Ugh, Sankaku Complex…
The cucked and ever increasingly tyrannical nation of Australia has banned more manga in an attempt to control what adults are allowed to consume, as a few volumes of the classic and sexy To Love-Ru Darkness have been “refused classification”, once again part of the country’s endeavor to censor manga and anime.
According to a Twitter user, volumes 2, 4, 13, and 15 of To Love-Ru Darkness were “refused classification“, while volumes 1 and 17 were given the rating of “Category 1”:
Content given the rating of Category 1 contain images of “sexualized nudity” and must be sold in a sealed wrapper, while their covers must not be explicit – they are also not available to those under the age of 18.
The official description for publications that are “refused classification” says such content “falls outside generally-accepted community standards”:
Australia has steadily increased its censorship attempts over the years, as lolita erotica has been condemned countless times, with politicians typically treating the characters as if they were real.
Several sexy manga have been removed from Australian bookstores for being “child pornography”, and politicians have previously attacked certain anime for being erotic or graphic.
The country has been denying the import of erotic adult products, and has also been arresting people for purchasing or importing “childlike” sex dolls, including a silicone butt that was “child-shaped”.