Понасмотрятся своих аниме в кинотеатрах, а потом пистолеты на улице находят: https://lenta.ru/news/2019/11/19/teens/
"По данным следствия, ученики 8 класса одной из школ Санкт-Петербурга решили совершить разбойное нападение. Они разработали план преступления и нашли самодельный самозарядный пистолет."
"По данным издания, задержанные школьники были поклонниками аниме с эротическим уклоном."
Очередная победа китайского феминизма: https://www.oneangrygamer.net/2019/02/reddit-bans-adult-loli-subs-new-game-anime-sub-for-featuring-suggestive-content-involving-minors/76652/
"Reddit Bans Loli Subs, New Game! Anime Sub For Featuring ‘Suggestive Content Involving Minors’
Back on December 14th, 2018 Reddit banned the sub-reddit community Lolicons Unite for containing “sexually suggestive content of minors”. Well, several more communities themed around loli characters and animes have been banned, some of which contained lewd content and others that didn’t.
According to Kotaku In Action, this comes from a new rule that Reddit is enforcing to ban certain sub-reddits. Hence, Reddit administrators have continued the crackdown on the lolicon communities after enforcing the policy about prohibiting sexual or suggestive content featuring fictional minors, which is available on the Reddit Help page, where it states…
Some people have claimed that this is a crackdown on loli content to comply with FOSTA/SESTA, but that relates to communications oriented around sex-related solicitation and not fictional material. A few people suggested that Reddit, like Valve, is simply cracking down on potentially illegal material. For Reddit’s case that could be a possibility, but in Valve’s case they still host fictional pornographic material featuring underage characters.
Some have shopped around the theory that this is in lieu of Tencent looking to purchase more stake in Reddit, as reported by The Motley Fool.
There’s a running theory that since China has very strict censorship laws, Reddit is slowly starting to clean up some of its NSFW content, including lolicon communities. This theory was put forward over on the Visual Novels sub-reddit by Bonesy from Top Hat Studios."