Google Deleting Consumers Photos, Videos, Accounts

18 Mar

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The Backstory of this. On April 2th Google will get your Google+ account and any Google+ pages that you’ve created will be shut down and we will begin deleting content from consumer Google+ accounts. Photos and videos from Google+ in your album archive and on your Google+ pages will also be deleted. It’s how Google wants to Thank you for being part of Google+. Don’t worry the next steps how to download your photos and other content. Google options over download the Photos and other Content does not work. Don’t worry line from the Article talking about this from Google. Almost like saying don’t worry the tsunami will not kill your love-ones. If Google wants to thank people for being part of Google+. How about not deleting their Content. Send it to Google Drive or better yet turn the Website into Google+ Archive.

Antis An Activists Group

5 Mar

Someone posted this Comment What Antis never realize is that by banning loli and shota fictional content entirely and making creation/consumption of it illegal would be a very very bad thing for everyone because it means A. innocent people who just write risky topics would be treated like sex offenders, and B. those with those attractions irl won’t look at fiction to surpress their urges, they’ll go for the real thing if the punishment is the same. I got very confused because I never hear of Antis before. By trying to protect fictional kids, you’d put real kids into horrible danger. It’s the same as how classifying weed (which is also harmless btw) as a class 1 drug in America up until the last decade didn’t make people stop smoking it, it just made people more likely to try the hard stuff because they’d go to prison for the same amount of time. In both of these cases a “gateway drug” is a myth made in panic that could just attract people with problems to something much worse. Having an outlet for problematic thoughts and fantasies that doesn’t hurt anyone is only a good thing. And hell even if it’s just for fun (which is my case) it’s not hurting anyone if it’s kept in adult-only spaces. I got very confused because I never hear of Antis before The Person reply with the following: antis as in anti-lolishota “activists” Antis or what I call the Imagination Police. Antis basically People who believe in this:

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People on Barrag have made some Honest Comments about them. Being this:

Antis People who try to police what content other people consume. They send death threats, call people pedos/abusers and other things for liking the darker more problematic side of fandoms. They say they do it to protect kids and abuse survivors but they only do it to earn brownie points and to get others to harass content creators who draw/write things that don’t fit their pure and wholesome image

Because death threats are always the way to the moral high ground right? fun times.

Here is my info about this: A drawing or written text that depicts an imaginary child exploits nobody, There is no evidence that representations of imaginary or fictional children result in harm to real children.

It doesn’t reduce child sexual abuse nor helps the problem of child pornography. According to Diamond et al, 2011, and Diamond & Uchiyama, 1999, the easy availability of pornography reduces the incidence of a sex crime. A person who has more opportunities to achieve sexual gratification will need less sex. In Japan, child pornography was allowed for a long while, same in the Czech Republic, and the authors noticed that the availability of child pornography was correlated with a decreased of hands-on child sex abuse. While that doesn’t warrant that child pornography should be made legal, a person who uses cub porn as a surrogate for child pornography could very well be unwilling to offend the law and only views cub porn because it’s their way to have legal sexual gratification. If you take that away from them, you are reducing the number of available options, making child sexual abuse and the consumption of child pornography look more appealing. That explains the low rates of child sexual abuse in Japan, compared to the United States and the United Kingdom. Aware of that fact, there are scientists studying the possibility of “prescribing” virtual reality child pornography to non-offending pedophiles. Thus, the ban on cub aggravates, even if slightly, the problem of child sexual abuse.

When child pornography was made illegal, it was made só because of the possibility of real child exploitation in the making of the work. But it set a new decency standard. After a while, it was questioned if lolicon and shotacon shouldn’t be banned as well. Turning lolicon and shotacon into taboos set a dark precedent: a work of art can be censored on the grounds of how it resembles something else, rather than on the grounds of actual harm inflicted to anyone.

I always go back to these ideas: The legal treatment of simulated child pornography in the United States requires an understanding of the components of that phrase: pornography, child, and simulated. United States law treats these as separate concepts.

