The hashtag #ОккупайПедофиляй or Occupy Pedophilia has been collecting shocking Russian hate crime videos across multiple social networks.
The videos all follow a similar premise, where straight men, many affiliated with Russian Neo-Nazism, create fake personal ads online to lure gay men so they can humiliate them on camera.
According to Youtube search results, the trend has been happening for months, filling the social network with videos of young gay Russian men being humiliated and often attacked.
The videos typically show the lured-in men being interrogated with a sex toy.
The movement was reportedly started by Maxim Martsinkevich, an influential member of Russia's far-right Neo-Nazi extremist group Format18.
The videos all have hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube and are being shared heavily on Russian social network vk.com.
There is a website organizing the "newest" and "most popular" Occupy Pedophilia videos on VK called antipedofil.org.
The site encourages users to catch other "pedophiles" and out them on the site, typically with their names and occupations.
The #ОккупайПедофиляй tag on Instagram is full of photos of support.
With users flashing the bent thumb symbol associated with the movement.
Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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