Wow, they really had a section called "/r/jailbait"? Really? In 2012?
This is not a matter of people complaining because they don't find something "interesting": I think finding something disgusting (and racist) might just be the issue.
owitzer86 37 points 2 hours ago (48|9)
lol, SA is the new Concerned Mothers of the internet.
crusader86 1 point 9 minutes ago (1|0)
10 years ago I would have laughed at hearing that. Now it's just so weird and true. Now the day /btards get off their lazy asses and go make good on their threats to take down website... oh shit.
bluishred: flatluigi, So your proof is a conversation about finding foreign films with nude children? Are we seriously categorizing screenshots of non-sexualized depiction of naked children in foreign films as child pornography?
Ad hominem: Before we get ahead of ourselves about 4chan being awesome there is cp on /b all the fucking time, they are just quick to delete it. If you watch, you can see it appear, then disappear, like magic. There is some on the front page of /b/ right now. I don't even want to screen cap it.
The Confessor: The unsettled question in my mind, interesting to me from purely a legal stance, is whether a photo taken with no prurient intent can be considered child pornography if it is displayed in a context promoting the sexualization of children... like r/jailbait and its relatives. I think that it can; furthermore, I think that it perhaps should. We are, after all, talking about real victims here, even if they might possibly be unaware of said violation.
Here's the copine scale, again. Please note that, because of the context and organization of the subreddits (i.e. they were intentionally gathering and sharing images for sexual purposes), nothing in them was under level 4.
Posing Deliberately posed pictures of children fully clothed, partially clothed or naked (where the amount, context and organization suggests sexual interest).
What's your interpretation of the clause in parentheses, then?
I don't really see any promoting of the "product" that is SA from those responsible.
"Stand with us or with the child pornographers"
Expect to see a LOT more of that from now on.
If a bunch of nerds that want to bitch about how some crazy woman doesn't think games shouldn't actually be games and ME3 should be a $100m Twilight/Potter fanfic offends you so mortally you should probably nuke half the Internet from orbit.
I hate London because I know a couple of streets where someone is pimping out children. The whole city is evil. Someone should bomb it.
Sometimes, seriously, you guys.... man, you depress me with your inattentive fits of selective moral hysteria. It's like you see a huge garden and go turning stones over until you find the biggest, grossest bug you can, and then you're all, "Eww! Eww! Gross! Look at the gross bug! This garden is gross, man! Let's all have a gross-out shitfit and feel good about how our tiny garden isn't gross! Actually, it's worse than that. It's like someone else does that, tells you about it, and then you have a second-hand shitfit.
The level of sheer ignorance about reddit and how it works is pathetic.
empath, SRS is so very far from being a constructive way to approach the actual real problems that I don't even know where to begin. And that's without the bait-and-switch stuff and the manufactured outrages they traffic in these days.
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