Lolicon, Hentai, Furries, and real porn, are being banned

Hello.

Tumblr and Facebook banned all kinds of nudity. Instagram is working on that direction too. Reddit banned Lolicon and Shotacon. Discord made the same thing.

Last 2 months, instagram and tiktok targeted sex work accounts and NSFW acctounts.

More and more medias are banning all kids of nudity, including nudity of non-real people as loli, furries, etc…

Different countries banned hentai, too. I have never heard any logical explanations. Politics are just saying they will ban it, but they never explain what is the logi behind these bans.

Why is this happening? What made all socal medias to do the same thing at the same time? When we have perfectly synchronied actions, it’s clear it was pre-planned.

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There is a recent movement of social networks to remove any content that appears to be commercially harmful to advertisers. But I’m not so worried about it, the fact is that lolicon bothers people whether we like it or not. So I believe that not showing it on the crowdest social networks is even beneficial for us, so they forget that it exists and leave us alone. In addition, pornography has its place, and that place is not on social networks.

What is the name of the movement? I haven’t seen any information about such movement.

Oh, I didn’t mean a movement as something organized, I meant in a sense that it is a “trend” that these companies are adopting.

Why are these companies adopting such bad policy?

Various other websites and platforms still host content of that kind, mostly imageboards, booru sites, and hentai outlets.
They’re not hard to find, either.

The reasons why social media platforms are banning are mostly contingent on what advertisers are willing to support, and that’s part of the reason why Twitter only recently just banned loli/shota in 2018 mostly, due to UN pressure.
Facebook/Instagram/TikTok never allowed adult content, period.

Can you give me links to articles about why United Nations organization is pushing such policies?

These articles aren’t the most professional, but they capture the gist of it.

The US, Japan, and curiously, Austria have rebutted the recommendations because they infringe upon free speech rights and aren’t a valid law enforcement priority.

What is the logic behind banning anime, if anime aren’t real humans? I can’t understand it.

It can be a lot of reasons. The desire to censor or suppress speech can be motivated by a variety of factors, from genuine concern for public safety to opportunistic prudery and prejudice, though, it’s more often than not the latter.

Their logic is that they believe the speech and attitudes have a causal or otherwise intrinsic relationship with actual crimes and abuse, despite decades of mounting empirical evidence to the contrary.
They also believe that it’s socially or politically undesirable to allow such speech and viewpoints to exist and that such undesirability ought to be accommodated at the expense of the material and the rights of the people.

It was extremely disappointing to see the UN take on such a problematic position on fiction. Fictionalized, erotic portayals of this kind of content may be offensive to people, but that’s really where it ends. They’re wholly and completely harmless.
The action the UN took up was one of harm.

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Globalists are behind UN. The UN doesn’t care about human rights. They care about increasing the political power of some groups of people.

If they must ban something just to show any activity and say “we are protecting people”, this means they must constantly ban/restrict things, so they can say “we are protecting people”.

What will be next? Im very desappointed of their actions. After SESTA-FOSTA and EARN IT were passed, i thought there wont be more bills like that. Now we have the SISEA bill.

Next time they should ban Earth’s volcanic activity, because it causes CO2.

They will go further in banning things, because the need of power is escalating behaviour. You want more. When you get it, you want even more.

I think you’re really overreacting. Yeah, some sites are banning some explicit content, but I’d hardly consider that a ban on all explicit material.

I live in Australia, and while there are certainly some absurdly strict laws regarding what can be shown in media like video games here, hentai is far from illegal.

For example, here are some examples of legally released explicit anime schoolgirl cartoons available on DVD and Blu-ray in Australia:

By the way, I do think loli/shota is disgusting. But I don’t see anything wrong with explicit cartoons that depict consenting, of-age characters, so I don’t have a problem with Madman releasing those cartoons here.

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I believe I’ve linked this on the site before (I’m not entirely sure), but the U.N. is literally the last organization that has any high ground when it comes to CSA.

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This is considered “fakew news”, like all other news that are NOT good for the reputation of such structures like U.N.

Such organizations are responsible for all problems in the world. But they will act as saviors, because they are hypocritical. They care only about money and political power.

The bad things is that they rape children against their will. They don’t ask for consensual sex, but directly rape. Children don’t deserve to be abused. If the child don’t like you, then don’t do sex with him/her. Rape is bad.

In the last 3 years, in the US, some anti-porn bills were passed under the influence of religious organizations. They were evangelical organizations.

I hope The Democrats won’t allow puritans to mess with politics anymore.

What if someone likes child-like cartoons? You don’t need to hate and discriminate people just because they are born that way.

You have to treat people in the same way you want people to treat you.

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there’s nothing wrong with that preference, however, please understand that your preference ought to not be forced or imposed onto others by way of censorship.
There is no value in censorship whatsoever.

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Australia has shown how well that works. A long article about “child sexual abuse material”, and a line saying it was a drawing.

I don’t live in Australia and I don’t know anything very specific about pornography there, apart from the fact that Australia tends to have a very strong censorship. And well, I only know this because I have already found “Australian versions” of film games, etc … that have censored content. But anyway. I do have an interest in knowing more, so if wish to show me a link, I’ll see it.

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