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Quote# 130665

DemsArePerverted • in a few seconds

The Democrat Party is filled with traitors. Anyone who has voted for a Democrat in the past 10 years should be rounded up and sprayed with automatic rifle fire, or perhaps Zyklon B.

DemsArePerverted, Wonkette 1 Comments [8/17/2017 11:40:18 AM]
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Quote# 130661

DemsArePerverted • in a few seconds

Liberals are violent, hateful, bigoted totalitarians. Eventually, they're going to push real Americans too far and we're going to start shooting them.

DemsArePerverted, Wonkette 0 Comments [8/17/2017 11:34:54 AM]
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Quote# 130659

DemsArePerverted • a few seconds ago

Normal, healthy Americans envision one man powerfully penetrating another man's an*s and gag in disgust. Liberals envision that and think "Aww, what a sweet loving couple! They should get married!"

DemsArePerverted, Wonkette 1 Comments [8/17/2017 11:34:31 AM]
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Submitted By: DiarrheaMan

Quote# 130656

I hate happy people

I honestly don't understand how anyone can find joy in this unjust world. I don't understand how someone can be so ignorant to the injustices that are happening daily. How does someone live a happy life, while knowing others are sitting in their rooms and rotting?

Happy people aka Normies, must be sociopaths on some level, as that's the only explanation as to how they can be happy and joyful in this fucked up world. It explains how a Normie can live his life happily, while an Incel suffers alone, and it also explains how they can be so ignorant to the suffering of an ugly male.

With this basic explanation in mind, it explains why Normies call us sociopaths, it's a strange form of projection. They can't bare to handle the fact that they are the fucked up sociopaths, and not the Incel. In fact, all Incels are very nice people, who have been put through hell by, you guessed it, Normie bullies. So, the next time a Normie comes on here and calls you a sociopath, just remember, THEY are the sociopaths, not you.

Happy people are sociopaths, and that is why I hate them. They are uncaring, ignorant and are just shitty people in general. Being miserable and enlightened allows us to see just how fucked up the world is, and allows us to feel more empathy than the Normies that come here.

TheEngineer19, /r/incels 5 Comments [8/17/2017 10:28:06 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 130655

A loving father has been locked in a bitter legal battle with a Labour council in London after the socialist bigots seized his two young children and handed them over to a same-sex couple for adoption. The case highlights yet again the monstrous power of the State to override the wishes and rights of parents in Britain.

Claudia Racolta and Florin Barbu, who are Romanian citizens and who met in London in 2007, have two children together – Diana (now, aged 8) and Andy (aged 5). Unfortunately, Claudia and Florin had some marital troubles, starting in 2013. And, in March, 2014, Diana and Andy were taken into custody by Haringey Council.

Since then, Florin (their father) has sought to regain custody — to no avail, even though all evidence demonstrates that he is a loving father, who has always been responsible for looking after his children’s needs. He has even been on hunger strike twice to draw attention to the injustice.

Moreover, it seems that Haringey Council may not have followed proper order in its decision to adopt out Mr Barbu’s children…apparently, to a same-sex couple.
Indeed, it seems that a number of international norms on the treatment of children and families have been violated in this case, including:
1. UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
2. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
3. European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
In this regard, and also under normal conditions, requiring the exhaustion of all relevant remedies in European law cases, it would seem that the option, to allow the children to be adopted by their extended family in Romania (or, elsewhere), was not entertained by Haringey Council.
This is wrong…and relevant. Why?
For three reasons:
1) Because the children (and the parents) are not UK citizens. Residents, yes, but not citizens. So, the country of Romania and the extended family should still have a valid, legal claim on the children.
2) Because it seems unlikely that the Haringey Council Adoption Team exhausted all avenues for uniting the children with their extended family. Mr Barbu claims that they did not even entertain such remedies.
3) Because, even in such extraordinary circumstances as the separation of children from their biological parents, still, children have an ethical right to a mother and a father.
If the reports are true about the children being adopted out to a same-sex couple, this means that Haringey Council would be violating this ethical principle, as well as offending the cultural and Christian religious convictions of millions of Romanians. This would be tantamount to a diplomatic slap-in-the-face.
It is also deeply worrying, given the shocking record of Labour councils in London when it comes to safeguarding the interests of children, particularly in connection with homosexuals.

