Phew, we're safe! For now. Even though Japan is currently pushing some new law
to make possession of child pornography
illegal (for the first time, in fact), the legislation in question does not cover our most beloved mediums - anime, games and manga - only real-life stuff. Which basically means our fellow lolicons from Japan can keep on doing whatever sticky things they used to be doing up to now, as long as the flat subjects
of their fantasies are purely virtual.
Still, certain unsatisfied individuals (who probably need to wank more, if getting laid is such an inconceivable fact of their bureaucratic life) and organizations (UNICEF) demand
that the law should also ban virtual child pornography
. Something that not even American politicians were able to accomplish, due to various constitutionality issues. Like, hello, freedom of expression!
Ironically, given my comrade's previous post about Ikkitousen facing ban in Russia
, vodka-land will thus become the last of the G8 countries where the possession of child pornography is not banned. I wonder why
...P.S. Nu zaietz pagadi!