This topic has been covered here and there, but bears repeating due to it's increasing prevalence. I would bet that most of us continue to view YouTube and other video sites for a variety of reasons. In many ways, these sites have become indispensable and satisfy a variety of needs, be them educational, entertainment, inspirational, relaxation, etc. Since the inception of these sites, triggering images could be found in thumbnails as well as within the video itself. However, due to the sheer amount of content uploaded to these sites, as well as more laxity and permissiveness as to what can be shown, the amount of potentially sexually-triggering material appears to be increasing. If we are not sufficiently careful, it is very possible to accidentally stumble upon one or more of these images and have them "linger" in our minds, potentially initiating the necessary trigger leading to a cascade of other thought processes that can ultimately result in a relapse. Without going into much detail, I accidentally stumbled upon one of these highly-sexualized images relating to a risqué genre of porn yesterday. Since then, I have had to muster every ounce of inner strength in order to avoid relapsing. This post is not meant to cast blame at any video content producer, nor the site itself, and I take full responsibility for having viewed this particular image. Rather, this is meant as a strong, cautionary warning to all those that use these sites for the aforementioned purposes. Thumbnail images and their corresponding videos can be several times more powerful and more insidious than what we see on TV or in our casual, daily lives. What triggers us the most is ultimately subjective, but from personal experience, potentially triggering material, especially that on video sites, is becoming more and more omnipresent. To all those here, I say we must *never* let our guard down if we are to successfully conquer this addiction.