Naturalistic Fallacy. In my own terms, naturalistic fallacy is the tendency to define something as “good” because it is observable/normal and because it is what everyone else is doing. The first thing I thought of to describe this more specifically was status quo. And who can think about status quo, without thinking about High School Musical? Not me!
The kids that tell their “secrets” in the video, do not suffer from naturalistic fallacy because they do not want to stick with the status quo. Everyone else in the video, however, do suffer from naturalistic fallacy because they are telling the kids with secrets that what they (the ‘secret’ kids) want to do is “wrong” by their (the other kids) actions and words.