The obscure standards of NSFW Worldbuilding

I’m active on a subreddit known as r/NSFWWorldbuilding. It’s basically a sub for fantasy writers who wish to share NSFW Content in their worlds.

I have a fantasy project known as ‘‘Diggoran’’ ( pronounced Die-Ah-Ran ). In this fantasy project I populated the earth with a parallel version of humans who have been biologically altered to express my various kinks and fetishes in a realistic manner. I recently made a post where I discussed the complex biology of Diggoranic humans and one of the points I gave was the following:

‘‘Diggoranic humans experience faster sexual maturity than real humans. They become capable of healthy childbearing at the age of 5. Likewise this is a very rare and uncommon age to have children, but if Diggoranic humans do have children before 18 it is useally with someone else in their age range. Either way, young pregnancies are not seen as a negative subject on Diggoran’’.

Users who saw my post freaked the fuck out, I was downvoted to oblivion and called a pedophile and this was really shocking to me considering that Diggoran was relatively popular on that sub and I had accumulated a sizeable fanbase.

Keep in mind that the most popular content on this sub typically involves sex slavery, there is also Beastiality, incest and rape. I find it quite astonishing in a horrifying way that those subjects are actually seen as being safer than underraged sex and pregnancy. As far as I am aware, this is a largely American attitude as Americans seem to be completely incapable of acknowledging underraged sex and pregnancy as being something normal.

It’s not just America. The United Kingdom is even more prudish, by a long shot and a good portion of the anglosphere (Australia, Canada, New Zealand) tend to emulate whatever laws the United Kingdom passes and what moral standards they push.

As for America, they flip from being liberal (going on about the first amendment / constitution) to U.K. level (rights? what are those?) depending on which party is in power.

The entirety of the anglosphere (America, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand) in turn influence the laws passed across Europe and the rest of the world. Even countries which are initially hesitant will eventually fall to the push from the greatest superpower.

The only countries which are willing to defy them are Russia and China, but they’re bad in their own ways.

Yeah, you are right. I do believe that among the Anglo countries, the USA is the worst of the worst.

Russia and China are both violently anti homosexual but they are sexually liberal in that teens having sex is not criminalized.

Japan, Germany, Italy and France are the most sexually liberal countries from my experience and while Japan has it’s own problems. The freedoms of it’s creative industry should really be used as a template for all other cultures.

The U.K. is like the U.S. but ramped up to 11.

GCHQ pushes the boundaries further than the NSA. Over 50 submarine cables tapped throughout the world, no oversight, people don’t even care.

In the U.S. you can probably get away with child nudity or nude outlets like nudist beaches in some situations. Good luck with that in the U.K. without the media screaming as if you’re the reincarnation of Satan himself.

The U.K. is also trying to compete with China over who can build the better Great Firewall to insulate people from the “horrors of pornography”. Even China, the king of censors, is starting to learn tips and ideas from the U.K.

The U.K. also passed that law which allows them to put back-doors in encryption algorithms and now Australia has copied them. It might not be too long before it’s too late and the world economy is crippled thanks to the war on security. Countless tech companies are starting to pull out of Australia or moving their data-centers.

I wouldn’t take the people on that subreddit too seriously, try going to r/cumflation they seem to be more laidback in that regard.