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Child Health and Development Act (or anti lolicon bill)

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Do you support free speech and artistic freedom?

This bill will be overturned and is nothing to worry about.
 
I don't care one way or the other.
 
I think it's good that the Japanese government is stepping in to parent the child when the parent, nanny, and care giver can't look after the kids.
 
This bill just needs a little tweaking in in it's wording, but it's a good plan to help parents keep inappropriate images from their children.
 
All manga, anime, hentai, videogames, board games with child sexual themes, and most Internet content is in danger of losing free speech, so I'm not for this bill at all!
 
 
 
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Child Health and Development Act (or anti lolicon bill)

Post  Artilects rule! on Fri Mar 25, 2011 5:27 pm

I thought this would be more appropriate here.

I did some more searches and found out it talks about sexual or pseudo sexual acts of a minor.
"Pseudo sexual" includes the touch of genitalia, a character aroused by nudity or clothed genitals, naked transformation sequences (even without nipples), and bathing together or washing another.
Perhaps even age appropriate breast feeding.
It also includes mild 13+ fan service.

What I found interesting is the character doesn't actually have to be under 18, he or she just has to look like it.

An adult/child sexual or pseudo sexual relationship, illegal family sexual or pseudo sexual activities, or a child marriage that can be called illegal are also banned if drawn (banning all hentai), but if these things are in live photos, the bill says it's ok which contradicts what the bill tries to do in the first place.

Other countries have adopted this bill, and I fear the U.S. will too in the near future, adding it to the PROTECT Act of 2004 (a modified bill from the year before) which might include something similar to the now defunct COPPA (blocking all fan service on the Internet).

This goes for manga, video games, board games with child sexual themes, most Internet content, and just about all types of free speech of this nature.

This is not really a lolicon issue (voting this April).

The bill also states the character doesn't have to be human, so Chi can't have an on switch in her vagina any more.

The anime that comes to my mind is Sakura Diaries.

A young man who just turned 18 goes to Tokyo to register for cram school.
He checks into a motel, only to find the TV only shows porn.
The maid knocks on the door while he's masturbating.
He quickly takes his hand away, but he doesn't hide his erection.

The maid is really his 16 year old cousin who is in love with him.
Because he doesn't remember her, she pretends to be a prostitute who want's to have sex with him.
She even goes so far as to get naked and lie in bed waiting for him.

I found out 16 is considered an adult in most parts of Japan, however it was distributed to America, so toons must have the same age of consent as the U.S.

In a later episode, he got drunk and decided to lose his virginity, his cousin was just the closest person he could find.
With help from the beer, he violently rapes her.


Tell me if you like this bill or not (can vote in multiple choices).

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It's over

Post  Arti on Fri Mar 25, 2011 10:53 pm

I madeee a mistake.
It's all over and self regulation will begin April 1 (I hope this is all a big April Fools joke).
It should go into effect in July (I made up the CHADA name).

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Post  Artilects rule! on Sun Mar 27, 2011 12:54 am

"Pseudo sexual" includes the touch of genitalia, a character aroused by nudity or clothed genitals, naked transformation sequences (even without nipples), and bathing together or washing another.
Perhaps even age appropriate breast feeding.
It also includes mild 13+ fan service.

What I found interesting is the character doesn't actually have to be under 18, he or she just has to look like it.

An adult/child sexual or pseudo sexual relationship, illegal family sexual or pseudo sexual activities, or a child marriage that can be called illegal are also banned if drawn (banning all hentai), but if these things are in live photos, the bill says it's ok which contradicts what the bill tries to do in the first place.
I'd appreciate some responses and votes.

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Pseudo Sexual

Post  Arti on Tue Mar 29, 2011 9:00 pm

Examples of pseudo sexual material include "Please Teacher", "Chobits", "Steel Angel Karumi" (and SAK special), "Sailor Moon" (for lesbian Sailor Scouts), almost every harem manga and anime, and "Sakura Diaries".
Like I said, this isn't just for lolicons.

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Petition

Post  Arti on Fri Apr 08, 2011 5:59 pm

Sorry for breaking ToS (advertising), but I think this is important!

[quote]Dear Friends,

I have just read and signed the online petition:

"Abolish Bill 156"

hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petition
service, at:

http://www. PetitionOnline.com/bill156/

I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might
agree, too. If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and consider
signing yourself.

Best wishes,

Anonymous[/quote]

Athough this bill has already passed, it can be overturned anytime before July.

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Bill 156

Post  Arti on Mon Apr 11, 2011 12:00 am

The bill is supposed to promote healthy child development.

The new definition of "harmful material" is
"any manga, animation, or pictures (not including real life pictures or footage) that features sexual or pseudo sexual acts that would be illegal in real life," (such as duo gender public bathing or eicchi body switching) "or sexual/pseudo sexual acts between close relatives, whose marriage would be illegal," (such as same gender interaction) "where such depictions/presentations unjustifiably glorify/exaggerate the material"
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This will be restricted to 18+ with the recommendation (most likely will fail) of banning all current hentai and other hardcore images, but what's the point?
It seems to me this promotes unhealthy child development (will be included in videogames as well).
There will be virtually no access to anime and manga for anyone under 18.

Think about this in American terms:
You are 13 a couple years ago, and you want to buy the T rated Final Fantasy 12, Soul Calibur 3, and even Tomb Raider Anniversary for PS2, but you'll have to wait 5 more years (when the PS3 is already out).
Now you have to sift through the actual porn games to order them online.

Suppose your girlfriend comes over or your children come in as you do this, or someone has blocked the adult sites these innocent games are on?

An obvious loophole in bill 156 is the line about photographic images and live video.
Manga publishers who don't want to loose most of their customers should make the entire comic book photographic.

I'd like to point out, a top of the line laser printer can make images on glossy paper that you can't tell is not a photograph.
The same goes for video in sophisticated CG imaging tools.

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