Teen Sexual Harassment "it's pink" reaction examples.

I Know It's Pink / Teen Sexual Harassment

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I Know It's Pink, also known as I Bet It's Bubblegum Pink, refers to the widespread phenomenon of TikTok users (often teens) using variations of the phrase "I know it's pink," "it's grippy" or a hex code for a shade of pink known as #FF94A4 when commenting on a TikTok of an attractive girl or woman. Such "pink" comments have existed on TikTok since at least early 2021, with others like the Grip Reaper meme existing since 2022 and TikTok hornyposting memes such as Ichigo scream as related trends that took off in late 2022. The rise of such comments led to various discussions in early 2023 about the nature of "internet compliments" and how they tend to veer overtly sexual to the point of Teen Sexual Harassment in certain Gen Z internet circles.


TikTok comments referring to young girls and women's vaginas as "pink," supposedly as a compliment, have existed since 2021, with an early example being highlighted by TikToker[1] @whostayy on March 4th, 2021, gathering over 500,000 plays and 120,000 likes in nearly two years (seen below, left). On March 5th, 2021, TikToker[2] @anniegonzalezz posted a video replying to one such comment as well, gathering over 300,000 plays and 20,000 likes in nearly two years (seen below, right).


literally like huh wtf like it’s getting out of hand yall

♬ Hayloft – Mother Mother

@anniegonzalezz Reply to @leadzz_ ♬ original sound – souljaboy

@anniegonzalezz's video also contained comments acknowledging that the "it's pink" trend is starting to gain traction, while another comment presents itself as an early instance of the hex code trend (seen below).

Ike it's becoming a trend 2021-3-5 Reply View more replies (10) ✓ okolfip I know its #FE2E9A 2021-3-6 Reply View more replies (4) ✓ ♡ 769 111


Various viral TikToks addressed the epidemic of "it's pink" comments in 2021. On August 3rd, 2021, TikToker[3] @izziesmith12 posted a video replying to one such comment, gathering over 3 million plays and 200,000 likes in over a year (seen below, left). On November 9th, 2021, TikToker[4] @crazyjamjam_ gathered over 300,000 plays and 30,000 likes replying to one such comment in over a year (seen below, right).


like please calm down😭💀

♬ frank gallagher quotes – shameless

@crazyjamjam_ too descriptive #foryou ♬ The woman was too stunned to speak – dom☆

A notable example of the hex code trend being used in reference to a man was posted by TikToker[5] @elijahxkins on December 9th, 2021, directed towards artist Jack Harlow. The video is akin to the X Inches Long X Inches Wide meme.

@elijahxkins ♬ if its pink I want it – rene

The comment trend continued into 2022, with TikToker[6] @crazyjamjam_ posting a video about the "pink" comments she receives on her profile, gathering over 800,000 plays and 100,000 likes in eight months (seen below, left). On August 20th, 2022, TikToker[7] @gripstergurly posted a video replying to a "pink" comment, gathering over 1 million plays and 80,000 likes in over four months (seen below, right).

@crazyjamjam_ #foryou ♬ original sound – aaliyahs_flower

@gripstergurly Replying to @chickent3ndy ♬ use this if youre gay – alex ◡̎

In early 2023, discussions about the uncomfortable nature of the aforementioned comments began to gain traction on Twitter, with Twitter[8] user @coldhealing quote tweeting screenshots of hex code comments on January 13th, 2023, and saying, "it's extremely common for the comments of a girl's tiktok to be spammed with variants of 'i bet it's pink' referring to her p*ssy. genuinely insane behavior, i don't even think prime 4chan would have done that and this is 16-year-old males on real name accounts." The tweet gathered over 1,000 likes in a day (seen below, left). On January 12th, Twitter[9] user @estrogennie posted a tweet saying, "people dont even compliment you normally anymore it’s always literal sexual harassment," gathering over 60,000 likes in a day (seen below, right).

cold @coldhealing it's extremely common for the comments of a girl's tiktok to be spammed with variants of "i bet it's pink" referring to her p*ssy. genuinely insane behavior, i don't even think prime 4chan would would have done that and this is 16 year old males on real name accounts kira* @kiracantmizz. Jan 11 this is sick work 2495 36 80 8:34 AM - Jan 13, 2023 202.6K Views coolassusername it's definitely #FF94A4 3m Reply All Images 52 Retweets 49 Quote Tweets 1,953 Likes 36 comments gbbell05 Nah this crazy 1m Reply Color picker Videos Shopping ⠀ News Maps B Boo tommy 4 days @estrogennie. Jan 12 people dont even compliment you normally anymore it's always literal sexual harassment il 1.2M tommy 4 days @estrogennie 161 6,554 61.2K "its grippy" "its pink" "mommy?" JAIL TIME! 10:24 AM - Jan 12, 2023 - 105K Views 247 Retweets 50 Quote Tweets 8,475 Likes *** ***

As of January 2023, TikTok has banned search functionality for the phrase "I bet it's pink."

% 8 Tik Tok i bet its pink Top Accounts Videos Q + Upload No results found This phrase may be associated with behavior or content that violates our guidelines. Promoting a safe and positive experience is TikTok's top priority. For more information, we invite you to review our Community Guidelines. 11 0 Get app K

On January 24th, 2023, Redditor /u/snowyjabroni made a post on /r/offmychest, detailing how they figured out what "It's pink" comments meant, adding that the shade of pink is often only naturally found on young girls below the age of 12. They discussed how many boys and men making these comments likely don't know or think deeply enough about what they are saying. The post gathered over 300 upvotes in a week (seen below).

