I agree with most of what's been said.
I also want to clarify, since it wasn't clear, that while I think her feedback is valuable (because demographically I'm assuming that if one person had the response, more than one person had the response) I don't agree with it. I don't have any moral compunctions about our content, but it did get me thinking a little about the cheaper jokes we made. She remains pretty thoroughly convinced that most of the posters were teenagers, and to her it occasionally felt like we were just bullying kids. She likes the rest of our episodes and gets the spirit of atrocity tourism, otherwise I'd sort of expect that feedback from someone whom the show just isn't a good fit for.
EDIT: We also talked a lot about what you brought up specifically Sham, and while the odds on that are heavily in favor on this being a nothing avenue for these people, her point is that we have no way to know for sure that that's the case, and that if she'd heard something like this as a young writer she might have stopped writing. This also assumes the incredibly slim chance that anyone we read about will listen to our episode, but I could see how a writer who's aware their work is around this level would feel discouraged listening to us blast people for craft ineptitude instead of personal depravity, as is our typical fare (which isn't to say we didn't get plenty of that in this episode).
It reminds me a little of the Tila Tequila episode. I respect and want to hear out the people who thought those were ethically unsound episodes to publish, even if I don't personally agree.