Why is anime so pedophilia now? (13)

1 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2016-06-09 05:43 ID:EwJhzsi8

Anyone else notice that? Makes me not want to watch anime..

2 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2016-06-17 13:01 ID:ppwfYGQd

Wich ones? i've seen lots of good material around, Zombie-loan, Soul eater, and even the classic ones.

3 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2016-07-15 03:11 ID:oOyVdwEJ

Moe is the answer you are looking for. Catering to pedobear otaku is profitable, so anime studios have forsaken the model of broad appeal that gave us stuff like Macross and Cowboy Bebop back in the good old days of the 80s-90s.

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6 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2017-05-23 18:02 ID:Heaven

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It's anything but now. The golden age of cute anime was 2007-2011-ish. Shows like Moetan or Skygirls? There's nothing modern and comparable to that.

All relevant modern animes (think No Game No Life, or Re:zero...) have a loli as a stock character, but there's no single anime purely dedicated to the trope.

All you get is politically correct, C+ cup moeshit.

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8 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2017-11-09 16:10 ID:El9JXlru

Harabme is pretty moe

9 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2018-01-25 07:38 ID:gylkIDRS

Why is there so much pedophilia in anime now?
Now?

Did you see your first anime in the last year or something?

Maybe it just seems like there's more 'pedophilia' coming from Japan because people are largely oblivious to how prevalent sex crimes committed against children are in their own countries. Seriously.

Unlike many countries in the west with chronic problems with pedophilia - Japan largely abides by the age of consent rules. If you look at crime statistics, Japan is typically ranked 50th or lower for ALL sex crimes INCLUDING pedophilia related crimes. The US, UK, etc are keeping it classy in the top 10 to 20 for most sex crimes committed.

One of those differences is that Japan allows for the outlet of undesirable sexual attraction through fiction - lolicon culture, underage characters, fictional pornography etc.
The west on the other hand won't even allow abuse of fiction children to occur in peoples imaginations - it's repressed to the point that quite a few people snap and go after real children instead.

Japan isn't shy about the existence of people attracted to younger ages - but because they openly allow safer outlets for them it makes them an easier target for countries that are essentially massive hypocrites.

If I had to choose between Japan allowing the pursuit of fake, non-existent children on paper and computers versus the Wests frequent sexually active pedophiles, child sex trafficking rings and dark net child exploitation and porn distribution groups... I'd rather Japan stick with the saucy drawings and computer animation and leave real kids out of it.

Don't go looking up the registered sex offenders list for people in your area. You WILL regret knowing just how many kiddy diddlers live within driving distance of you. That is a fact.

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11 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2018-02-11 22:51 ID:rRq9GjL/

actually, I like moe and lolis, so this isn't a problem for me

12 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2018-02-28 03:13 ID:3cw9wDPH

Since the 'lolicon' culture started to be spread (thanks to the internet that created an entire culture around that and treated it as a normal thing), animes with lots of sexual content involving children or people that look underage have been the most profitable. Japanese people also lack some sense of morality, which is why most of them will produce anything that gives money.

The animated movies industry, however, hasn't been that affected by the 'lolicon' culture. In This Corner of the World, Kimi no Na Wa and Koe no Katachi were produced recently and are great movies. That's why I don't watch many TV series but still watch movies very often.

13 Name: Random Anime Otaku : 2018-03-02 18:27 ID:auZHWmup

Lolis aren't that bad, it's the moeblobs who are the enemy.
Loli moeblobs are the worst!!

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