One problem with the ASMR community is that it has become diluted over time. When it began, it was pure ASMR, but over time, became co-opted by the sex industry. Let's settle, once and for all, the difference between real ASMRtists and those who use ASMR to sell a sexual product for money. There are some that don't fit into either category, but I will get to those.
There are two sides to the ASMR community, and ASMRtists fit in either one of two categories. There are real ASMRtists, who make ASMR videos, and there are sex sellers who make sexual videos using the name of ASMR to make it seem more legitimate, but it's not ASMR.
Anyone who specializes in ear or microphone eating, or mouth sounds videos, is a sex seller, not an ASMRtist (Frivolous Fox is a well-known example).
Anyone who makes primarily fetish videos, is not an ASMRtist, but a sex seller (examples include Fairy Blossom and Lisa who used to be an actual ASMRtist).
Anyone who flaunts their sexuality in almost every video to get money is a sex seller, not an ASMRtist (eg. Palegea, Valeriyla or however the fuck she spells it, Hungry Lips. Cloveress and so many others).
There are some oddball others who don't make sex videos or ASMR videos, like Angelica. People like her make vlog or normal speaking videos, and use the name of ASMR to get a bigger audience.
There are those that straddle the fence between making legitimate ASMR videos and serving a different ultra-nerdy fanbase of geeks (such as Gibi). Girls like her make real ASMR when they feel like it, and make fan-service geek videos the rest of the time (dressing up as silly video game characters and other juvenile things).
But the real ASMRtists are people like Prim ASMR, Goodnight Moon and Moonglove (even though she's no longer active).
Feel free to list more ASMRtists in this thread, if you so wish, and tell us in which category you believe they belong in.
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