In the United States, pornography is considered a form of personal expression, and thus governed by the First Amendment to the Constitution. Pornography is generally protected speech, unless it is obscene, as the Supreme Court of the United States held in 1973 in Miller v. California.

In 2002, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition that the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996 (CPPA) was facially invalid in prohibiting virtual or cartoon child pornography. The basis for the ruling was that the CPPA made unlawful some forms of protected First Amendment speech, banning depictions of sex between children even if not obscene and not involving real child victims. Under New York v. Ferber, if the depiction is of real child abuse or a real child victim, as a result of photographing a live performance, for instance, then it is not protected speech. Under Miller v. California, obscene speech is likewise excluded from First Amendment protection. The CPPA made all virtual child sex depictions illegal without regard to whether the speech was protected or not, so that part of the statute was struck down as facially invalid.

anti-lolishota “activists” care so much about fighting against removing, takedown, etc something does not exist.

every time an anti says “you’re a pedophile” I’m just like, so what? if I was, I’d be obviously non-offending

I’m not, mind, but it’s just funny because they think that insinuating someone is mentally unwell is a valid insult.

Antis

Antis are basically like this:

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How the frick is Policing what content other people consume. Sending death threats, call people pedos/abusers and other things for liking the darker more problematic side of fandoms. Get Others to harass Content Creators Who Draw and Write Things helps anyone.

 

Steam is not ok with Active Shooter but Ok with School Shooter Simulator

2 Mar

You know the Irony about Steam. Steam removed this video game from its Platform:

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But Steam is Perfectly fine with this:

School Shooting Simulator

This mode in Garry’s Mod about School Shooting. My reaction is the following:

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Inkbunny Journal-Entry SJW and their process to get things right

1 Mar

I found someone Inkbunny Journal-Entry talking about this:

Step 1: getting triggered by stuff you don’t like

Step 2: post a journal to your whiteknights because wew I’m a popufur and everyone will support me

Step 3:

“eww cub! Ban it it’s pedophilia”

“But furfaggotery is not zoophilia!”

“but drawings of rape aren’t rape, is not real”

Conclusion: It’s not FA, the staff of FN are not favoritist cunts like Cuckoneer and his bitches.

Insert triggered meme

The cycle goes and goes

Here is the Comments from Inkbunny Journal-Entries

1) I literally just closed the tab myself from reading that discussion….Mostly because someone was saying that people can use cub porn images to convince real life kids what they’re doing to them is okay, I’m so done with reading it I swear

Also, just pointing out, Neer didn’t get rid of cub because of people whining, he got rid of it because of legal reasons, Neer likes cub as well, or liked if it comes to that case.

Author Comments: Ohh I saw that one and it cracked me up. I know about the Pay donator thing was what caused it. But anyways that’s pretty much what he does, listens the popufurs because wew they made the site earn money remember the bitch of his exwife only used him to be admin and then left him for another one who earns more money for being part of the bronycon staff.

2) She is right. FA is based in the United States. FA faced being shut down and losing all its advertising sources at the time if they did not adhere to the law of no cub art which under US law classifies it as child porn even if its not of rl children. We almost lost pokemon art to this rule as well because its a kid show. Thankfully they wised up on that decision. I see FN bowing down to these people. Because I believe FN is based in the US as well. I am not 100% certain though.

3) you know that 2D loli and shota , so also cub is just fine under US law ? :O

4) I was unaware of this. But I also have those keywords blacklisted here on IB. A feature many should use instead of bitching about whats on the site. Shota and Loli is not my thing despite liking cub art. Maybe should make polls to remove stuff that disgusts me. Oh wait, I’m not a jackass like those people are x3

5) That article cites the CPPA being struck down in 2002. Since that time another act (2003 PROTECT) has rewritten the laws. the 1995 and 2002 rulings are not clear precedent anymore.
Since that time there are at least 4 documented cases with people receiving sentences.

