Seriously, Canada should follow suit.

There are bigger problems to fix, and drawn pictures of people getting it on is not one of them. I really don’t see why people are so draconian about this stuff. We practically sell pointless violence already, but sex is a no-no? Grow the fuck up people.

I say long as no real kids are involved in the making of it,it’s constitutional and femnazi/religious groups have no say about it.

Why are we letting them run this country anyways?

    • kgods
    • June 17th, 2010

    A most lovely and precious victory, winning a glorious battle is always a time to celebrate, but the war is far from over. Remain steadfast fellow otaku!


    • Naeko
    • July 9th, 2010

    Besides direct laws like the Protect Act, indirect ways can also be used by the anti-loli/shota anime fans to get rid of sources/sites hosting material or torrents.

    Since SHOTA and LOLI material is bound to be copyrighted by someone, the impending ACTA might also be used by anti-loli anime fans to report and get sources shut down. ACTA is a much stronger version of DMCA that was heavily sponsored and lobbied by the RIAA, MPAA, and certain major IP holders. The Bush government got it going and it is now in the final ratification stages. Since it is a treaty, it will supersede existing court decisions on Fair Use and other consumer rights. More info about ACTA and its policy laundering method to get around existing court precedents such as Fair Use is at:

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