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I know this will sound weird, but thank you for being a human being! I'm sick of idiots lying, contradicting themselves, changing their entire arguments in one message, and denying the previous ones existed, denying reality, etc, etc, etc, so reading you is a really pleasant breeze of fresh air. Please, don't ever stop being a human being, you are too few to risk the chance of losing one xD

And yeah, probably not a human being, in my case, but that's how I rank myself +/-. The most important things I consider, I guess, are how much I want to see the next episode, and how much I'm invested in the story. And I say consider, not because I objectively start trying to decide where to put it, but I believe that they haev a lot of weight on the internal equation (or there's no reason for me to give a 10/10 to One Piece). And every once in a while, when I feel to, a little fine-tuning, comparing a series to those that landed next to it, and playing with the scores.

Basically, as I said a few days ago, its MY anime list for a reason
Hah, well thanks. If I aim to be one thing it's consistent even if my point of view may be controversial at times. Sure, I might be proven wrong and apologize, but I won't backpedal. That's not how the world works, you can't pretend you never said something or that you ment something else to make you look better.

Mmhm, that is how to properly use the site. Every person has their own opinion on shows. There will also always be people who stan a show to downvote anything threatening their "rightful spot" so this system also will never reflect the truth.

I still go back to my previous comment: "Give MAL a critic score" while leaving the audience score alone. In anime there is an Interspecies reviewer, why not an Ecchi reviewer, comedy reviewer, ect. Just choose people who like a chosen genre and have them review what's there. In that case you will have a general idea of what fans and just a random person who likes the genre of the anime thinks of it. Even this system won't promise people agree on it, but heck, if they wanna be the rotten tomatoes of anime, be the rotten tomatoes of anime, go all out.
 
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How would they verify actual critics though. Should it be like Users with written reviews that some people find helpful.
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How would they verify actual critics though. Should it be like Users with written reviews that some people find helpful.

Paid reviewers please, I'll volunteer to be the first one lol
 
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GoodZoom said:
How would they verify actual critics though. Should it be like Users with written reviews that some people find helpful.

Paid reviewers please, I'll volunteer to be the first one lol

What kind of reviewer would you be?
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GoodZoom said:
CondemneDio said:

Paid reviewers please, I'll volunteer to be the first one lol

What kind of reviewer would you be?

Didn't think that far to be honest. I'm a cynical pessimist, so my reviews would be super negative most of the time probably.
 
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Don't look that, it's full of misinformation!

The whole tone of the video is meant to add weight in the one side of the scales. A few examples
* Fake references to sex intended to make people feel a little sorry about the company, sprinkled here and there. (even claiming there's sexual content (sic) in One Piece)
* Hiding the fact that they are not just FUNimation, but Sony, with everything that entails, so that the viewer doesn't thing of it as the faceless conglomerate it is. (AnimeLab is owned by FUNimation, FUNi and PS are owned by Sony)
* Suggesting that Sony could lose 50+% of its market due to this series, with Google, Microsoft, and even Sony itself dropping their app, comparing Sony, a giant, to a regular app developer. As if Google or Microsoft (or Sony itself, according to the video) would ever get at odds with Sony over one anime... Worst case scenario, they would meet and talk it over until reaching a common ground, yet the only possibility presented by the video is "Poor FUNi, they are gonna get their app dropped" which is just a lie.
* Hiding the fact that hey have not actually dropped the series, just limited to a portion of the world through a subsidiary. They didn't say "Hey, no, we're done with this, here's your license, is too lewd for us" but kept it, just refusing to release it in a determined part of the world. As I said, AnimeLab IS FUnimation, acquired through Sony Music's Aniplex a year ago.
* And finally presenting as ridiculous the comparison with 4Kids, when it's actually pretty accurate

The whole video hides facts, presents a few lies, and it's tendentious. An entire piece of misinforming crap.

Oh, you're one of those people who seems to think Funi and Sony are out to get you. Okay buddy old buddy old pal I'll leave you there in your conspiracy corner.

