn limited commenting on the post. A number of observers told him that God wouldn't approve of his views. “That boldness was not the Holy Spirit. That was your own perverted, misogynistic, patriarchal bullshit getting spewed all over the place,” one commented. “God is so disappointed in you.”

“This is not persecution. This is not an attack on your faith. This is not “cancel culture” or an infringement upon your right to free speech, or proof of a society in decline. This is accountability," another chimed in.“You have such a twisted view of what the Father calls us to do, this is why people turn away from Christ. This is why people want nothing to do with the church,” a user commented on his Instagram video.

Dorn also faced considerable backlash on Twitter. "Logan Dorn is the dudebro who gets to police women's bodies. (Betcha he 'hates' the way groups like the Taliban treat women)," one Twitter user wrote. "Logan Dorn of Colorado needs to shut the fuck up and sit down," another added.



 



 

Nonetheless, Dorn continued to double down in follow-up videos posted on his social media. In one of them, he pushed back against comments about him checking out the women and being a controlling fiance, saying their relationship was based on truth and Jesus. He added that it “couldn’t be further from the truth” that he was checking out the women.



 

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