So people raged after hearing about this, let’s see what’s really in it and see what others have to say about it.

but definitely, UNICEF is happy about this.

and oh, prepare to lol hard.

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Quoting the official press release of the House of Representatives of the Republic of the Philippines

House wants to ban pornographic cartoon

12 April 2009 10:30:30 AM
Writer: J. Camero / I. Yambot Jr., MRS-PRIB
http://www.congress.gov.ph/press/details.php?pressid=3253

Hentai, the Japanese pornographic cartoon that depicts children in explicit sexual activity, is considered child pornography material and one may be severely penalized by just mere possession of it.

Oh God, sucky research and writing a bill banning something you don’t even understand. HENTAI =/= child pornography, goddamn it!

quoting Half-Rice:

“Hentai, the Japanese pornographic cartoon that depicts children in explicit sexual activity”

OMG @___@ epic fail in so many levels

it’s embarrassing to call myself a Filipino right now >__>

quoting Roji:

Now that is some a very intellectual definition on hentai as stated by these dumbfuck lawmakers. I salute them, really.


A bill banning this pornographic cartoon was approved recently by the Joint House Committees on Justice and Welfare of Children chaired by Rep. Matias Defensor (3rd District, Quezon City) and Rep. Monica Prieto-Teodoro (1st District, Tarlac), respectively.

You know who to go after, guys. lol

Prieto-Teodoro, one of the authors of the measure, said the bill penalizes the offenders who sell, offer, advertise, and promote child pornography; and have been found to possess, download, purchase, reproduce, or make available child pornography materials with the intent of selling or distributing them.

I told my friends, I’ll visit you guys in prison. lol the already full prisons will be flooded by thousands with the Philippines being this: http://www.google.com/trends?q=hentai

Prieto-Teodoro said child pornography material refers to the means and methods in which a child carries out pornography.

“It can be in forms of visual depiction, audio representation and written text or materials that advocate explicit sexual activity with a child,” Prieto-Teodoro said.

wut? you’re basically protecting 2D fictional characters from pornography. lol then please review how anti-hentai and anti-loli bills failed epically in other countries.

UN Statistics for 2000: Rapes per 100,000 people:

Canada 78.08 “Simple Possession”, Loli Manga Banned
Australia 77.79 “Simple Possession”, Loli Manga De Jure Banned
USA 32.05 “Simple Possession”, Loli Manga Banned (Constitutionally Invalid)
Sweden 24.47 “Simple Possession”, Loli Manga Banned
UK 16.23 “Simple Possession”, Loli Manga, BDSM to be Banned
France 14.36 “Simple Possession”
S. Korea 12.98 “Simple Possession”
Germany 9.12 “Simple Possession”
Russia 4.78
Taiwan 4.08
Japan 1.78 “Simple Possession” (Just introduced)

*Third column contains the anti-loli laws in place for each country

More statistics at Sankaku Complex.

She explained that the said images of real and indistinguishable children in films, digital images or computer images, whether made or produced electronically or mechanically; drawings, cartoons, sculptures or paintings depicting children in an explicit sexual activity are just some of the visual depictions considered as child pornography materials.

Prieto-Teodoro said there is a need for a legislative measure to address this disturbing social phenomena considering that the provisions of RA7160 or the Special Protection of Children Against Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act are mainly related to child prostitution and do not provide adequate protection to victims of other forms of sexual exploitation particularly child pornography.

Rep. Darlene R. Antonino-Custodio (1st District, South Cotabato) another author of the bill to be known as the “Anti-Child Pornography Act of 2009″, said the Internet which is used for gaining knowledge is being used by some as a medium to gratify sexual desire.

“Once the picture of child victim is flashed either on the Internet or video clip, the picture is open for the entire world to see. The child loses his or her privacy and innocence which can never be restored,” Antonino-Custodio said.

okay, the 2D girl loses her privacy and innocence. wtf wwwwww

Adults indulging in child pornography either by purchasing, viewing or producing them, should be subjected to the most severe punishments,”Antonino-Custodio said.

No fapping in this country from now on people. But srsly, run after the real rapists. gah

Anon says: I don’t believe I’ve ever heard of a loli fapping and getting arrested for it.

Under the bill, child pornography refers to any representation of a child below 18 years of age, engaged in real or simulated explicit sexual activities or any representation of the sexual parts of a child primarily for sexual purposes.

The bill provides that the mere possession of drawings, cartoons, digital images, computer-generated images — even if it is indistinguishable from that of real children engaging in an explicit sexual activity – may be penalized with 6 to 12 years imprisonment and a fine of not more than P500,000.

oooh. half a million grand for mere possession?! oh you. how about you increase also the fine for people caught using dynamite for fishing — that’s more logical since it causes real damage? really guys in the Congress…

The measure also imposes 12 to 20 years imprisonment and a fine of not more than P2 million to violators who have been found guilty of committing unlawful acts such as hiring, employing, using, persuading, inducing, or coercing a child to perform in the production of child pornography, including its production people.

oh lol. more money for the government and *cough* their pockets.

quoting Takeo27:

well, you can bribe them anyways… every officers.. hayz.. XD

Other authors of the bill are Reps. Rene M. Velarde (Party-List, BUHAY), Ignacio T. Arroyo (5th District, Negros Occidental), Rufus B. Rodriguez (2nd District, Cagayan de Oro), Narciso D. Santiago III (Party-List, Alliance for Rural Concerns), Matias V. Defensor (2nd District, Quezon City), Jr., Lorenzo Tanada III (4th District, Quezon), Edgardo M. Chatto (1st District, Bohol) and Luzviminda C. Ilagan (Party-List, Gabriela).

oho. more people to run after. /gg

I understand their intentions are good. but they fail on making the appropriate bill. Punish those who are involved in real-life [not fictional, 2D anime] porn that exploits [3D, breathing, real] children.

and guess what because of this the Philippines gained another title in the international community — PHAILippines, that is. wwwwww work harder guys in the congress. how about you provide us/ do a study if fetish really leads to crime before you ban something? don’t just judge things based on your own definition of what’s right and what’s wrong. give us data.

lastly, you might be interested in joining this: http://gohlico.multiply.com/journal/item/187/Anti-Hentai_Bill_Sux_Art_Contest

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