Other anime have sexual content, they just don't happen to be genitalia flashing porn. Including other ecchi. Coming from someone who absolutely loathese ecchi I can still say, with all the trash I've dropped, that most ecchi does not push the envelope as far as this one did. Because most ecchi shys away from actual sexuality or showing the act and shoves tits in your face and demands you either laugh at them or fap to them. I'd argue it's not much better to shove outright sex in your face either, because it's something you can easily find in porn. The problem is that if there's literally a point where ecchi becomes porn, then what's to stop that oversexualized content from leaking out into other anime? I don't think anime about sex should be as fetishized as this one is, which unfortunately is the case for most anime that either have ecchi content that doesn't even show sex, it's crass and stupid and lowbrow, and this is no different, it just involves actual penetration for the audiences extra fapping pleasure.

If there were an anime produced that were actually about sex and sexuality that handled the act maturely then perhaps just perhaaaaaps I would start to take the industry seriously, but this is not what I would call a mature series, pornographic doesn't equal mature, and people trying to use it's not porn it's art as an excuse when people have more often first found this show on pornhub? Sure Jan.

Also of course you're not mentioning that Japanese network Tokyo MX dropped it from airing because that would defeat your purpose of portraying the western side as the epitome of prudish censorship when even the Japanese centralized it to their pay per view channel ATX only after seeing how adult the show got. Of course they didn't want to broadcast a show they'd have to so heavily censor on their fucking mainstream channel, even if late at night. The amount of time taken to have to censor the scenes with genitalia and sex to make them broadcast friendly isn't worth it.

Frankly I'm not so fond of hentai levels of sexuality being paraded around out in the open. Or at least it always seems to pander to men and to an uncomfortable degree it always feels impersonal and never romanticized. Do I want it venturing into my mainstream anime? Of course not. Could this pave the way for worse degeneracy down the line? Yes. Because if this becomes the standard for ecchi, shitty as a genre as it is and as many women hate it, it could trickle down the line. It's honestly a bad show conceptually to introduce because it's so inherently pornographic and yeah, call me a prude, but at least most ecchi, as tasteless as they are, never have the audacity to show pussy penetration and sex toys on screen. If it makes me a prude to feel like sexuality in anime is often geared only towards one demographic and portrayed in a way that brings about the phenomenon called cumbrain where people start to associate everything with sex when it's been too sexualized, then yeah, I'll be a prude. Lots of things in anime are sexualized but there's a difference between subtle sexualization and outright pornography. And some things… I don't know… ya jus don't show on your networks sweetie. Can't blame anyone for dropping it. And frankly most of the blame lies on the studio (Passione I think) for adding extraneous sex scenes for nothing. They were the ones who distributed this to the networks and licensors with likely no forewarning of what the episodes were going to entail before they aired and subbed them. It was really starting to push the envelope early on but obviously if there's a fuckin' scene with a dildo and actual penetration… well… they say this isn't a hentai, but it fucking sounds like one.

I'll let you all know when I get to produce my own gross anime relating to my private fetishes to their fullest and most explicit extent, then show you an advanced screening. In this case the first episodes going to be the one that likely would get the penetration out of the way. The MC would also be someone you couldn't project upon and there would be actual romanticism or acts that would make people uncomfortable. But wait, I would never do such a thing because I have the restraint. If the hormones of the dudes in the anime are really so out of control that ecchis crosses the threshold into outright porn then I seriously do not want to see what's next. If there's not some kind of distinguishing factor between public and private sexuality then that's how cumbrain comes about, and that's often something that brings about other social behavior. Basically if you can't stop sexualizing something because you're constantly exposed to sexualization in the form of something that's pornographic that's claiming not to be, then you can find a way to claim that it's totally fine for you to parade more extreme fetishes out in the open to the point where it's considered antisocial behavior. It's not good for society. Like oh god I sound like a conservitard but I was never a huge fan of people parading around their fetishes and god they should keep it behind closed doors and not intersect it with media to the point where it's not even artful porn with a "story", it's fetishized porn with no plot.

You clearly haven't seen it, and are going off second hand information.
I get it, you hate ecchi, to each their own, why don't you go your way and people who enjoy Ishuzoku for more then just the ecchi, which apparently it "has none of", will go our own way.
(Oh, and given this is the Ishuzoku forum, I will likely be sticking around)
 
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GoodZoom said:
How would they verify actual critics though. Should it be like Users with written reviews that some people find helpful.

