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- Fri, 21 Feb 2020 07:45:11 EST gsKdENGN No.53928
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Someone im arguing with insists that this picture is not inappropriate for kids to see. I say it is. How can i convince his stupid ass that you can't show stuff like this to kids?
Hedda Bruttingmat - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 07:59:22 EST vXaBs6bi No.53929 Reply
Uh... what are you afraid will happen if a kid sees it?
Hedda Bruttingmat - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 08:16:06 EST vXaBs6bi No.53931 Reply
You gotta deprogram man. Shes just a doodle.
Phineas Blythefoot - Sun, 23 Feb 2020 01:54:18 EST 1oMTma8m No.53936 Reply
I guess some young people might develop a sense of body dysmorphia after looking at this drawings anatomically impossible shape? Is that your point?
Phineas Crasslestare - Mon, 24 Feb 2020 12:07:15 EST zfR4xesa No.53937 Reply
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I guess if I was the father of a young female kid, I'd probably, idk, become slightly concerned if she was displaying particular interest in media of this style at a young age - Don't really care if her developing sexuality or sexual curiosity seemed directed to females, grow up to be a lesbian, I don't give a shit, just please try to make dad proud by becoming a balanced person and refrain from pushing your own worldviews down other's throats.

Whereas, if I was the father of a young male kid, looking at this picture, I think I wouldn't give a shit?

They're kids - they got a lot of life to live and shit to figure out on their own. Let them grow, protect them from physical, emotional, sexual, psychological, and other harms, keep an eye out, chill. I guess. But yeah, I don't want to reproduce, I'd be a terrible father, no point being the biological cause for another confused, uncomfortable, and scared human being at the mercy of a rapidly changing world with a bleak forecast to inherit.

Kinda interesting to think about, now that you got me thinking about this, OP.

As for offering a clear conclusion regarding your disagreement, I don't really have one to offer, sorry man.
Priscilla Buzzwater - Thu, 27 Feb 2020 13:59:42 EST WKB5NLiy No.53941 Reply
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Child's play.
Clara Niffingtuck - Sat, 28 Mar 2020 14:52:34 EST J8V7fA2o No.54002 Reply
I am completely dumbfounded as to how somebody could not see why this is inappropriate for children.

Do you have no critical thought whatsoever???
Charlotte Drellerdale - Thu, 02 Apr 2020 15:30:18 EST F3Gt13uN No.54008 Reply
It does promote an unhealthy body image in the same way depictions of muscle-bound men in media do for men, but you lost me with the weird male sexual psychosis about your hypothetical daughter being turned into a lesbian there at the end. Sexuality is fluid in the sense that people can react to the basic biology of it in different ways at different times, but there is absolutely no evidence of people being "turned gay" as opposed to simply being made aware that they have the capacity to be attracted to members of the same sex.

Also sexuality isn't a "worldview", and "pushing it down other's throats" for a lot of people consists of expressing any sexuality at all if you aren't cishet. I'm not assuming that's what you think at all, it wouldn't be right to accuse you of that without any evidence, I'm just saying it's a common argument used by people who do.

nb for soapboxing in what was from the start a dumb thread

To answer OP though, it's fine, relax, and take a moment to wonder what events in your life led to you having this argument with someone in real life and then bringing it to the /art/ board of a canadian wrestling website when you couldn't get it settled. It's no more sexually explicit than He-Man. It's definitely not healthy from a self-esteem point of view to be bombarded with this kind of imagery constantly, but it's not "immoral" and I feel like the idea that it IS comes more from a fear of female sexuality than anything else
Ebenezer Heshsitch - Fri, 03 Apr 2020 21:55:16 EST l9vlIYcD No.54010 Reply
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Chart - Mon, 06 Apr 2020 13:49:58 EST daEqG8Xq No.54012 Reply
It promotes nipples so good I'm about to pop one in your city for pooptarts Deacon
Cedric Genningkock - Wed, 08 Apr 2020 14:48:30 EST yuWbEsxV No.54015 Reply
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Here's ANIME TIDDIES next to a goddamn CBC article about hard shit.

