In the United States, there’s nothing illegal about possessing images of TV cartoon characters such as Dora the Explorer, Bart Simpson, Penny from Inspector Gadget and Bobby from King of the Hill engaged in sexual acts.
But here in Canada, that kind of material is considered child pornography — a lesson an American citizen learned the hard way.
Peter Hasler, 25, of Murrells Inlet, S.C., was arrested at Halifax Stanfield International Airport on Sept. 12 after a search of his laptop turned up animated images of characters under the age of 18 being sexually abused.
Hasler pleaded guilty Tuesday in Dartmouth provincial court to a Customs Act charge of smuggling prohibited goods and received a 90-day jail sentence.
tside court, McLaughlin said Canada Border Services Agency officers at the Halifax airport are seeing more animated child pornography than they used to.
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So you would have no qualms with me if I drew a man fucking an infant, child, or teen?
If you say "no it was drawn its not real", then put it to the test in real life bud.
Originally Posted by Dobby.
Falls under the category, but generally it's not illegal because the characters involved are generally 18.
Loli, however, is the depiction of underaged/underdeveloped bodies in sexual intercourse. Such a thing in real life is being a midget, which generally has deformities/stunted growth appearance. If you look at loli, there's no deformity/stunted growth, it just looks like a 12 year old being fucked.
Last edited by Hunter Jr.; 10-10-2015 at 02:55 PM.