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do japanese have any morals
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Posted 2/4/08 , edited 4/21/08

kitanaikoneko wrote:


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kitanaikoneko wrote:
thats funny but guess what were not makeing dvds of anime children
and selling them in stores at the mall

like i said every country has child porn and black market sells it

but not every country like japan finds it ok for children anime or real
to be depicted in sexual acts with a adult

and then to sell it in a store or over the net legealy
sorry but doing that is just wroung

child porn in america is ilegal


I agree that anime child porn being legal in Japan is absolutely ridiculous, and that something should be done about it, but the point I was making is that you can't say that it's only the people of Japan who are being perverted, because there's a market for anime kiddy porn in other countries too, America for example. While it's not legal in America, there are Americans who get their weird kinky fetishes fulfilled by anime kiddy porn, and would legalize it if given the option. You can't just say "what's wrong with the japanese people's morals" But maybe you can say, "what's wrong with the japanese people's lawmakers"





well at least someone aggrees that legal child porn in japan is insane
be it anime or real it premotes harm to are childrten of the world
i wasent saying japan is the only one lacking morals

i was useing this as a topic to back the fact the americans rude topic should be removed
not all americans are rude but the topic is directed at americans only

not all japanese lack morals
but i used this as a way to bring up the ever increasing lollikon anime

im sure many japanese are offended by this topic
and how there country finds it ok to premote child anime nudity
if not offended then you dont have any decent morals


Ehm... I don't think there is much relevance between the ones that harm children & the ones that watch hentai that includes children.
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Posted 2/4/08 , edited 4/21/08

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wikipedia isnt such a great source, since anyone can edit it. Why do you think your school never allows wiki as a source. If you are going to bring proof, i suggest another source.


Have you tried adding b.s. to wikipedia articles lately? It doesn't stay there long enough to quote. Besides, wikipedia requires references for every statement, therefore it should be used as a sorce of references not a reference in it's self.
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here's another link.. nothing really to specifically quote, but I think it outlines how Japanese and other people are upset because anime/manga porn is technically still legal in Japan.

http://comipress.com/news/2007/03/31/1743
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n_n303 wrote:

wikipedia isnt such a great source, since anyone can edit it. Why do you think your school never allows wiki as a source. If you are going to bring proof, i suggest another source.


Have you tried adding b.s. to wikipedia articles lately? It doesn't stay there long enough to quote. Besides, wikipedia requires references for every statement, therefore it should be used as a sorce of references not a reference in it's self.


so your saying wikipedia is reliable

Posted 2/4/08 , edited 4/21/08

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haha you can't spell (awww, catholic guilt has set in)


christan and not a beliver

nope cant spell to well cause i droped out and never cared
i didnt grow up with a computer in frount of my face
so i do the best that i can
i just figured i would point it out before someone brings it up
cause i know someone will just to use it as a way attack me
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Posted 2/4/08 , edited 4/21/08

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mushroomj wrote:

haha you can't spell (awww, catholic guilt has set in)


christan and not a beliver

nope cant spell to well cause i droped out and never cared
i didnt grow up with a computer in frount of my face
so i do the best that i can
i just figured i would point it out before someone brings it up
cause i know someone will just to use it as a way attack me


ohhhh I'm sorry
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Posted 2/4/08 , edited 4/21/08

kitanaikoneko wrote:


mushroomj wrote:

haha you can't spell (awww, catholic guilt has set in)


christan and not a beliver

nope cant spell to well cause i droped out and never cared
i didnt grow up with a computer in frount of my face
so i do the best that i can
i just figured i would point it out before someone brings it up
cause i know someone will just to use it as a way attack me


You don't need a freaking computer to learn how to spell.

You just open a book and read it. &_&
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so your saying wikipedia is reliable



Not really, just a place to find more reliable sorces. lol
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k... this one's from "anime news network" don't know how reliable it is, but here goes.

"The Japanese government's Cabinet Office issued on October 25 the results of its Special Opinion Poll on Harmful Materials, in which 86.5% of those who responded said that manga and art should be subject to regulation for child pornography, if they had to decide. 90.9% said that "harmful materials" on the Internet should be regulated, if they had to decide. The current child pornography laws in Japan do not regulate manga and art that depict children who are not real, or "virtual child pornography."

I'll try to find more verification.


LOL! do you even read what you are quoting? Just stop, you lost. *gives you a cookie* lets play again some other time.


why not save that cookie for a kid
but remmber they just want the cookie they dont want you touching them or asking them to touch your cookies


idd want your cookie but i need some milk to wash it down
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metalduck wrote:

k... this one's from "anime news network" don't know how reliable it is, but here goes.