There is two routes you could gather anime critics: I am 100% sure there are people that could be hired for the job. Alternatively they can go the route they do with their mods: Find volunteers that would be willing to take their time to review anime of their chosen genre. Part of their selection process could be a questioner pretty much asking their taste in anime and their preferred genre/ what they like in it.

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Paid reviewers please, I'll volunteer to be the first one lol
Hah, I am with you. It would be cool to be a paid reviewer. Even if not it would be kinda fun to be one reviewing without payment.

As for what I would enjoy reviewing most, I don't know. I've liked stuff in action/ adventure/ horror/ comedy/ romance/ ecchi/ ect.

Overall, my reviews would focus on emotion, fun, and investment, as I usually review anime, but if I was a critic I'd type up a response as to why I put the score I did as well instead of it being a number that does not mean much without context.
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I think MAL has shown their true colors. This kind of thing happens all the time to shows that are not controversial and they don’t get slapped down. Now the rules will be different and honest people will probably have to jump through hoops to leave an honest opinion. The system wasn’t broke and it didn’t need to be fixed (in my opinion).
 
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I think MAL has shown their true colors. This kind of thing happens all the time to shows that are not controversial and they don’t get slapped down. Now the rules will be different and honest people will probably have to jump through hoops to leave an honest opinion. The system wasn’t broke and it didn’t need to be fixed (in my opinion).

No this kind of thing doesn't happen all the time. This is the first time a YouTuber has commanded his followers to rate an anime on a specific website 10/10 for "flex"

I respect your opinion but please shut up

 
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DomineLkira said:
RebuffedFatkid said:
I think MAL has shown their true colors. This kind of thing happens all the time to shows that are not controversial and they don’t get slapped down. Now the rules will be different and honest people will probably have to jump through hoops to leave an honest opinion. The system wasn’t broke and it didn’t need to be fixed (in my opinion).

No this kind of thing doesn't happen all the time. This is the first time a YouTuber has commanded his followers to rate an anime on a specific website 10/10 for "flex"
You are right but only to an extent.

A youtuber has not lead a vote brigade before Interspecies (to my knowledge.) However, real viewers intentionally manipulate scores all the time. Think about times such as when Attack on Titan passed FMA for a bit and the FMA fans downvoted it to keep FMA in it's spot. MyAnimeList should know this has always been an issue.
 
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Hei is a grifting crackpot who's harassed, targeted, and stalked various VA's on Twitter. He doesn't have an ounce of credibility and he does whatever will garner him the most views. I don't think most anitubers have integrity but he is among the worst to be talking about this.

If I had to pick the one video about the situation I thought was the least annoying, it'd have to be this one.


Don't look that, it's full of misinformation!

The whole tone of the video is meant to add weight in the one side of the scales. A few examples
* Fake references to sex intended to make people feel a little sorry about the company, sprinkled here and there. (even claiming there's sexual content (sic) in One Piece)
* Hiding the fact that they are not just FUNimation, but Sony, with everything that entails, so that the viewer doesn't thing of it as the faceless conglomerate it is. (AnimeLab is owned by FUNimation, FUNi and PS are owned by Sony)
* Suggesting that Sony could lose 50+% of its market due to this series, with Google, Microsoft, and even Sony itself dropping their app, comparing Sony, a giant, to a regular app developer. As if Google or Microsoft (or Sony itself, according to the video) would ever get at odds with Sony over one anime... Worst case scenario, they would meet and talk it over until reaching a common ground, yet the only possibility presented by the video is "Poor FUNi, they are gonna get their app dropped" which is just a lie.
* Hiding the fact that hey have not actually dropped the series, just limited to a portion of the world through a subsidiary. They didn't say "Hey, no, we're done with this, here's your license, is too lewd for us" but kept it, just refusing to release it in a determined part of the world. As I said, AnimeLab IS FUnimation, acquired through Sony Music's Aniplex a year ago.
* And finally presenting as ridiculous the comparison with 4Kids, when it's actually pretty accurate

The whole video hides facts, presents a few lies, and it's tendentious. An entire piece of misinforming crap.


Sony's been getting a steady stream of hate from Japanese developers and others for forcing them to censor their projects. It's one of their polices now, due to american societal developments. AKA the #metoo movement.

 
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ChaoticHaru said:
DomineLkira said:

No this kind of thing doesn't happen all the time. This is the first time a YouTuber has commanded his followers to rate an anime on a specific website 10/10 for "flex"
You are right but only to an extent.