However, I would say that its a little more uncertain on further reading but there’s definitely some danger of any one collection being illegal. Cubs and nonhumans might be further away but I don’t see any tests on that ground.

6) your cases of people have actual child porn

but we are talking about cartoons lol

7) Some of them just have cartoons; did you even read the instances?

Though it doesn’t fully matter if they did or did not have CP. As long as they got convicted for the cartoons under a separate charge it still counts as precedent. Read the “2012 Missouri case” and the “2008 Iowa case”

8) What are you up to? owo I read your cases and these people have actual child porn and that is the reason, why they received sentence. Don’t irritate me. Cub porn is perfectly fine in the US.

9) U.S. Law source please?

10) maybe you want to search it yourself I’m not from amerika

11) have. I keep getting redirected to the COPPA laws x3.

SJW give me this face:

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Inkbunny Journal Entry What Happened to the Furry Fandom?

28 Feb

There is an Inkbunny Journal-Entry called What Happened to the Furry Fandom?

Here is the Text from Inkbunny Journal-Entry: I wanna share some thoughts with you guys. Please take some time to read this. A lot of it is based on my own personal experiences and from some of my friends as well:

I’ve been a furry for about 14 years. Basically I just wanted to find a group of people who liked cartoons as much as I did. I loved talking with others at conventions, learning about art, and being creative. I’ve seen it all from the good times and the bad. I’ve made a lot of good friends here and has had a huge impact on my life. But lately things have changed; sadly not for the better. So I gotta ask…

…What happened to the Fandom?

– We went from being open and accepting to too exclusive. We used to celebrate our differences; now we just let anything divide us.

– We’ve become too cliquey. Many furs only hang out in certain and become far less social; not wanting to talk to anyone who isn’t exactly like them.

– We put too much emphasis on negativity and drama.

– We made owning a fursuit a priority instead of an option. Now don’t get me wrong. Fursuiters are great and all; but they tend to get a little too much attention. Those who don’t have a fursuit or any furry apparel feel left out. They’ve come to believe that owning a fursuit is the only way to get attention.

– We focus more on the character than the person behind it.

– We don’t respect anyone’s opinions anymore.

What happened to this great community I once knew? Whatever happened to the days were we would just get together and have fun? Has things gotten so bad that there’s no way back?

I don’t believe so. I love this fandom too much to watch it get dragged down. I love this fandom; even during the times when it didn’t love me back. That’s why I’m still here.

We need to be better in order to improve. We have to set a better example for ourselves; especially for those younger furs coming into the group. Obviously change won’t happen overnight. It takes effort to make things happen; if you’re willing to do so. We can’t just sit idly by and watch the fandom crumble and fall.

There’s a lot to unpack here. I’ll probably bring them up another time; but for now…what do you guys think?

Here are the Comments on this Journal-Entry:

1) It’s difficult to escape drama and negativity, these days. This fandom, along with a lot of other things, have been taking much of the brunt of it. We just need to be optimistic, and keep our heads up.

2) I think that a lot of people have joined the fandom from online.They are highly focused on fursuits because that is what stands out on videos about furry conventions.As far as divisions in the fandom well as it grows bigger,it becomes harder for larger groups of people to stay homogeneous and smaller factions and cliques form.Also civil discourse when it comes to politics are race and several other things have become more divisive and toxic over the past decade and the fandom is jus a smaller reflection of everybody.Other fandoms have had some similar problems

3) All of this.you summed it up perfectly.its sad to see really

When you get Furries/People Against Cubs

In The Furry Fandom, there is something called Cub Porn. The Top Definition of this. Is that Cub Porn: a version of furry porn or ‘yiff’ in which one or more of the characters is under aged, often 8 years old or under. basically its a legal version of child pornography where the characters are anthropomorphic animals or ‘furries.’

