THIS IS CHAOS
SOUND THE ALARM
The bill of rights are intended to protect everyone's rights against other people trying to take them away. So long as your rights don't infringe on someone else's we enforce them. The problem with real life child porn is we feel the rights of children are infringed and they can't defend themselves. So laws are passed to protect them.
One thing to consider in the lolicon debate is how many people turn "pedo" after they are first exposed to lolicon and how many were "pedo" before it.
From my days on /b/ I'd say that a number of people turned pedo after being exposed to lolicon on /b/, and its questionable how many of them started collecting CP after that. You could also argue that the opposite is true as well (exposed to CP => downloading lolicon).
dicks out for Harambe
Is a drawing of an underage gorilla raping an adult man illegal?
loli should be illegal
no, by that logic games should be illegal
People who favour the freedom within which contains an understanding of why things like lolicon porn should be legal seems to be becoming a smaller and smaller minority online. Whether you like it or not, consider the people who enjoy it odious or not, or other such arguments are ignorant to the reason why it should be legal.