The cruelty of corrupt organizations such as UNICEF pressuring free nations to ban innocent things such as this.
CAMPAIGN TO MAKE VIRTUAL CHILD PORN ILLEGAL
The Japanese government has been moving towards making the possession of child porn illegal recently, but UNICEF feels it is not enough and they have been campaigning for the government to ban child pornography in manga, animated films and computer games.
However, their definition of virtual pornography is saying that even for AV involving real people above the age of 18, it should not be allowed if they look young and are dressed like in costumes like sailor uniforms which might make them look underage. Though people that obviously do not look underage should not be restricted.
Microsoft and Yahoo are supporting the campaign.
Banning lolicon art to stop pedophilia in a country where child rape and cases of actual pedophilia being committed is the lowest in the world (more likely by a foreigner than a local) is like imposing gun control laws to stop gun-related violence in a country where firearms and the Second Amendment is already a part of its culture and norm. Tell me in what way does the tight gun control laws in the UK actually helped to reduce crimerate when more people die every year by stabbing (knives are not b& LOLOLOL). Can you count how many Japanese pedophiles were caught red-handed in Cambodia and compare that amount to the number of pedophiles from Australia* and Britain* that were caught within the same country?
*No offense to my Australian and British comrades. I’m only mentioning a rare minority of real sickos, not the whole population of the country.
Don’t let UNICEF kill off her future! Do you really want a bad ending?
CG Source: Yotsunoha
I personally don’t see any reason to make a fuss about artistic depictions of gooey-eyed, loli-ish girls with sometimes unrealistic proportions for their age. This also brings into the subject of definition: we have underage-looking anime,manga and videogame characters who could be anywhere between 17 to 100,000 years old. We even have 4 year old humanoid androids with the physical proportions of a 21 year old. In what categories do these characters fall into?
Also, banning legal aged AV stars from dressing up like someone under the age of 18 is perhaps the most retarded demands I’ve ever heard. I had seen Russian, German and American porn where the female cast dress themselves up and act like underage girls. Where are the outrage on those? If artistic depictions of children are illegal, UNICEF should first pressure Christian churches across the world to remove religious murals depicting naked child angels, as well as burning many precious Renaissance-era painting by Leonardo Da Vinci and Andrea del Verrocchio.
I, as the Internet’s Chosen One who rickroll at both directions at one’s own will, reject and harshly condemn any attempt to surpress the production, publication, printing and distribution of lolicon art at least in Japan, but most importantly on the Internet, mankind’s holy grail of true, borderless freedom. I however, do welcome tighter laws against the possession and distribution of real, non-artwork child pornography.
BTW UNICEF, how do you expect Japan to kowtow to your demands and impose your strict, anti-loli junta? Up until now, what exactly is your contribution in the fight to eradicate REAL child pornography? Do you know that child pornography rings are quite active in many parts of Eastern Europe and Russia? While you’re busy assraping an open democracy to surpress their culturally-embedded liberalism, you might be forgetting the bigger picture, the larger fish to fry; places where your assistance is urgently needed. Darfur and Palestine anyone? Whoops, I forgot, you failed both. I wish that someday in the future, a UNICEF bighead was caught in Cambodia with a questionable underaged minor. That would be something ironic to blog about.
“Microsoft and Yahoo are supporting the campaign.”
I’m in ur Windows XP, browsing Not4Chan. Real girls are pig disgusting, so I’m 100% clean of criminally offensive CP and stayed nicely on the safe side. Fagging myself up by converting to a Mac whore will only make me gay. Yahoo is shit and it does nothing.
WHICH OF THESE ARE CONSIDERED CHILD PORN?
Putting UNICEF’s definition of ‘child porn’ to actual use, which of these are considered offensive in your view?
One scene taken from Lilo and Stitch (2002), a ‘family-friendly’ animated movie by Disney. Notice the blatant portrayal of underage girls in scantily-clad outfit. No outrage by parents? Won’t ‘pedophiles’ find this scene arousing?
One scene taken from Kodomo no Jikan (2007), a Japanese anime that targets older audiences. Other than the not-really-arousing bloomer hotpants (I’m not being sarcastic), the three main girls shown in the screenshots appear only slightly more ‘covered’ or just as equally ‘exposed’, depending on your view, compared with the L&S screenshot above. This particular KnJ screenshot is taken from the DVD version. The version aired on television has a bunch of random objects blocking the special prizes. Hmm, why wouldn’t Disney practiced that same style of censorship as Japanese television?