You know, I sometimes wonder if I shouldn’t go back to a time where I check these out first. And then I think, well… I gotta maintain my artistic integrity, you know? And avoiding hentai with aliens just because the world doesn’t understand them wouldn’t be right.
OH MAN! It’s been a while, eh ladies? God, this fucking podcast is so long that I don’t even know what to write about it. I cover a lot of shit in this and I’m going to basically consider it my Christianity podcast as well since a large chunk towards the beginning is dedicated to that. OTHERWISE! It’s more of the normal Radio goodness. Hope you guys dig it, now I’m going to eat some fucking food. And yes, those are traps. I had to throw those pervs a bone eventually. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 3:11:12 — 175.0MB)Subscribe: Android | RSS
Since AnimeVice lost my favorite person, I’m reposting this here. You guys will probably enjoy it more anyway. Kids these days. ————— Why are people after my precious forms of Japanese pornography? Why do they so desperately want to do away with the things that I love? Well, there’s a number of reasons and I’m going to lay a number of them out for you now. Unless you stopped reading after I brought up my penis. But really, the porn brought up my penis. Awww yeah. Ok, that’s enough of that shit. Familiarity While lots of women, and a few insanely religious men, are opposed to regular old double-penetration and barely-legal teen gangbangs, a damn sight more people are quick to judge anything that wanders into the two-dimensional realm. Now, we’re talking about Japanese 2D porn here. People think Kim Possible porn is weird because the show is for kids so people apply an amount of innocence to the characters that they didn’t necessarily ask for. As for Japanese ero art, the problem is one of familiarity. By and large, the Western world is fairly insular and, by nature of the Judaic religions, also carries a great deal of shame […]
Welp, today the “Cartoons Have Feelings Too” law went into effect in the UK. Yep. Loli is officially illegal in the UK. Will anyone in the UK actually stand up and do anything to try to fix it? Nope. But then it yet remains unclear how the law will be enforced, so it’s possible that much like the US law, it just sits around waiting for people to have child porn… so we’ll see. The normal set of links incoming. Support these folks. CBLDF ACLU And I guess Liberty in the UK. If you only care about anime sort of stuff check out Yes to Freedom. Don’t know how much they actually get done though. Haha. I’ll have a new Onii-chan Theatre later this week. Been busy with stuff.
Welp, that’s the length and breadth of it. Christopher Handley has been sentenced to six months in prison, following by three years supervised release, and five years probation. A major failing of the American justice system, but this is what happens when you let local lawyers take care of your case instead of hiring experts like the ACLU and the CBLDF, both of whom I would ask you to support, especially after the outcome of this case. But that’s just not good enough for me. Free speech is god in my mind, so let’s go ahead and post the same pictures that got Handley sent up. How about it? Yeah, come and get me, government. Let’s do this thing. Update: Also go read Simon’s post.
Yeah buddy. Life’s good. Livin’ large. Really? No. But that’s fine. Let’s get on with it! The first fucking Onii-chan Radio in a while. What’d we talk about? Life, love, and girls with penises. It’s a can’t miss episode guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seat for the full 90 ridiculous fucking minutes can’t anyone shut this asshole up? For the love of god. So what’d I review? Only Icarus Publishing’s latest book: Read Me. I can’t exactly link the store entry because Simon is a lazy cunt who’s not got it up on his site yet. But please do go out and get yourself a copy. It’s well worth it. What else was I going to talk about? Fuck, I guess it doesn’t matter. I’ve already run on for 90 minutes in the podcast proper, so I’ll see you fuckers in a week, eh? Oh right, I was going to link the Lawrence Krauss talk discussed in the podcast. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ImvlS8PLIo. Please do enjoy it.
Good news for the world of officially translated eroge. MangaGamers has decided not to remove CGs from Soul Link. That’s right kids. Finally a company willing to stand up to the man. Haha. Or something like that. Whatever. I’m happy about it, I’ve got to say. However, I feel like it’s something that will slip under the radar of the sort of people to look to make a legal case out of this sort of thing. Sadly, there wasn’t anything except a wuthering faggot around when Kodomo no Jikan was set for US release… but that’s in the past and I’m trying to look past it. On a semi-related note, I recently picked up Seishun Binta, one of Watashiya Kaworu’s earlier works. Great book. Hilarious, lots of sexy stuff. Good times. Also, sorry for the delay in podcasts and the like. Due to some fairly major HDD failures I don’t have access to the shit I need to put them together and won’t until after Christmas. Still! In the interests of making up for that, I plan to do something a little special when I get all that shit back. So look forward to it.
I don’t have anything prepped for this week, so I’m just going to let it slide past and put together another Onii-chan Theatre for next week. Hope you don’t mind. Been a drought of stuff to review and the willpower to get it done. But that’s fine, I’ll get back around to it soon enough. However, in the mean time, if you’re from Alaska, or just a concerned lover of free speech, please be sure to educate yourselves about the proposed anti-loli state-level law put forward by some douchebag up there. I’ve sent an e-mail to the ACLU of Alaska and hopefully they’ll get on this thing sooner rather than later, but that remains to be seen. Still, if you want to help out, especially if you’re an ACLU member in Alaska, please shoot them an e-mail and let them know about what’s happening and that you’d like to see them get on this as quickly as possible. The PROTECT Act is a bad enough slap in the face of civil liberties without things starting to get this way on the state level. Especially when there is legal precedence on our side put forth by a state level judge as […]