Sometimes late 2019, Diana Dietz began to change her face. Going through Coconut Kitty, an Instagram influencer and creator of Onal Fence adult content, Ditts had what looked like a woman in her mid-twenties to thirties. In her new pics, though – while her body remained intact – her face slowly shivered in another world: her chin became ugly, her lips twisted into perma-pout, her eyes widened and faded. Some argued that she looked too low. Some said he looks like a teenager.

Fans of Ditts applauded the change. She says that, before the change, she had about 700,000 followers on Instagram, and since then they have grown “quickly” to over 3 million. On OnFance, where she publishes clear games and clear videos of her new face, Ditts has paid 10 8 (11 11) a month to 10,700 paying subscribers a month – 80 percent of which goes directly to her.

But someone else, too, has noticed metamorphosis. In October 2020, people on Reddit began discussing how Dietz was clearly using digital editing to reorganize himself as a “prebubcent” girl, with many “disrupting” the move. In early July 2021, popular ticker Bekah Dey posted a video of Coconut Kitty pulling out to change his features to look “like a young teenager”, directly on the “P-Word” (i.e. pedophile) group. Accused of wandering. The allegation was fueled by following some other videos of various ticket ffcurs. Deats says it’s all “hilarious” and “false.” She received “lots” of hateful and threatening messages following the controversy and lost one of her sponsors, Fashion Nova, following the controversy. Fashion Nova did not respond to a request for comment.

In her retailing, the tweak of her face sits at the intersection of privacy and performance art in the cartoonishly youthful simulation of Coconut Kitty. Ditts says her fans were tired of being publicly recognized by online fans, and on top of that she was looking for a way to develop her profile to sell her paintings. So, she tried her hand at visual research – “I’m a fully self-taught digital artist,” says Deats. “I started trying out these editing programs, mess with them,” she said of the digitally transformed person. Ditts is crazy about the specific techniques she uses, but we know that eventually a new coconut kitty was born. (Diets has since stopped making money by selling her paintings. She says most of the potential buyers she contacted did not label her as an “art connoisseur” and became more interested in chatting with her.)

Ditts denies shooting consciously for a teenage or youthful appearance. He says the inspiration for Coconut Kitty’s face comes from anime characters or Disney princesses – they all have really young tendencies (Snow White is 14, Jasmine is 15, while Ariel and Aurora are both 16), but the first and Leading, says Deats, is the paragon of ideal feminine beauty.

Diets says about the Disney princesses, let’s look at their eyes, their eyes. “Do they have a young face? I did not intend to go to the young face. I was just trying to go for the character’s face. Fictional character, a fantasy – coconut kitty is no different than Jessica Rabbit.

It’s hard to back up any argument that Ditts meets pedophiles. Dipfeck and digital media expert Henry Edger says it’s impossible to determine the exact age of the face. “In some cases, you may argue that the face is clearly too small. But I don’t think so [Deets’s] It’s in place. You might argue [Coconut Kitty’s] “The face is definitely 16 and so on, maybe 18 or 19,” he says. “I don’t think there’s any way to tell for sure how old the face is.” (Diets won’t say how much he’s in real life.)