A number of Websites have Banned the Cubs ever that are two eyeing facts about them:

A) Cubs are not humans. When a furry artist draws furry art, his intention isn’t to draw a human. His intention is to draw a cartoon animal. Such animals can be anthropomorphised, but that only makes them more distant from reality. It’s also worth noting that they are fantasy creatures and, as such, there’s no sexualization of any minor: claiming that cub is a “child sexualization” issue makes no sense whatsoever, because there are no children, nor real (it’s a drawing), nor fantastic (the drawing doesn’t depict a human).

B) It doesn’t reduce child sexual abuse nor helps the problem of child pornography. According to Diamond et al, 2011, and Diamond & Uchiyama, 1999, the easy availability of pornography reduces the incidence of sex crime. A person who has more opportunities to achieve sexual gratification will need less sex. In Japan, child pornography was allowed for a long while, same in Czech Republic, and the authors noticed that the availability of child pornography was correlated with a decreased of hands-on child sex abuse. While that doesn’t warrant that child pornography should be made legal, a person who uses cub porn as a surrogate for child pornography could very well be unwilling to offend the law and only views cub porn because it’s their way to have legal sexual gratification. If you take that away from them, you are reducing the number of available options, making child sexual abuse and the consumption of child pornography look more appealing. That explains the low rates of child sexual abuse in Japan, compared to United States and United Kingdom. Aware of that fact, there are scientists studying the possibility of “prescribing” virtual reality child pornography to non-offending pedophiles. Thus, the ban on cub aggravates, even if slightly, the problem of child sexual abuse.

No Furries and People think the way of Promoting Sexual Harassment and can lead to harming children, Cub Porn Art is Promoting Child molesting. I think it’s more like this. It’s Art It’s Furry It’s not Real. It truly does not help Furries and People have this Mindset over Cub Porn.

I fully agree with this Person and he gives me this reaction:

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Twitter/Tumblr is Bad Place for Artists

27 Feb

I was inspired by Someone Inkbunny Submission called Fuck Tumblr and Fuck Twitter by Rathfoks. Here are all of the Info from the Post and the Comments. That makes Twitter and Tumblr Bad Place for Artists. Here are all of the Info from the Post and the Comments. That makes Twitter and Tumblr Bad Place for Artists. \

Twitter and Tumblr are both common places for furry artists to upload these days. They are both filled with toxic, hateful, mindless twats, prone to forming mobs and slinging their shitty opinions at anything they deem to be the daily boogeyman.

Don’t delete your gallery because of the shitty, awful people on these sites.

Don’t think that you have to bow down to their will because they know how to lace their words with venom.

Don’t subject yourself to the conditioned, SJW tier witch-hunts of either of these awful places.

Do the smart thing: Do not use either of these cesspools as a means to upload your work. Use one or more of the various sites made by furries, for furries, moderated by furries.

The community is at eachothers throats because of the mindset social media sites like this breed, and its time to break away from it.

Here are the Comments and Author Replies

1) I get you, twitter is a pretty toxic site, im thinking in stopping using my main account there.

Im also pretty tiired of people trying to dictate what i should say or do for stupid reasons so yeah, fuck it.

Author Comments: Break away from the toxicity

Exist happily without judgement ;0

2) that’s why I prefer following people who only upload art, no dramas

Author Comments: Which is fine!

Unfortunately, the artists put themselves on display for all of the wonderful people that frequent these sites to bully, threaten, and harass, which is where the drama spawns from ;<

3) I wish staff of these sites takes witchhunting more seriously :<, that thing is very sick

Author Comments: I don’t see it happening sadly ;<

4) Ain’t gonna happen. They’re super-corporations that won’t want to pay anybody to actually manage the site – they want to put as little investment in as possible and watch it poop out golden eggs.

5) Although I already gave my two cents on this on one of your previous posts, I can’t stand people who target those who just want to express themselves freely. I’ve since kept to Telegram as far as social media is concerned. I never post on Facebook anymore and I can’t remember the last time I was on Tumblr or Twitter. Be that as it may I am going to upload a few of my cub writings as a middle finger to all who oppose free expression.

Author Comments: I wouldn’t even bother on either of those sites. The best thing the community can do is just disassociate from them.

