As undercover UNICEF special agent Mahoromatic
would surely tell us, on and on and on, "ecchi
is not appropriate!". But we know better, don't we... Too bad that UNICEF doesn't, though. The world would be such a lovely place without their constant nagging
. And in particular without the constant nagging of one dr. Ethel Quayle - who seems to be as much of a "doctor", as Jack Thompson
is a lawyer. Take this quote of hers, for instance:
"In countries such as the UK, sexual or abusive depictions of children are illegal. Japan currently has restrictions on photographs of children, but the likes of manga and anime are not censored. As a result, problematic images flood out into the world."
Clearly, freedom of expression
means nothing to her, nor to anyone else buying into her bucketful of moralistic bullshitting. And clearly, the world faces no other bigger social threat worth of UNICEF's attention, than the flat-chested
2D invaders from Japan. Perfectly legal
flat-chested 2D invaders from Japan, might I point out.
Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Loli invaders are from Japan.
And so, the crusade against virtual child porn goes on. San'plex
warns us of more things to come from the ongoing UNICEF world conference, aptly called "World Congress III Against Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents". Held in Rio de Janeiro
, go figure!