Nick Griffin, APF Europe 1 Comments [8/17/2017 10:28:02 AM]
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Quote# 130650

WASHINGTON — President Trump reverted Tuesday to blaming both sides for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., and at one point questioned whether the movement to pull down Confederate statues would lead to the desecration of memorials to George Washington.

Abandoning his precisely chosen and carefully delivered condemnations of the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis from a day earlier, the president furiously stuck by his initial reaction to the unrest in Charlottesville. He drew the very moral equivalency for which a bipartisan chorus, and his own advisers, had already criticized him.

“I think there is blame on both sides,” the president said in a combative exchange with reporters at Trump Tower in Manhattan. “You had a group on one side that was bad. You had a group on the other side that was also very violent. Nobody wants to say that. I’ll say it right now.”

Mr. Trump defended those gathered in a Charlottesville park to protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. “I’ve condemned neo-Nazis. I’ve condemned many different groups,” he said. “Not all of those people were neo-Nazis, believe me. Not all of those people were white supremacists by any stretch.”

He criticized “alt-left” groups that he claimed were “very, very violent” when they sought to confront the white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups that had gathered in Charlottesville.

“Many of those people were there to protest the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee,” Mr. Trump said. “So this week, it is Robert E. Lee. I noticed that Stonewall Jackson is coming down. I wonder, is it George Washington next week? And is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know, you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop?”

It was a remarkable rejection of the criticism he confronted after waiting two days before naming the right-wing groups in the bloodshed that ended with the death of a young woman after a car crashed into a crowd of protesters.

Mr. Trump accused people he called the alt-left of “swinging clubs” as they “came charging at, as you say, at the alt-right.” He said some of the right-wing members of the crowd in the Virginia park were “bad.” But he added that the other side came “charging in without a permit and they were very, very violent.”

Aides had urged him for days to take the high ground, persuading him on Monday to read a brief statement condemning the neo-Nazi groups from the Diplomatic Room in the White House. But over the past day, back in his private New York residence for the first time since becoming president, Mr. Trump was alone, without his wife and young son, and consuming hours of television, with many on cable news telling him he had not done enough.

On Monday night, he was tweeting his frustration, accusing the “fake media” of never being satisfied. But by Tuesday morning, the president was fuming again. At a scheduled event about the permitting process for infrastructure, Mr. Trump asked for questions — contrary to the wishes of his aides, including John F. Kelly, his new chief of staff, who stood to the side, looking grim.

Venting, his face red as he personally executed the defense of his own actions that no one else would, Mr. Trump all but erased any good will he had earned Monday when he named racist groups and called them “repugnant to everything we hold dear.”

Mr. Trump said his initial statement was shaped by a lack of information about the events in Charlottesville, even though television statements had been broadcasting images of the violence throughout the morning.

“There was no way of making a correct statement that early,” he said. “I had to see the facts, unlike a lot of reporters. I didn’t know David Duke was there. I wanted to see the facts.”

Within minutes, Mr. Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, praised Mr. Trump’s comments as a condemnation of “leftist terrorists.”

“Thank you President Trump for your honesty & courage to tell the truth about #Charlottesville,” Mr. Duke said in a Twitter post.

But Mr. Trump also made it clear that even now — with the benefit of hindsight — he does not accept the overwhelming criticism that he should have reserved his condemnation for the white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups.

Mr. Trump called the driver of the car who the authorities said crashed into the crowd, James Alex Fields Jr., 20, “a disgrace to himself, his family and this country. You can call it terrorism. You can call it murder. You can call it whatever you want.”

Speaking bluntly about an ongoing investigation in a way that presidents rarely do, Mr. Trump said Mr. Fields, who is being held without bail on charges of murder and malicious wounding in the death of Heather Heyer, is “a murderer.”

“What he did was a horrible, horrible, inexcusable thing,” Mr. Trump said.

But he refused to explicitly say that the killing of the young woman was a case of domestic terrorism, saying only that “you get into legal semantics.”

The president also gave himself a pat on the back from Ms. Heyer’s mother, who thanked him in a statement for “words of comfort and for denouncing those who promote violence and hatred” after Monday’s remarks.

Mr. Trump said: “I thought it was terrific. Under the kind of stress that she is under and the heartache she is under, I thought putting out that statement to me was really something I won’t forget.”