6) They’re anti-First Amendment, so I’m anti-Twitter.

6B) The 1st Amendment (“Congress shall make no law […] abridging the freedom of speech […]”) has nothing to do with Twitter, as it is neither a federal nor state legislative authority. Besides, most of its users aren’t in the US to begin with and would have some other free speech-based right.

Twitter is definitely a piece of shit that practices selective censorship generally favoring right-leaning tyranny, though.

7) My account got nuked.. sucks, I had so many followers

Author Comments: Watching tumblr from a distance is watching a community believe that one of its founding pillars is acceptance and tolerance of things that are different while they actively hunt and destroy anything that remotely trails away from their impression of normal ;0

Its PETA levels of crazy, and I hope this recent shitshow gives the furry community the shove it needs to break away from social media sites

7B) More importantly I hope it breaks the social media sites userbases completely and causes the sites to go belly up entirely

8) “I don’t care about twitter and tumbler censorship because I am not a conservative.”

*After ban*”WTFFFFFFFFFFFFAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANEVER TWITTER NEVER TUMBLER”

If a site starts censoring stuff out of “social construct” or something like that, you can expect it to hit you too.

Twitter and Tumblr are two Websites I found out being Artists can basically be like this:

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My original ideas were to share the Inkbunny Picture, info comments but then to myself. I don’t know if the Artist would be ok with me using the Picture. Who knows anyway. This was a better idea in the long run.

 

 

 

 

 

Petition Allow NSFW cub art on Discord

27 Feb

I found a Petition I’m supporting. It’s called Allow NSFW Cub Art on Discord.

Discord

This petition aims to show Discord the number of users that are unsatisfied with the recent ban on cub porn. While we agree that it might not be enough to change their minds, we still would like to show how many we are and hopefully the petition would serve that purpose, if not to make Discord’s staff reconsider.

1) Cubs are not humans. When a furry artist draws furry art, his intention isn’t to draw a human. His intention is to draw a cartoon animal. Such animals can be anthropomorphised, but that only makes them more distant from reality. It’s also worth noting that they are fantasy creatures and, as such, there’s no sexualization of any minor: claiming that cub is a “child sexualization” issue makes no sense whatsoever, because there are no children, nor real (it’s a drawing), nor fantastic (the drawing doesn’t depict a human).

2) It doesn’t reduce child sexual abuse nor helps the problem of child pornography. According to Diamond et al, 2011, and Diamond & Uchiyama, 1999, the easy availability of pornography reduces the incidence of sex crime. A person who has more opportunities to achieve sexual gratification will need less sex. In Japan, child pornography was allowed for a long while, same in Czech Republic, and the authors noticed that the availability of child pornography was correlated with a decreased of hands-on child sex abuse. While that doesn’t warrant that child pornography should be made legal, a person who uses cub porn as a surrogate for child pornography could very well be unwilling to offend the law and only views cub porn because it’s their way to have legal sexual gratification. If you take that away from them, you are reducing the number of available options, making child sexual abuse and the consumption of child pornography look more appealing. That explains the low rates of child sexual abuse in Japan, compared to United States and United Kingdom. Aware of that fact, there are scientists studying the possibility of “prescribing” virtual reality child pornography to non-offending pedophiles. Thus, the ban on cub aggravates, even if slightly, the problem of child sexual abuse.

3) The ban was made on the grounds of disgust, not child welfare. The point is that cub offends decency. When child pornography was made illegal, it was made só because of the possibility of real child exploitation in the making of the work. But it set a new decency standard. After a while, it was questioned if lolicon and shotacon shouldn’t be banned as well. Turning lolicon and shotacon into taboos set a dark precedent: a work of art can be censored on the grounds of how it resembles something eles, rather than on the grounds of actual harm inflicted to anyone. The cub ban operated just like that too. This is a sign of a slippery slope, in which decency could, potentially, impose further constraints on artistic freedom: ambiguously-aged characters could be next, because they resemble cub; poképorn/digiporn could be next, because one can’t pinpoint the equivalence of a pokémon’s age in human years; furry porn could be next, because the style of some artists make the age unclear; cartoon pornography could be next, because of style as well; it could then end with written erotica.