A youtuber has not lead a vote brigade before Interspecies (to my knowledge.) However, real viewers intentionally manipulate scores all the time. Think about times such as when Attack on Titan passed FMA for a bit and the FMA fans downvoted it to keep FMA in it's spot. MyAnimeList should know this has always been an issue.

Yeah , I know that and I bet the mods also know that (the extent of that issue was the reason the thread regarding the illegitimate account was closed inthe first place)
Just wanted to point out that this EXACT situation has never happened with MAL.

I respect your opinion but please shut up

 
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Don't look that, it's full of misinformation!

The whole tone of the video is meant to add weight in the one side of the scales. A few examples
* Fake references to sex intended to make people feel a little sorry about the company, sprinkled here and there. (even claiming there's sexual content (sic) in One Piece)
* Hiding the fact that they are not just FUNimation, but Sony, with everything that entails, so that the viewer doesn't thing of it as the faceless conglomerate it is. (AnimeLab is owned by FUNimation, FUNi and PS are owned by Sony)
* Suggesting that Sony could lose 50+% of its market due to this series, with Google, Microsoft, and even Sony itself dropping their app, comparing Sony, a giant, to a regular app developer. As if Google or Microsoft (or Sony itself, according to the video) would ever get at odds with Sony over one anime... Worst case scenario, they would meet and talk it over until reaching a common ground, yet the only possibility presented by the video is "Poor FUNi, they are gonna get their app dropped" which is just a lie.
* Hiding the fact that hey have not actually dropped the series, just limited to a portion of the world through a subsidiary. They didn't say "Hey, no, we're done with this, here's your license, is too lewd for us" but kept it, just refusing to release it in a determined part of the world. As I said, AnimeLab IS FUnimation, acquired through Sony Music's Aniplex a year ago.
* And finally presenting as ridiculous the comparison with 4Kids, when it's actually pretty accurate

The whole video hides facts, presents a few lies, and it's tendentious. An entire piece of misinforming crap.


Sony's been getting a steady stream of hate from Japanese developers and others for forcing them to censor their projects. It's one of their polices now, due to american societal developments. AKA the #metoo movement.


Twitter hashtags about sexual assault within the media industry are completely unrelated to some video game or media company doing something you don't like.

Tick tock false equivalency it's not a conspiracy.

Sony and Funi aren't even the same mishmash of an entity, one may own the other but ultimately more Funi staff make the decision to do what they need to do for Funi. Not everything is a scheme being run by a mass megacorporation. Yes Sony is a big corporation, but Sony and Funi likely have separate staffers with different oversights.

It is without a doubt that beyond the absurdity of implying that Sony's entire staff is somehow composed of people who all demand censorship that the responsibilities and decisions somehow trickle down the entire way. They don't. Each division of each company owned by each conglomerate isn't overseen by the same group of staffers and the staffers aren't all going to have the same opinions.

And yanking things that have been considered too pornographic or controversial has been present in American media since long before liberalism was a more dominant culture, and American's originally "prude" attitude was derived from the ages of conservative leadership, not liberal. And most corporate execs and higher ups no matter what division they're a part of are going to regardless of their political beliefs pull something that won't make the company money.

The "vidya game censorship" bit I've examined before and is something people severely blow out of proportion and has been debunked so many times that I could honestly stab my ear holes out if I have to hear about it one more fucking time.

It's non equivalent: Sony's gaming division doesn't give a fuck about Funimation, guaranteed, and Funimation's staffers don't give a fuck about Sony gaming. Being under the same very large parent company doesn't mean they're mingling and exchanging ideas on the regular when the company is so vast that it's more than likely they've never even spoken, get a grip.

Conservative or liberal there's just some things that are degenerate enough that companies would rather not have to deal with the backlash of publishing them. If the loss is greater than the money they'll make then they'll drop it. It's business, with a side of values, but mostly business. If it's not profitable then it's not worth them keeping. Whether that's cold and tactile and appeals to ecchi fan fee fees or not doesn't really matter, Funi could get their asses fried even worse if they come under fire or even get sued by an evangelist parents group or something whose kid stumbled across the show, so they'd rather not take the risk. If you look into the findings of the company you'll see that funimation also was started by people who were very Christian so it's not like every single person is a "Hollywood liberal" who demands "censorship" that you people claim they do. Funimation notoriously was founded by a guy who was associated with Rick Santorums crazy Christian film company.