He also unleashed his frustration at the news media on Tuesday, saying they were being “fake” because they did not acknowledge that his initial statement about the Charlottesville protest was “very nice.”

Again and again, Mr. Trump rejected any portrayal that nationalist protesters in the city were all neo-Nazis or white supremacists, and he said it was unfair to suggest that they were.

He said blame for the violence in the city — which also took the lives of two Virginia state troopers when their helicopter crashed — should also be on people from “the left” who came to oppose the nationalist protesters.

The president said it should be “up to a local town, community” to say whether the statue of Lee should remain in place.

Soon after Mr. Trump was done speaking, he wandered close to the velvet rope line that held a group of about 20 reporters and photographers, his mood noticeably brighter. A reporter asked if he planned to visit Charlottesville after the tragedy there. Mr. Trump replied by saying he has a house there, and provided an endorsement of the Trump Winery nearby.

Then he disappeared into Trump Bar, taking a shortcut to his residence next door.

Donald Trump, New York Times 1 Comments [8/17/2017 9:25:52 AM]
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Quote# 130648

Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and monuments. You can't change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson - who's next, Washington, Jefferson? So foolish! Also the beauty that is being taken out of our cities, towns and parks will be greatly missed and never able to be comparably replaced!

Donald Trump, Twitter 4 Comments [8/17/2017 9:25:37 AM]
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Submitted By: DChan87

Quote# 130646

If #RobertELee is to be erased from history, why not erase #ChristopherColumbus whose arrival ignited genocide of Native Americans?

Geraldo Rivera, Twitter 6 Comments [8/17/2017 9:25:17 AM]
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Quote# 130644

[From "“Hate on Many Sides” – CNN is Pissed Trump Didn’t Denounce White Nationalism"]

He outright refused to disavow.

People saying he cucked are shills and kikes.

He did the opposite of cuck.

He refused to even mention anything to do with us.

When reporters were screaming at him about White Nationalism he just walked out of the room.

Andrew Anglin, Daily Stormer 12 Comments [8/17/2017 6:14:19 AM]
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Submitted By: JeanP

Quote# 130643

Carnists losing their minds about a few Nazis walking around together... Meanwhile they are gorging their faces on the holocaust of animals.

Vegan Revolution , Twitter  8 Comments [8/17/2017 6:13:58 AM]
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Quote# 130642

(FSTDT/RSTDT twofer)

Just my thoughts on the matter.
Look around the news these days.
College's teach classes that whites are privileged and racists by the very act of being born white.
They are barring them from certain places on campus.
The same is happening with Maleness and christianity (not judaism or islam though)
Christians are denigrated openly and joyously. It's fashionable to hate them.
In today's world, if you are a straight white male, you're the most atrocious thing walking the planet now and responsible for everything that is wrong with the world.

So when these disenfranchised youths look around and see all this, its not hard to see them being lured to KKK, Et.al ...
It shouldnt be too hard to see this, after all, it is exactly what we have been saying about attacking muslims and creating more extremists.
When you start painting broad sections of people as all evil because of one thing or another, it leads no where good.

ziegler, Ars Technica 7 Comments [8/17/2017 6:13:53 AM]
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Submitted By: zyr

Quote# 130633

If we evolved from apes why are there still apes.

Tim Allen, Twitter 13 Comments [8/17/2017 6:13:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Daspletosaurus

Quote# 130645

Isn't it amazing that a single attempt at a peaceful gathering of a few hundred pro-whites caused the biggest political shitstorm in years?


2/ Like 500 people lol! Looks like they really pressed on the nerve of what terrifies the global capitalist system, eh?


3/ They don't even COVER violent communist/antifa gatherings(they cover for them though), because they are not a challenge to the system.

nontolerantman, Twitter 6 Comments [8/17/2017 5:54:10 AM]
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Quote# 130641

Hi dyanaprajna2011, most are like you and do not understand Paul very well. The Apostle Paul was the greatest and most knowledgeable Apostle concerning the Spiritual understanding of the Law:

2Pe 3:15-17
(15) And account that the longsuffering of our Lord is salvation; even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you;
(16) As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.
(17) Ye therefore, beloved, seeing ye know these things before, beware lest ye also, being led away with the error of the wicked, fall from your own stedfastness.

