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Christian TikToker Dragged After Comparing His 'Dark' Obsession With Trans Porn To 'Ted Bundy'

Christian TikToker Ryan Foley tried to compare viewers of trans porn to the infamous serial killer in a bizarre confessional video.

Screenshots from Ryan Foley's confessional TikTok video
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A Christian TikToker named Ryan Foley claimed watching pornography made him vulnerable to "spirits" and it led him down a path that got "darker and darker" to watching "whack stuff."

However, the type of pornography he shamefully confessed to watching did not contain any violence or involve sex with minors.

Instead, the pornographic content he was led to watching was consensual sex involving transgender people.

Foley additionally made the outrageous claim watching pornographic sex between trans and cisgender people can turn viewers into Ted Bundy–the heterosexual serial killer who kidnapped, raped and murdered numerous women throughout the 1970s.

The viral clip showed Foley with a friend and sitting behind a small table with a Bible on it.

The video's overlaying censored text read, simply, "P*rn."

Foley started with:

“This is why I had to actually completely stop watching porn and stop playing around with it."

His friend in the video sat silently nodding in agreement.

You can watch the clip, here.

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Foley continued:

“The porn I was watching, gradually, as I watched over the years upon years, it just kinda got darker and darker into wack stuff I’d never thought I’d be watching."

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The Daily Dot article featuring the viral video shared by Twitter user @LolOverruled explained that what Foley was expressing referred to a typical concern about the porn industry.

Although there has been discussion about how online algorithms can lead viewers of pornography to more intense and violent content, one research has suggested otherwise.

“I jumped into some weird categories, man, this is tough,” said Foley, before revealing the controversial category in question.

“Transgenders having sex with chicks, and why am I watching this stuff? Well, because I’m opening myself up to spirits.”

The media outlet noted how conservative Christians often use the term "spirits" in conjunction with their degradation of pornography.

The Daily Dot wrote:

"The idea that watching porn opens people up to 'spirits,' which are always bad in this context, not to be confused with the Holy Spirit, is not new."
"Right-wing Christians often make this claim, although they might call them 'demons' or 'devils' instead, but the idea is that viewing something sexual opens a person up to bad entities that will make them do bad things."


TikTokers however had their hunch about Foley's true nature.


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The TikToker's confession went further off the rails.

“As it gradually goes, it gets darker. And I was watching…Transgenders having sex with transgenders, and then dudes.”
“Eventually, the porn’s not gonna be enough. Just like Ted Bundy. Eventually, the porn wasn’t enough for Ted Bundy, and he started actually doing the acts, and I started doing the acts.”



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But Foley was happy to mention he found salvation after suggesting he had sex with a transgender person.

“Know this, there’s good news at the end of this. Jesus found me, I found Jesus. I started to develop a relationship with Jesus."
"I realized that porn was in between me and God, and that I had to take a spear and shove it down the heart of porn, and kill it in order to get to Jesus.”


Those who felt sympathy for Foley encouraged him not to be so hard on himself.


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The friend weighed in with an "amen," and praised the TikToker for his courage to open up after he slayed porn with a spear.

The spear, or the Spear of Destiny–also known as the spear that pierced Jesus' side as he hung on the cross–is a common metaphor used by Christians.

Foley's friend ended the clip by affirming:

"Power testimony, dude. It takes a lot of strength to bring sin to light. And it's just so powerful and I commend you so much."