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  1. Comment on Suggestions for manga/anime focused on hand-to-hand combat primarily? in ~anime

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    Hajime no Ippo is a classic boxing manga/anime. Over 1000 chapters and still ongoing.

    Hajime no Ippo is a classic boxing manga/anime. Over 1000 chapters and still ongoing.

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  2. Comment on Reddit Rules and the Banning of Certain Anime Communities in ~anime

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    Yet in the same sense you're not OK with a (fictional) 26 year old with a 14 year old body and face. That is just plain hypocritical.

    In what way? If a person is canonically underage, they are underage. Unless you're okay with real porn of a 14 year old/minor human with a 26 year old's body and face, too. Just because it's drawn/animated doesn't change that it would be completely messed up.

    Yet in the same sense you're not OK with a (fictional) 26 year old with a 14 year old body and face. That is just plain hypocritical.

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  3. Comment on Reddit Rules and the Banning of Certain Anime Communities in ~anime

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    I feel like it's mostly an America vs Europe kind of thing. Americans tend to call it sexualized when just a bit too much skin is exposed while in Europe sometimes not even full nudity is...

    I feel like it's mostly an America vs Europe kind of thing. Americans tend to call it sexualized when just a bit too much skin is exposed while in Europe sometimes not even full nudity is considered to be sexualization.

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  4. Comment on Reddit Rules and the Banning of Certain Anime Communities in ~anime

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    I personally don't have any issue with either loli porn being banned or not. But there are two massive issues with their current stance. First of all is their extremly prude definition of...

    I personally don't have any issue with either loli porn being banned or not. But there are two massive issues with their current stance.

    First of all is their extremly prude definition of "sexually suggestive". I was banned for this, although the admins have come back from this and unbanned me. Holo was banned for a bikini pic. It wasn't anything skimpy, just a regular bikini and even though he was unbanned, in this instance it was out of leniency and not because they came back from their decision. This is imo way beyond what should reasonably be considered "sexually suggestive".

    Second is their double standard regarding their definition of a minor. The most common way of determining whether a character is a loli/shota is by taking a look at them and having a guess based solely on their appearance. In other words, you go by the characters apparent age. The "1000 years old" vampire/dragon/whatever won't hold up and we all know it's a bullshit excuse anyway. However what Reddit does in addition to this is to also consider the character's canonical age. This practice makes sense for real people, but for fictional, drawn, clearly not real charactes it's absolutely asinine.

    These two problems underline what is wrong with Reddit's current policy on sexualized loli/shota content and it's absolutely crushing anime communities.

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