The Philippines Tries to Join the Loli Banning Community 10


Welp… here goes that issue once again. The ignorant cock-fight crazed yellow Mexicans of the Philippines are trying to ban loli. You know, for the kids.

I’m so tired of actually putting effort into defending loli. There’s about 800 posts on the site explaining it, so let’s get down to the issue at hand. A pair of chicks who look like they aren’t smart enough to clean the underside of my balls are all up in arms because they read that a first world country was doing something to help the children.

Being the near-sighted TV personality whores that they are, they said to themselves “HEY! I like kids. Kids are good. Sexual feelings are bad.” and then promptly stopped thinking about anything.

And that’s where we are. Again, I’m so sick of defending this that I won’t even bother. Flip kids, go defend your freedoms. Or don’t. I could give a fuck. I’m getting really sick of seeing the people’s voices and opinions getting crushed because the group being oppressed isn’t large enough or Christian enough.

Nec audiendi qui solent dicere, Vox populi, vox Dei, quum tumultuositas vulgi semper insaniae proxima sit.

It doesn’t take any sort of bravery to stand up in front of a world and say something you know everyone will agree with. But then, bravery has been in short supply in this world for a long time. Now here’s a hot, naked character who never existed. How old is she? Fucked if I know.

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10 thoughts on “The Philippines Tries to Join the Loli Banning Community

  • VZ

    Don’t worry. I’m standing up for this. I’m so sick of this anti-loli BS.

    BTW, great pic of Nono from Yotsunoha

  • VZ

    BTW, the Philippines is one of the most morally conservative places on Earth, next to Singapore which has NO porn of any kind there.

    How the hell do they except people to fap? I guess over there they raid your house if draw you own porn too.

    I feel like doujin artists are some of the most free people on this planet. Being able to generally draw whatever they want and have it sell.

  • moritheil

    Well, what really gets me is that all kinds of people who are nominally for civil liberties will say, “This is offensive to me! I can’t possibly support this!” This is a great disappointment to me because that just tells me that their support of other minority groups on other issues is due to the fact that they “feel” those groups are okay, rather than actually being committed to the principles of civil liberties and tolerance for any activity that harms no one.

    How is “feeling” that sexual depictions of minors are abhorrent legally any different than “feeling” that, say, homosexuality is abhorrent? Legally, it’s no different. Both are equally invalid bases on which to frame law.

    I reported on the earlier British law, with a link to your article here, and readers kept referring me to Neil Gaiman’s post on it. My response was yes, it’s great that he cares. But you know what? It would be even better if the people entrusted with the actual power of making law were as intelligent about it as this writer was.

  • mt-i

    Nekomiya Nono from Yotsunoha, right? Her seifuku is memorable. And she’s 17 I think.

    Concentrating on the middle part of the picture was hard enough; are we supposed to read what’s above it? :p

  • manga

    Oh, so it´s like here in Sweden then. Anything that looks like a child is banned. If it´s real or just a picture doesn´t matter, it´s against the law and it is really idiotic.

    But I don´t think I´ve ever read or heard about the ones in charge being smart enough to think for themselves so.

    Before it was violence in videogames, now it´s loli. It´s just one thing after another.

  • avwave

    We can ban this but we can’t ban badly made amateur porn featuring local celebrities?

    LAAME…

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