"It's bubblegum pink" please stop. I don't even think some of you understand what you're saying (self.offmychest) 358 submitted 6 days ago * (last edited 5 days ago) by snowyjabroni Edit because I didn't realize this was as unknown to people: What this entails is people on tiktok referring to women's genitalia as "bubblegum pink", ultimately sexualizing that color of genitalia even though that color is only ever naturally found on girls bellow the ages of 8-12. Posts of women and young girls just being themselves are full of these comments as well as "it's grippy", "who's gonna stop me", and things of that nature. A young girl was even harassed off of her vr game due to people following her from her tiktok onto the game and making these same jokes to her in voice chat. Edit #2: Okay just to make things clear, I'm not trying to imply that men that make this joke are pedos. What I'm saying is that the joke itself is in that ballpark and that's why it's disgusting. I'm sure a ton of these guys are just following the crowd and what others are doing, but that doesn't excuse them from criticism. Also, just to explain a little clearer, women can have almost any shade of pink/red genitalia. Most of the time, with age, your genitalia tends to become muted/darker in color. Are there some instances where a female might have a lighter color into their adulthood? Sure, it's possible. What's concerning about it though is that a number of these comments are underneath videos of children, the ones with lighter pink areas. So in this case, these men are in fact pointing out their youth in a sexual way. OG post---- I've grown up around predominantly guys my whole life. This had me at a point in time where I was constantly also making fun of women, putting them down, meanwhile I myself am a woman. I finally grew out of it after graduating high school. —————— All that is more of context, but here's the real issue. Stop saying s--- like "it's bubblegum pink". I could go on and on about why you shouldn't say r*pe jokes but clearly a good chunk of you guys don't see any issue in that. It's really disgusting to see how popular a pedophilic joke has become. That's literally whats happening. You might not know because you have never seen nor touched a woman in your life, but it is not often "bubblegum pink". In fact, with age, your genitalia begins to darken/grey. You know what that means, right? You're sexualizing a trait that not many grown women actually have. That is something mainly prepubescent children would have. Grown woman may still have it, but that doesn't change the fact you're commenting it on posts of children. Do better, or at least keep your tasteless jokes out of innocent women and underaged girls' comment sections. NSFW 155 comments source share save hide give award report crosspost hide all child comments

Chicago Grip Reaper

Grip Reaper, also known as Chiraq Grip Reaper or Chicago Grip Reaper, is a catchphrase used by people to refer to a video featuring former Vine star ChloeLMAO, whose real name is Chloe Woodward. The video features a blonde Chloe wearing headphones and seated on a stoop as they deliver a quirky monologue that ends with "Just kidding! I live in the old city of Chicago [incomprehensible noises]." In 2022, internet users parodied the moniker "Chiraq Grim Reaper," used to describe late Chicago rapper "Lil Reese," and used it to express their amusement at Chloe's quirked up personality and expressing their attraction to Chloe.

@poopshredder #duet with @bruhwastakenwastaken ♬ original sound – ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀

It's Definitely #FF94A4

It's Definitely #FF94A4 is a viral TikTok comment referring to the hex color code for a light shade of pink-red. In January 2023, a TikToker commented on a female TikToker's video, "Its definitely #FF94A4," referencing the color he assumed her vagina to be. The comment was then screenshotted and gained viral spread, inspiring other TikTokers to spam it on women's videos and make videos referring to #FF94A4.

kira* @kiracantmizz this is sick work 7:34 PM - Jan 11, 2023 1.7M Views 2495 36 80 All coolassusername it's definitely #FF94A4 3m Reply Images 36 comments gbbell05 Nah this crazy 1m Reply 2,138 Retweets 290 Quote Tweets 53.9K Likes Color picker Videos Shopping News ♡ 11 Maps ... X Вос

Ichigo Scream

The Ichigo Scream is a viral video and sound of Bleach character Ichigo Kurosaki's final, hollow form (Vasto Lorde) screaming while appearing red and glowing. In late 2022 and early 2023, a new Ichigo Scream sound emerged that additionally used Dragon Ball character Vegeta's quote, "No! No more! That's It! I Don't Care!" and the Playboi Carti song "No Sl33p." The sound was used to portray thirst or being horny for people, characters and concepts, similar to the Then Something Just Snapped trend.

@brodenrulez “I bet it’s bubblegum pink” -🤓 #fyp #foryou #zyxcba #fypシ #ichigohollowscream ♬ original sound – BrodenWasHerre😵‍💫

Various Examples

@eternallysipping @thebenjishow ♬ original sound – benji

@ra1nbws men are so unfunny #cindykimberly #wolfiecindy #fyp #foryou ♬ original sound – M&M

♬ original sound – TheMarinaJewels [Fan Account]

@palinkaaddict i’m so tired of existing #palinkaaddict #fyp ♬ original sound – TheMarinaJewels [Fan Account]

Search Interest

External References

[1] TikTok – whostayy

[2] TikTok – anniegonzalezz

[3] TikTok – izziesmith12

[4]  TikTok – crazyjamjam_

[5] TikTok – elijahxkins

[6] TikTok – crazyjamjam_

[7] TikTok – gripstergurly

[8] Twitter – coldhealing

[9] Twitter – estrogennie

[10] Reddit – /r/offmychest

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Behold, the reason why censorship on the ground of harassment will at best do nothing and at worst only hurt innocent people. If people want to be crass and harass others they'll find any way to do it, humans are clever like that.

It also goes without saying, but everything on this page is absolutely despicable.


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