I personally think it's just shitty art. Sorry.
Edward Drengerstone - Thu, 16 Apr 2020 01:27:54 EST pc/TxW7o No.54022 Reply
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Well if you are restrained enough to only go after what matters, you can take it to the bank, and it is protestantism without god. You have this and that to say, but I'm flat out not interested on any day of the week. The answer is to being a religious-athiest freak is to eat tidepods, I suppose: good job.
Walter Hupperbotch - Thu, 16 Apr 2020 03:53:33 EST XTf+8egs No.54023 Reply
That's a targeted ad based on your browsing history.
Charlotte Faddlenid - Fri, 15 May 2020 19:12:45 EST iYs6X/Le No.54054 Reply
>how dare those people have something to believe in!
not either of those things but you should eat tide pods
George Pickfield - Tue, 26 May 2020 02:03:03 EST 5Ma2yTay No.54064 Reply
i assume by "kid" here they mean pre-pubescent. at that point it literally does not matter what gender you are, sexuality should not be heavily prevalent in childhood. you're just kinda asking to have the kid grow up and maintain sexuality as a high priority in their life and/or normalizing it to a high degree at a young age, or at the very least more than is appropriate. it could lead to sex obsession later down the road or worse, becoming vulnerable to groomers and manipulative people.

like sure if they see this one, singular picture? probably not gonna fuck them up for life, like they might get interested and try and find similar shit on the internet at a young age which isn't great (but i guess a lot of us have been there), but if this type of shit becomes common it can be pretty bad. this is an awfully written post but pretty much i'm saying that kids shouldn't have that type of shit around them commonly, it skews their perception of sociality.

even pubescent children shouldn't be surrounded by rampant or normalized sexuality. i'm not saying the kids should be sheltered from it entirely, but it should have balance in their life. the only reason i'm not entirely fucking sex obsessed currently, with my history of having unsupervised access to the internet in my closed bedroom beginning at 8, is pretty much only because i've got a chemically low sex drive, although i did end up getting groomed because of normalization, which led to a whole slew of awful bullshit. past that, it still fucked me up in smaller, less noticeable ways.
Polly Nibbleridge - Fri, 29 May 2020 04:33:50 EST u04kVnxV No.54066 Reply
They might grow up thinking there are people out there with big boobs and who aren't nuns.

They might grow up thinking sex is part of human biology.
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Eliza Cleckleham - Sun, 31 May 2020 07:35:33 EST uSPWVmsR No.54071 Reply
i wouldn’t want my kid to be exposed to such ugly art, no matter if the character has her titties out or is fully clothed
Jarvis Hondermock - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 16:44:01 EST KIrVd6k1 No.54106 Reply
“I guess children should be barred from going to beaches, water parks, or swimming pools then.”
Nathaniel Gomblesun - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 08:49:41 EST 5zMqFVi/ No.54117 Reply
This is the correct answer. Reminds me of all the ugly cartoons that started flooding tv around the mid-2000s. Like Winx Club or something
Phoebe Sabblesidging - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 17:13:08 EST VXbj373R No.54118 Reply
that shit was so ugly

all the animation movement also was so irritatingly to shallow, to soft and smooth. i think thats why they started introducing characters with varying brush strokes atthe outline, to make it more animated
Polly Brookridge - Mon, 10 Aug 2020 18:05:59 EST yGM390IM No.54121 Reply
i wanted to add sth. more towards your question op. i agree with you.
kids dont do the things theyre being told, but they do what they see. they learn about the world and meaning of symbols by seeing and imitating. kids will and do aim to be what they see, especially if those animated girls show friendship, belonging, fun, caring etc etc. and if these desirable traits are connected to a certain visuals, theyll imitate that behaviour, look and so on too. so thats some more than just trashy „art“. just like monster high dolls, those mutilated sex girls, bratz shallow fashion lifestyle shells, and alike props carve in certain values at a very moldable age. every honk knows big titties, small waist and big hips are sexual cues, how is that related to childrens processing? basically this pic is porn for kids made by adults.

i wish neuro pathways, the longetivity of the subconcious and how we adults functioned as a kid would be more generally known and shit like that would be recognized as trojan horses.

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