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Posted 10/24/17 , edited 10/24/17

nonspecificscientific wrote:


HOOfan_1 wrote:


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This sort of thing can literally send you to jail in America. Fantization leads to realization.


I can't remember where, but I actually read an article by a psychologist which refuted this. The psychologist, who was a woman if that matters, said that just because a man likes to watch rape fantasy porn, does not mean he would ever actually rape anyone.


Pornography is clinically proven to manifest itself in pedophilia or, at least, hebeophilia.

http://www.apa.org/monitor/2009/12/child-abuse.aspx


It appears to be a bit difficult to ascertain an overall trend. To quote another researcher who studied video game violence and aggression "How can we be sure violent video games are causing people to become more violent, versus violent games attracting people who were already aggressive in nature", or basically, do violent games cause aggression, or do aggressive people play violent games?

On this topic, we cannot be ascertain that pornographic usage would turn people into sexual criminals, or if sexual criminals or those with such tendencies use pornography. However, it can be stated that pornography usage does have several adverse effects, I take issue with the claim that everyone who indulges in such fantasy would or have a high risk to become sexual offenders, or that pornography is anything more than a "contributing factor".

The other idea is that it is certainly known that not everyone who consumes such material commit crimes, but many people who do commit crimes may have indulged in such fiction, or essentially, "All thumbs are fingers but not all fingers are thumbs".

You also have to keep in mind that the APA isn't saying anything, but merely publishing a story on a study, with the study noted for its controversy.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:


HOOfan_1 wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:

This sort of thing can literally send you to jail in America. Fantization leads to realization.


I can't remember where, but I actually read an article by a psychologist which refuted this. The psychologist, who was a woman if that matters, said that just because a man likes to watch rape fantasy porn, does not mean he would ever actually rape anyone.


Pornography is clinically proven to manifest itself in pedophilia or, at least, hebeophilia.

http://www.apa.org/monitor/2009/12/child-abuse.aspx


It appears to be a bit difficult to ascertain an overall trend. To quote another researcher who studied video game violence and aggression "How can we be sure violent video games are causing people to become more violent, versus violent games attracting people who were already aggressive in nature", or basically, do violent games cause aggression, or do aggressive people play violent games?

On this topic, we cannot be ascertain that pornographic usage would turn people into sexual criminals, or if sexual criminals or those with such tendencies use pornography. However, it can be stated that pornography usage does have several adverse effects, I take issue with the claim that everyone who indulges in such fantasy would or have a high risk to become sexual offenders, or that pornography is anything more than a "contributing factor".

The other idea is that it is certainly known that not everyone who consumes such material commit crimes, but many people who do commit crimes may have indulged in such fiction, or essentially, "All thumbs are fingers but not all fingers are thumbs".

You also have to keep in mind that the APA isn't saying anything, but merely publishing a story on a study, with the study noted for its controversy.


Excellent point, sir.
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nonspecificscientific wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:


HOOfan_1 wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:

This sort of thing can literally send you to jail in America. Fantization leads to realization.


I can't remember where, but I actually read an article by a psychologist which refuted this. The psychologist, who was a woman if that matters, said that just because a man likes to watch rape fantasy porn, does not mean he would ever actually rape anyone.


Pornography is clinically proven to manifest itself in pedophilia or, at least, hebeophilia.

http://www.apa.org/monitor/2009/12/child-abuse.aspx


It appears to be a bit difficult to ascertain an overall trend. To quote another researcher who studied video game violence and aggression "How can we be sure violent video games are causing people to become more violent, versus violent games attracting people who were already aggressive in nature", or basically, do violent games cause aggression, or do aggressive people play violent games?

On this topic, we cannot be ascertain that pornographic usage would turn people into sexual criminals, or if sexual criminals or those with such tendencies use pornography. However, it can be stated that pornography usage does have several adverse effects, I take issue with the claim that everyone who indulges in such fantasy would or have a high risk to become sexual offenders, or that pornography is anything more than a "contributing factor".

The other idea is that it is certainly known that not everyone who consumes such material commit crimes, but many people who do commit crimes may have indulged in such fiction, or essentially, "All thumbs are fingers but not all fingers are thumbs".

You also have to keep in mind that the APA isn't saying anything, but merely publishing a story on a study, with the study noted for its controversy.


Excellent point, sir.


Correlation vs causation, the fact that just about any study on these things is flawed, from the fact that you can only observe external manifestations of feelings, not the feelings themselves. Two people might give similar words and actions, but that doesn't mean their feelings are the same. Two people might give different words and answers, but that doesn't mean their feelings are different. Multiply that by the entire study subject group, add the WEIRD issue, and all other sorts of biases and assumptions that can be made, and... you have an area of life that's virtually impossible to study. And an academic field that can't bring itself to admit that. And from there, you just get misinformation.

But besides that: Have you ever compared anime 14 year olds to real 14 year olds? There is nothing attractive about real 14 year olds, and looking at anime 14 year olds is only going to make real 14 year olds look even less attractive. (same with anime 24 year olds vs real 24 year olds, anime 34 year olds vs real 34 year olds, etc. Keep comments about Japan's birthrate to yourself.)



But my real point in coming into this thread: the translation of the title. Where are you getting this from? Have the articles/possessives been clarified official, or what? The most literal translation is, "The one I love is "imouto", but not "imouto"." "Little sister, but not little sister."

It could be:
"She's my little sister, but she's not "imouto" [e.g. archetypal enough]"
"She's a little sister, but not my little sister" [e.g. he loves her character, but not her - at least at the beginning]
or something else.

Excuse me, it's 3am...
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For a laugh, the pen name they chose for her older brother who is covering for her light novel about little sisters in love...

Towano Chikai

Towa no Chikai is the song, apparently, played over the opening credits to Seven Star Fighting God Guyferd.
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