The fact that so many have a problem with this, completely repudiates the claim that "asmr" is not porn.
It is porn.
Most understand this already at the subconscious level. This is why so many of the comments under every video of a young woman doing "asmr" refer to the shame and embarrassment of being caught watching.
If it was not sexual then a child doing it would not cause the discomfort that it does.
There is no mystery to asmr. Nearly all of the so-called triggers are just replicated noises that a baby or child associated with its mother tending to its needs. This evokes conditioned responses and feelings that babies felt during that contact with the mother (first sexual object.)
So it is in fact incestuous as well as sexual.
I am amazed that no one has figured this out yet, but then again, that kind of realisation is also likely to be immediately buried in the subconscious.
Look at the common "triggers", all first heard in the cot or crib, and associated with mother's presence/contact.
>sucking noises (feeding)
>hair bring brushed
>watching a woman putting on makeup
>the sound of nylons as mother gets dressed with baby or toddler nearby.
>pages turning as mother reads a magazine near the baby, or a story to the child.
>soft voice or lullaby - self explanatory.
>personal attention - the daily experience of nearly every baby.
Sure, "asmr" isn't creepy at all, it is just an incestuous masturbatory fantasy regression to infancy manifesting in teenagers and adults who under healthy social conditions, would already have transferred that role to an actual living, unrelated, person of the opposite sex.
Among teenage and older male incels, "asmr" acts as an ersatz substitute for the real thing and allows the him, through suspension of disbelief, to briefly feel physical intimacy. A technologically suPost too long. Click here to view the full text.