So, because the ban was:

1) Unfair;

2) Harmful;

3) Debased,

We would like to see cub porn being reallowed. Here is my Reaction to Discord:

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Here is a link to the Petition: https://www.change.org/p/inkbunny-allow-nsfw-cub-art-on-discord

 

Quick Thought…..

27 Feb

I’m very happy you enjoyed it. I do have other articles promotions the ideas of Free Speech and Freedom of Expression on my WordPress Account. This always confused me about Furry Fandom.

Bunnyism

So my last article I brought up the point of loli and shota and kind of left out the whole cub issue. Now cub art has alway been a hot topic in the furry fandom. Instead of writing an article on it though, I would rather share from someone who makes great points on the issue so make sure to check them out. Link at the bottom.

Also I am still working on my article on my views on family, should be done by end of week.

https://jonglass111.wordpress.com/2019/02/26/furries-people-against-cubs/

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Do You Really Support Free Speech?

27 Feb

Bunnyism

So as the question asks, do you really support free speech. One of the best ways to know if someone truly supports free speech is to see if they are willing to stand up for the most controversial levels of free speech.

The UN wants to BAN Shota and Loli porn. For those of you who don’t know what Shota or Loli is, it’s anime of young children, sometime sexual in nature, and according to the UN, It’s a human rights violation. If you don’t believe me read what is be proposed.

TOOCUTE“Child pornography is defined in article 2 OPSC as ‘any representation of a child engaged in real or simulated explicit sexual activities, regardless of the means used, or any representation of the sexual parts of a child for primarily sexual purposes’. The qualification ‘by whatever means’ reflects the broad range of material available in a variety of media…

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Furries/People Against Cubs

26 Feb

In The Furry Fandom, there is something called Cub Porn. The Top Definition of this. Is that Cub Porn: a version of furry porn or ‘yiff’ in which one or more of the characters is under aged, often 8 years old or under. basically its a legal version of child pornography where the characters are anthropomorphic animals or ‘furries.’

A number of Websites have Banned the Cubs ever that are two eyeing facts about them:

A) Cubs are not humans. When a furry artist draws furry art, his intention isn’t to draw a human. His intention is to draw a cartoon animal. Such animals can be anthropomorphised, but that only makes them more distant from reality. It’s also worth noting that they are fantasy creatures and, as such, there’s no sexualization of any minor: claiming that cub is a “child sexualization” issue makes no sense whatsoever, because there are no children, nor real (it’s a drawing), nor fantastic (the drawing doesn’t depict a human).

B) It doesn’t reduce child sexual abuse nor helps the problem of child pornography. According to Diamond et al, 2011, and Diamond & Uchiyama, 1999, the easy availability of pornography reduces the incidence of sex crime. A person who has more opportunities to achieve sexual gratification will need less sex. In Japan, child pornography was allowed for a long while, same in Czech Republic, and the authors noticed that the availability of child pornography was correlated with a decreased of hands-on child sex abuse. While that doesn’t warrant that child pornography should be made legal, a person who uses cub porn as a surrogate for child pornography could very well be unwilling to offend the law and only views cub porn because it’s their way to have legal sexual gratification. If you take that away from them, you are reducing the number of available options, making child sexual abuse and the consumption of child pornography look more appealing. That explains the low rates of child sexual abuse in Japan, compared to United States and United Kingdom. Aware of that fact, there are scientists studying the possibility of “prescribing” virtual reality child pornography to non-offending pedophiles. Thus, the ban on cub aggravates, even if slightly, the problem of child sexual abuse.

No Furries and People think the way of Promoting Sexual Harassment and can lead to harming children, Cub Porn Art is Promoting Child molesting. Gives me this face:

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I think it’s more like this. It’s Art It’s Furry It’s not Real.

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