You see dyanaprajna2011, even the Apostle Peter recognized the special WISDOM that had been given to Paul, which LAWLESS men would then distort and twist.

Now, you have fallen INTO the category of being one of those whom Peter was speaking about. Take for example the first Scripture you referenced in 2 Cor 12:16. You have presented that Paul was lying and using deceit, even as being so bold as to openly admit to this sin. Shame on you! The Apostle Paul was speaking of how he did not "hold out his hand" as the churches of this world do today, and ask for them to take care of him. This was a crafty move on his part, to not let them have any reason to accuse him of having "monetary" MOTIVES in his presentation of the Gospel to them. That totally disarmed any accusations that would say he was preaching to them for profit...and that was very crafty of him. You should apologize for even suggesting Paul was a liar and a deceitful person. KB

Ken Brown, Religious Forums 5 Comments [8/16/2017 9:28:31 PM]
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Submitted By: Denizen

Quote# 130640

If i cant have a normal life, why should i get a job if i can live with my parents being a neet?

why should i go outside?, I don't like to watch happy couples walking

Tourijo , R/incels  9 Comments [8/16/2017 9:26:57 PM]
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Quote# 130634

[OP of "Chad nationalism"]

[The "virgin ram", from a "Middle eastern cuck" who is "saving for his 74 virgins", is contrasted to the "Chad plow", an "USA patriot" killing "Communists and niggers"]

driedupbong420, Reddit - r/Physical_Removal 14 Comments [8/16/2017 9:24:53 PM]
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Submitted By: JeanP

Quote# 130632

The terms "confident" and "insecure" are arbitrary word-viruses that have no meaning.

What if we got rid of these two terms? I've often wondered what basis they really have. They do far more harm than good, and they distort and confuse the true nature of reality and the human spirit.

While a lot of incels here probably identify as "insecure", many of them are very intelligent, insightful, funny, and have a strong command of the English language. I do not see anything outwardly "insecure" about them, though I realize behind a computer screen they are able to be more "themselves".

Then we look at the word "confident". Well, what is confidence, exactly?

I argue it's just mimicry of behaviors that Normies have agreed upon are attractive and acceptable.

If you take the average Chad or Normie who has "confidence", they're often dumb as rocks, project what they think constitutes confidence, and use their brains as little as possible to think anything through. They rely on cliches and trite sayings to get them through life.

My thesis is that neither of these terms have any real meaning or basis -- they are just used to separate the "wheat from the chaff", and maintain the Normies dominance in society.

That's why this sub causes so much controversy -- it's a real threat to the prevailing norms. If incel ideology ever got more accepted, and its truths sunk in more, you might see a backlash ... to the point the "confident" Normies start looking a lot less cool, and a lot more silly (which I've always thought to begin with).

shockinghillaryquote, /r/IncelReddit 13 Comments [8/16/2017 2:02:53 PM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 130629

Conservative author Dinesh D’Souza compared left-wing protestors who destroyed a Confederate statue in North Carolina to the terrorist organization ISIS and violent fascist regimes.

D’Souza appeared on the August 15 episode of Fox News Radio’s “Todd Starnes Show” to continue blaming the left for violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white supremacist alt-right demonstrator killed one person and injured more than a dozen others after speeding his vehicle into a group of counter-protestors.

Before ending the interview, Starnes turned the discussion to “anti-fascist” protesters in North Carolina who forcefully toppled a bronze statue that memorialized Confederate soldiers. Starnes asked D’Souza if Americans should “be concerned about this whitewashing of history,” to which D’Souza responded by comparing the protestors to ISIS and other fascist groups.

“Just think about it. When is the last time somebody did this?,” D’Souza said. “The last time somebody did this is when ISIS was sandblasting and blowing up statues.”

D’Souza continued, “This whole idea that you want to erase history that you don’t like—this is a kind of behavior that is characteristic of a despotic mindset. The fascists did the same thing.”

Liberals, D’Souza claimed, are comparable to “black shirts” in Benito Mussolini’s fascist Italian regime and “brown shirts” in Nazi Germany. “The fascist mindset is revealing itself fully on the left,” D’Souza said.