"The Japanese government's Cabinet Office issued on October 25 the results of its Special Opinion Poll on Harmful Materials, in which 86.5% of those who responded said that manga and art should be subject to regulation for child pornography, if they had to decide. 90.9% said that "harmful materials" on the Internet should be regulated, if they had to decide. The current child pornography laws in Japan do not regulate manga and art that depict children who are not real, or "virtual child pornography."

I'll try to find more verification.


LOL! do you even read what you are quoting? Just stop, you lost. *gives you a cookie* lets play again some other time.


Huh? I don't get it.. It says that "current laws don't regulate manga and art that depict fictional children or virtual child porn" What's wrong with that statement? if it's the first part before the bolded bit, I never said anything contradictory to that. I never said that Japanese people are pervs.. They're just like you and me.. regular people.. they don't all watch porn 24/7. The survey actually supports that bit. I never said that Japanese people have no morals, that was the other guy. I just said that it was legal.
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Japan is the number one perverted country in the world.
And i live in japan too....
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well onto my topic i wounder what kinda morals do japanese have
they make animated porn
not a few but tons and tons of anime porn
lolicon is proveing to me that japanese
dont have any morals or are lacking morals
they make animes of little girls doing the nasty
like 5 or 4 year olds with adults
i dont know how getting your hands on lolikon works in japan
but if you can buy it out of a store they are lacking some serioues morals
and i hear there trying to make less lolikon because of a increase
in child muliestation

i hear in korea you can buy pantys of some random girl out of a bubble gum machine

do all asians lack morals or what


You poor, poor child. It appears you lack a worldly view of issues like these. There is nothing special about Lolitas, they are just one of the many types of pornography out there. Considering the loli porn happens to be DRAWN, I see nothing wrong with it. Now let's look at America, here, we make LIVE ACTION MOVIES of child porn, and FYI when you said we don't sell porn DVDs like the Japanese do....well, I'm sure you've never passed by a Todd Adult Video or some adult supercenter.

Anyways, my point is pornography is a profitable business, and whatever you kind like to watch, it doesn't make you an immoral person. As people, we have a sex drive, and we can't choose what turns us on. The loli business is perfectly fine, and I give props to the Japanese for drawing it instead of using real little girls.

Keep in mind, a stereotype doesn't cover it all. In America, you find porn of women getting rough with horses and mean doing animals up the bum-bum, you wouldn't like to be known for that, would you?

And lastly, I must close with my FUN FACT: The movie, Lolita, which started the whole trend, is NOT Japanese.
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AHTL wrote:


kitanaikoneko wrote:


mushroomj wrote:

haha you can't spell (awww, catholic guilt has set in)


christan and not a beliver

nope cant spell to well cause i droped out and never cared
i didnt grow up with a computer in frount of my face
so i do the best that i can
i just figured i would point it out before someone brings it up
cause i know someone will just to use it as a way attack me


You don't need a freaking computer to learn how to spell.

You just open a book and read it. &_&


well hurry back to school and start reading you need some practice
cause you didnt read the part were i said and i dont care
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There really are very few countries that have banned lolicon.
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Know what you're talking about before stating things. The panty machines are in Japan. I'm Korean and have never seen one in Korea. And it's not cuz' I don't get around. I've been to brothels before.

Also, the "Are American's Rude" thread merely asked whether people thought Americans were rude or not because it was an international stereotype. You're not just asking; you're a thread starter stating that the Japanese are immoral. Furthermore, if someone compares two cultures; they should probably have actual experience and knowledge about both of them. If you compare the US and an Asian country, you need to have information beyond the news, internet, anime, what someone said, and a vacation there. You can't spell many words? Then I can't take your intelligence on a subject seriously since you aren't well educated.

I f*ckin hate it when people argue about Japan or Korea on this site as if they know it. For people who like it and hate as well; just because you like anime or are attracted to what Japanese culture looks like on television doesn't mean you have anything to do with Japan. I won't argue about anything about a country's culture and social aspects if I haven't lived there.

Mods. Mind locking this? I know you would if someone made a thread saying that black people were inferior.
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Posted 2/4/08 , edited 4/21/08

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metalduck wrote:

k... this one's from "anime news network" don't know how reliable it is, but here goes.

"The Japanese government's Cabinet Office issued on October 25 the results of its Special Opinion Poll on Harmful Materials, in which 86.5% of those who responded said that manga and art should be subject to regulation for child pornography, if they had to decide. 90.9% said that "harmful materials" on the Internet should be regulated, if they had to decide. The current child pornography laws in Japan do not regulate manga and art that depict children who are not real, or "virtual child pornography."

I'll try to find more verification.


LOL! do you even read what you are quoting? Just stop, you lost. *gives you a cookie* lets play again some other time.



haha come on its not a winning or losing situation this is clearly educational
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