Bee porn is a term used to describe the internet’s favourite form of bee-themed internet pornography, where people upload videos of bees being harrassed, shot at, and/or otherwise abused.
Bee porn sites have sprung up across the internet, with people sharing footage of bees and even people trying to capture them.
Bee porn has also come to be associated with the “bewitching” and “bitchy” bee, which is an image of a male bee that people are generally drawn to when they see a female bee, and is often associated with bee-related events and festivals.
In fact, in the UK alone, there are around 500 bee porn websites, and around 90% of them are owned and operated by people who own or are connected to bee farms.
Bee pornography can also involve video clips of bees mating, the sounds of bees hooting, and the sounds made by bees buzzing.
Bee culture bees can also be seen in bee videos, where bees sing and dance.
Bee porn is not just an online phenomenon, it is also a form of political protest and activism.
In 2016, Bee Sex Week was launched on the internet as a way to highlight the exploitation of bees by beekeepers, who are using the internet to spread misinformation about bees and their habitats.
Bee Sex Week’s goal is to “make bees a political issue, and raise awareness of the harms of industrial farming and the need to protect the environment and beekeeping”.
In 2017, Bee Free Week is organised to raise awareness and raise money for the Bee Free Campaign, which promotes a “fair and humane” beekeeping system and a campaign to end the commercialisation of bees.
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