I find it interesting since in Australia a while ago, there was a bill being pushed that banned the use of flat chested women in porn magazines believing that it was similar enough to child pornography in order to be considered illegal. However I believe it their plea was used as toilet paper, although it wouldn't surprise me if an issue about the appearance of girls in anime would rise in Australia as well sometime in the future.
ztrot wrote:On 24 February 2010 the Metropolitan government submitted a proposed revision to the Ordinance that would restrict sexually provocative depictions of fictional characters who appear to be under 18 years of age, referred to in the bill as "non-existent youths" (非実在青少年, hijitsuzai seishõnen?). The bill received strong opposition from manga creators, the publishing industry, the Writers Guild of Japan and the Japan Federation of Bar Associations, and was rejected by the Metropoiltan Assembly on 16 June 2010
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