And again nobody fucking notes that the Japanese network also dropped the show and ported it over to their Japanese adult only channel because they were having to do too much censoring. If even the Japanese saw the profit as a loss to the point where the show was too scandalous to broadcast on regular television and ported it to PPV then it's not just funimation who is the problem, and heck, if Sony is so "evil" then why did the Australian equivalent keep broadcasting the show despite being under Funi's parent company? Because these people all have different leadership, and it's at the discretion of the company- not the parent company, but the company itself, to stop airing it.

If you all are so desperate either VPN your way through to AnimeLab or watch it on a pirate site. I pirate nearly everything animated because I'm paying other subscriptions that are worth more to me. If you don't support the anime industry in the first place or pay for it then you have no right to be mad at it. Voila, a solution, everyone saves money. Is every decision funimation has made perfect? No. Is every decision Sony has made perfect? No. Are these companies going to have missteps? Of course they are. Does that mean we should demonize them for the rest of time instead of seeing the perspective of the situation from a dimension of something that isn't outrage?

Funi has its own leadership. Sony's various divisions have their own leadership. AnimeLab as a child company of these two has its own leadership. Take into consideration that each thing really has its own leadership. And sometimes things don't work out. There are probably many projects that get dropped before they even commit to screen or licenses that get severed. Are people gonna be outraged about that?

It's business. Business that drives things. Not The Evil Liberals you think are running every single business. If anything most people, the further up the totem you get, are capitalistic conservatives whose main drive is money. Money. Moooney makes the world go round.
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unamerican said:
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Sony's been getting a steady stream of hate from Japanese developers and others for forcing them to censor their projects. It's one of their polices now, due to american societal developments. AKA the #metoo movement.


Twitter hashtags about sexual assault within the media industry are completely unrelated to some video game or media company doing something you don't like.

Tick tock false equivalency it's not a conspiracy.


Not according to Sony themselves and the Wall Street Journal.

https://www.businessinsider.com/sony-metoo-censorship-playstation-games-2019-4

And here's a response from a Japanese developer in regards to the new polices.

https://nichegamer.com/2018/10/27/new-sony-censorship-policy-is-forcing-even-japanese-developers-to-censor-themselves-in-japan/
 
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JunkYardHiro said:
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Twitter hashtags about sexual assault within the media industry are completely unrelated to some video game or media company doing something you don't like.

Tick tock false equivalency it's not a conspiracy.


Not according to Sony themselves and the Wall Street Journal.

https://www.businessinsider.com/sony-metoo-censorship-playstation-games-2019-4

And here's a response from a Japanese developer in regards to the new polices.

https://nichegamer.com/2018/10/27/new-sony-censorship-policy-is-forcing-even-japanese-developers-to-censor-themselves-in-japan/

Funimation and Sony gaming are, as aforementioned, still not the same division despite being under the same parent company, not even close. They do not have an influence on another's decisions.

There is no trickle down of leadership from Sony Gaming to Funi. There's no hierarchy when Sony, which is a vast conglomerate of all of Sony's parent and child companies, consists of so many divisions that it's very doubtful that anime and video games are going hand in hand especially when funimation, before the Sony acquisition, had its own staff. Likewise AnimeLab, owned by both funimation and Sony, did not cancel the broadcast of IR. Tokyo MX did not its broadcast in Japan because of Americans. They cancelled on their own merit. it's ridiculous to assume that each of these are somehow involved in a mass conspiracy to take away anime lewdness from you. When they are under different leadership.

If you understood anything about media it's that money drives it. If they look to lose more than they'll gain, shit gets dropped. It happens with films, television shows, and so on all the time. Some things get cancelled mid season, mid airing. It only happens to be when it's an anime where someone showed a pussy that someone bats an eyelash. If it were a mundane anime that didn't draw that kind of controversy there wouldn't be backlash.

Point is if it's too porny people aren't going to want to license it and I'm surprised the AUS service kept saying they were going to air it.

