Fucking prove it

Here is my challenge to you.

PROVE IT. Prove it that fake CP reduces demand for real CP.
PROVE IT. That child like sex dolls reduce risk of rape statistics.

As repulsive as I am about these horrible tools, if it reduces other crimes, I will tolerate their existence. All the evidence you have shown is not sufficient for Australia to upend it’s laws.

If you successfully proved it, I will support the narrowing of Australian child pornography laws to exclude fictitious CP and child sex dolls. Child pornography law will then require a real <18 year old be involved for it to be considered illegal. Fake cartoon characters will be exempt. But until that happens, the default position is that these horrible items do not decrease crime and therefore must remain prohibited.

We’re working on it. Well, not me, but anyway XD. Although, the guy from before has a good point. I don’t want to get involved in the culture of other countries, but I guess I already doing it XD. I believe the burden of proof is on the accuser, so if you are saying that dolls have an effect on people, you are the one that should prove it ^^"
But then again, I personally don’t care about it being banned anywhere that I don’t live ^^ "
(But I also don’t speak for anyone other than myself)

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Challenge accepted:

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How long is this going to take to give back results? I DEMAND campaigners trying to get fictional child abuse dolls or fake CP legalized stop their activities until it has been demonstrated beyond all doubt that these materials reduce harm, and that the harm reduced is statistically significant.

In order for something to be legalized, it’s up for those trying to legalize it to prove that it does more good than harm.

You are being ridiculous. You’re lucky we’re engaging with you at all. If you want the research to go faster, donate your own money towards it.

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Prove to me that you aren’t a child predator pretending not to be a child predator.

It’s up to you to prove to me beyond all doubt that you will not harm any child, and that you will make many children’s lives better with your existence.

Until you provide us with a proof of you not being a child predator, I DEMAND campaigners trying to get dopeko from the Australian Moral Prison to stop their activities until it has been demonstrated beyond all doubt that releasing dopeko reduce harm and that the harm reduced is statistically significant.

In order for you to have the rights to freedom, it’s up to the one that is trying to get the freedom to prove, that they do more good than harm.

By the way, kind of in reference to my first post on this forum: isn’t it interesting that the last time a person DEMANDED something in all caps was cewisil?

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Pretty sure every account so far is just the same one man “army.”

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“It’s gratifying that we now have documentation that as far as we are aware there is no connection between animated child pornography and actual crimes, meaning there is no need to further criminalise this area,” Mchangama told Information. “The whole affair is a classic example of something catching the eye of a politician who finds a need to symbolically change the law without actually looking at the facts.”
“…Due to the lack of empirical work in the area it is concluded that legislation to criminalise such behaviour on grounds of harm causation is currently unjustified…”

How does it feel knowing that your own government has failed you and its people?

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That’s not how this works. Something should only be banned if it’s shown to cause significant harm. Civil liberties trump “muh feelings”.

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I don’t think you understand how burden of proof works, why no one is expected to prove a negative.

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