How can artists create without fear?

About that,

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Okay then, Miss. By the way, I happen to be Male. But you can call me whatever you wish. I look forward to hearing from you again.

By standing up for free speech.


Kind of relevant to this discussion.

A German Film About A Man And His Robot Daughter’s Sexual Relationship Triggers Walkouts And Outrage

Reviewed by someone who refused to watch the film.

How can someone who refused to watch the film even do such a thing as “review” it?


Unfortunately, things are made much worse, due to hypocrites, like these:
Naturally, I’m the sort to value my own position above others, so I would definitely be more interested in protecting the loli interest than the MAP interest, should those 2 diverge in opposite directions.

So, loli is wrong, but him being attracted to children is okay?

Hypocrisy, yeah, but I think that he’s the sort that supports “cures” but still wants people who like loli to live in shame about it. Again, I feel camaraderie with vampires. The only thing more annoying than those trying to kill us is those trying to “cure” us.


A friend on IRC linked me this.

Patreon’s insane new rules don’t allow artists to draw ANY objectionable content, even on other sites. Even if you only use your Patreon to fund normal artwork, Patreon will try to hunt down your Pixiv / Hentai Foundry profile and force you to delete anything they don’t like. (Archived Tweet)

There’s quite a few alternatives to Patreon nowadays, isn’t there?

Not really. Patreon is the only place with monthly subscriptions, and I don’t know how ko-fi works. We are going to ignore paypal because they cancel people waaaaaaaay too much already

Not really. There’s places like Fanbox and Fantia.

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Also, SubscribeStar.

Huh. I spend a lot of time online and have never heard of either of them, and I would be willing to bet that not only are most of my fellow artist-folk unaware of them, but most of their consumers would be too

Fanbox is the “Patreon” of pixiv - basically it’s their own thing.

Fantia is just another Patreonesque like site which mainly caters to the Japanese.

I do know of SubscribeStar, but I’m not familiar with it.

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Meanwhile, in Australia…

Books Kinokuniya Sydney Removes 7 Manga After Lawmaker’s ‘Child Pornography’ Complaint

Australia is the same place where small boobs counts as “child pornography”, though.


And Australia banned three of the “No Game, No Life” light novels:

Here is a list of sites similar to Patreon that allow fictional taboo content.


I don’t know how much they guarantee anonymity, but there is always the option to use some virtual credit card.


Note that all Japanese sites censor clear depiction of sex organs even in hardcore contents due to their laws prohibiting “obscene objects” (stupid & bad laws though). Creators will be notified if they forget to pixelate penises or vaginas.

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