D’Souza’s comparison is yet another installment of the pro-Trump right’s attempts to blame the violence in Charlottesville on the left. The conservative author has also capitalized on the violence in Charlottesville to promote his new book, which promises to expose “the Nazi roots of the American Left.”

Dinesh D'Souza, Right Wing Watch 20 Comments [8/16/2017 2:02:31 PM]
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Quote# 130628

DemsArePerverted whitroth • in a few seconds

Turing was a pervert. Those who desire to peg another dude in the ass should stay celibate.

DemsArePerverted, Wonkette 12 Comments [8/16/2017 2:02:18 PM]
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Submitted By: DiarrheaMan

Quote# 130627

DemsArePerverted • 5 minutes ago

I can't take any criticism from the Democrat Party seriously as long as they think a man should be celebrated for ejaculating inside another man's slimy poopchute.

DemsArePerverted, Wonkette 15 Comments [8/16/2017 2:01:00 PM]
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Submitted By: DiarrheaMan

Quote# 130623

Friendly reminder that animal agriculture is inherently unethical and abusive and consuming animal products is always an unethical decision regardless of if it is voluntary or not.

Stop making people think killing animals because they feel like is moral and ethical. Stop pandering to people’s comfort and feelings by saying it’s perfectly good and ethical to abuse and slaughter others out of personal choice. There is no good excuse to support it except for out of dire necessity or complete lack of alternatives.


veganerudition, but broccoli (via Tumblr) 9 Comments [8/16/2017 2:00:05 PM]
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Submitted By: Salami

Quote# 130622

Rules are one thing, but this goes beyond censorship. This is basically saying, we are wrong to think that something is attractive, and by thinking it... we are bad people.

Shit like this pisses me off...

I do care about "freedom of speech" or "right to expression", but when it comes to sick shit like this, your rights to sharing your fantasies end. There's a point where it goes too far. This isn't artwork anymore, it's some twisted fantasy given the light of day.

"I agree with freedom of expression... unless it's something I don't like" is basically what that comment is. Like I fucking said earlier, it has nothing to do with age, it has to do with what is found attractive. My girlfriend looks underage... so according to you this is "sick shit" for me to be attracted to her? Oh, I've imagined having all kinds of different sex with her... are these twisted fantasies that I've thought about?

What part of that don't you people understand? A character is a grade schooler in a certain game, and the main character has sex with them. Would it be any different if the character looked exactly the same... acted exactly the same... and was in college? I bet you people would like the character just as much either way.

It's a pointless reasoning that you guys are giving. "Child porn is bad". How young? Okay, let's go by US standards with 18. That's fine right? Okay a 17 year old poses naked. Everyone assumes she's 18. Are you now a sick freak for liking the picture because you thought she was 18? What if she was 16 and you thought she was 18? Are you a sick freak?

I've repeated the same thing three times basically and not a single person has even spoken about it in how it's not wrong or why it is wrong. In games it's called trying to hit target audiences. What, it's okay for a company to make crap ass games to make money featuring nothing but killing and blood... but if an ADULT game that is sold to ONLY ADULTS, has a character that looks young then it's wrong?

Fuck your double standard bull shit.

Fuck you for telling me it's wrong to like a young looking character, fuck you for telling me it's wrong to like young looking girls.

Every single fucking one of you return back to "AGE" when time and time again we tell you it has nothing to fucking do with age. So fuck off and stop trying to preach as if you're better.

EDIT: because I reread and wanted to add.

What you think about things have no fucking bearing on what others should or should not be allowed to do. I.E. if someone is into eating his partners feces... as vile as it may seem to you, are you saying he has no right to do it? If someone enjoys being urinated on by his partner, are you saying he has no right to do it? Putting penut butter on his/her privates and letting his/her pet lick the peanut butter, no right?

You need to realize that ones own personal rights is to do with he and her enjoy... AS LONG AS they do not intrude on the rights of another person without their permission.

Then we look at what we can and cannot do. Who hasn't thought about going out and just shooting stuff up. Who hasn't found the appeal of being an international spy like James Bond, or being a war hero. Being a great quarter back, rescuing the President, saving the world.

That's what games let us do isn't it? Do things we cannot do in reality. Games give us the ability to do the things we only wish we could do in real life. So we play them. We get satisfaction out of them living small dreams that otherwise would be left unfulfilled.