If y'all hate the anime industry so much then just pirate and watch illegally instead of pouring copious amounts of money into licensors pockets. I never did it so how can I feel either happy or guilty? If you don't "support" them yourself or never did then where's your right to complain either? I ain't complaining, I'm just laughing at the fact that people are so offended by a perfectly sensible decision that happens in normie television and film all the time.

Things get cancelled. Big whoop. If they're still airing elsewhere then just find ways to pirate. Stop trying to say it's an Evil Liberal Conspiracy's fault when such a thing doesn't exiiiiist


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unamerican said:
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Not according to Sony themselves and the Wall Street Journal.

https://www.businessinsider.com/sony-metoo-censorship-playstation-games-2019-4

And here's a response from a Japanese developer in regards to the new polices.

https://nichegamer.com/2018/10/27/new-sony-censorship-policy-is-forcing-even-japanese-developers-to-censor-themselves-in-japan/

Funimation and Sony gaming are, as aforementioned, still not the same division despite being under the same parent company, not even close. They do not have an influence on another's decisions.

There is no trickle down of leadership from Sony Gaming to Funi. There's no hierarchy when Sony, which is a vast conglomerate of all of Sony's parent and child companies, consists of so many divisions that it's very doubtful that anime and video games are going hand in hand especially when funimation, before the Sony acquisition, had its own staff. Likewise AnimeLab, owned by both funimation and Sony, did not cancel the broadcast of IR. Tokyo MX did not its broadcast in Japan because of Americans. They cancelled on their own merit. it's ridiculous to assume that each of these are somehow involved in a mass conspiracy to take away anime lewdness from you. When they are under different leadership.

If you understood anything about media it's that money drives it. If they look to lose more than they'll gain, shit gets dropped. It happens with films, television shows, and so on all the time. Some things get cancelled mid season, mid airing. It only happens to be when it's an anime where someone showed a pussy that someone bats an eyelash. If it were a mundane anime that didn't draw that kind of controversy there wouldn't be backlash.

Point is if it's too porny people aren't going to want to license it and I'm surprised the AUS service kept saying they were going to air it.

If y'all hate the anime industry so much then just pirate and watch illegally instead of pouring copious amounts of money into licensors pockets. I never did it so how can I feel either happy or guilty? If you don't "support" them yourself or never did then where's your right to complain either? I ain't complaining, I'm just laughing at the fact that people are so offended by a perfectly sensible decision that happens in normie television and film all the time.

Things get cancelled. Big whoop. If they're still airing elsewhere then just find ways to pirate. Stop trying to say it's an Evil Liberal Conspiracy's fault when such a thing doesn't exiiiiist


You're under the wrong assumption that I was speaking out against censorship or supporting it. I was just summarizing what I've read, which is provided in the links mentioned.
 
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I rated the show today with a 10/10
Will this count or not? I switched platforms long time ago, but I came back just to rate it. Is my opinion not important in this case?
 
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Hi there. I don't follow any anime YouTubers or influencers. I'm not on Twitter or Reddit. I really don't follow much of anything. I'm just a simple guy who likes to watch some anime now and then.

I happened to notice some weird happenings around this show and wanted to pop in somewhere and just let mods or whoever is in charge of stuff know that I'm a human and I honestly really enjoy this show.

I gave it a 10 because it's really refreshing to see something so different, bold and laugh-out-loud hilarious. It's not part of any weird agenda or anything. This is probably my favorite comedy since Konosuba (which I also gave a 10 because I tend to rate comedies pretty highly in general). I'm not overly worried or anything but I did have a brief flash-in-the-pan fear of my account being counted among whatever bots or whatever and I would be pretty sad if I lost my years of anime history.

Hopefully whatever all this is about gets forgotten by both sides sooner rather than later and we can see this wonderful show rise up to the top ranks of it's own merits. I have a feeling I'm not the only one who's going to be counting this among the classics. I hope the future brings a lot more bold anime out of Japan!


yeah, I'm pretty much in the same boat. I was having fun with the anime when I watched it with my friends, saw that the anime is getting high scores, decided to join in on that. Though, I changed the score to 9 after the score reset, considering it's not the exact anime that I would call a 10/10 for me, but it's still a really fun show with a comedy I like and the general thoughts I share in being equal and all. I'd recommend the show to my friends who likes ecchi or finds sexual comedy funny. If you're like me, as in, you like sexual comedy, I'd suggest seitokai yakuindomo as well btw.
 
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