So what if someone enjoys younger looking girls. Playing games is a way too feed that dream without harming anyone in real life. You're just as guilty of it for playing Ace Combat 5 because you want to be a pilot. Only... YOU personally think their dream is sick. Well fuck you, because it's their dream, let them fucking enjoy it.

CrackPr0n-EET-, Megatokyo Forums 4 Comments [8/16/2017 1:59:57 PM]
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Quote# 130621

Okay You guys need to realize that Lolicon does not mean lust after people that are underage. It does not mean lust after those who are prepubescent(this is where wolfen fucked up). It is no different than having a preference in women(i forgot whos aid that).

I am easilly described as a Lolicon. I like young looking, underdeveloped women. Is this wrong? Some might think so. But some people think getting circumsized is incredibly wrong to do as well.

Hell, my girlfriend is tiny as hell. She's 5'4 105 lbs, has a small chest, and over all just looks like she's about 14. I love her for this. She looks like a little girl. She's older than me though(wow, scary). Is this wrong of me to like a girls appearance that looks under 14?

My friend Kimmie looks like she's about 12. 5'0 90 some odd lbs... virtually little chest. Is it wrong for someone to find her attractive? She's 19 now btw.

We don't care about the age of the girl. If you are shown a picture of a girl and are asked "is she hot?"... does it matter how old she is to find her attractive or not? I've seen some 14 yo's that look like they're 24. 5'8 D cups(US standard), very very attractive looking to most people. Hell I have friends like that. 16 or so and look in their mid 20's. Guys ask me "who's your friend, she's fucking gorgeous"... then I tell them that she's only 16 and they're like "fuck...". Is it wrong to find her attractive just because she's underage? Is it wrong for me to find my girlfriend attractive because SHE LOOKS UNDERAGE?

This is ONLY pertaining to real people at the moment too, let alone fucking drawings. "this girl is young and cute and is sexually attractive to me"... "Fuck she's only 13? Oh well, she's still hawt".

The big difference is action. If I find a 13 year old girl sexually attractive... will I act upon it(and despite the joking that goes on between me and my friends, I wouldn't)? This is no different than ANY AGE though. "I find this 23 yr. old girl attractive... I'm going to rape her" other than what may be considered the morallity of raping a child, it is no different than raping a girl of age... except maybe worse since she might get pregnant.

So those of you saying "OMG lolicon is bad, you should all go to hell" Fuck you. Fuck you and fuck everything you think. Fuck you for thinking you can persecute us just because we find something attractive that you don't. It's like saying "you people like black women? you should all die for liking black women you sick fucks!" or somthing to that scale. I find this amusing since how many people find Asian women attractive on these forums. AND MANY of them have very child like bodies(cough cough... Aya MATSUDA>>> Maki Gotoh, etc. etc. etc.)

Again, fuck you all for prosecuting us for something we merely find attractive.

Geez Crack, that reads like NAMBLA propaganda. Maybe you should like, reword that a bit? X_X Cause it's a little extreme. o_O

No, because I hate idiotic persecution.

How would you feel if people started going off on Homosexuals? If you're a homosexual, you're a sick fuck and I hope you die. All homosexual shit on TV shouldn't be showed! I hope that fucker that was running for president and all people like him die. That's not freedom of expression, that's being a sick fuck.

How the fuck is that any different?

CrackPr0n-EET-, Megatokyo Forums 6 Comments [8/16/2017 1:59:47 PM]
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Quote# 130620

You're not meant to watch any movies, TV shows etc. that go against Islamic principles. Like for instance a Hollywood movies got all sorts of things deemed haram, but an Islamic based production wouldn't have Music etc. and such.

The purpose should be educational first and foremost with a bit of entertainment in a halal manner.

I think we all know it's haram, but again it's an issue related to weakness for haram things of the dunya.

Constant Hope, Ummah 8 Comments [8/16/2017 8:09:08 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 130619

Cause drawing pictures of living things is haram.

I used to like watching Akira and other cartoons when I was younger but then got told by my teacher to grow up and fear Allah.

I was also fanatic about comics, but they also got burnt when I started practising.

But even before practising, I kinda kept it low about these hobbies, cause it wasn't the "cool" thing to do.

My friends used to rib me about these things.

-Jibril-, Ummah 7 Comments [8/16/2017 8:09:04 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie
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