>Not flying to Japan and finding out what we are going to do on the bed.
Other than this, I also have bought 6 figures and 4 dakimakuras, but I already packed them up and I'm waiting for the plane.
Frankly speaking, I've read most of the stuff.
I just felt obliged to actually spend some money in Japan to help the industry after pirating everything since the beginning of time.
books tend to be high quality in japan, at least the covers.
it is amazing how nude lolis can just be sprawled all over a books front cover and sold in a big name bookstore and no one gives a heck.
>hear about me on the news.
"And in other news, a 25 year old man is held in custody for trying to import child pornography."
"Yes, Tom. Apparently "loli hentai" is perfectly legal and okay as long as they are of consent and old enough, or so the man says."
"Well thanks Diane, now for the poll results. Hentai, okay? Or for sick paedophiles.
Good luck, anon.
I hope for your sake that you don't live in Canada anon.
>Crown prosecutor Nathalie Leroux argued, "Whether it's a cartoon image or a photograph, any representation of underage people's genitals is illegal under the Criminal Code."
>As a result of his conviction, Tremblay must register as a sex offender for 10 years.
Shit, I feel like I'm running dope.
If I just get rid of my luggage (I dunno, probably find a trash can or hand them out for free) at the Japanese airport, will I be alright ?
that shit is way too questionable, that literally 100% pedo material
wish I had that Kirino one though
actually, it's more like over half of them
I cant believe they actually sell this stuff, that's hilarious
Maybe buyfag general will be able to help you out
quality thread, I hope you're not black or you might be subject to 'random' luggage inspection at the airport
I got stopped at the customs for buying a chuck load of figures, I covered my books with a towel, just pushing it aside and I might have gotten a fine in my shitty third world country.
I was panicking to hell and back. Good luck to you.
Did you put your figures/hentai in your checked baggage or hand baggage?
Was the inspection random or did you get inspected because you were carrying too many figures? I have a luggage filled only with figures and I can't decide whether to make it a checked baggage or not.
Do people actually get arrested for watching hentai? Why can't the government shut down sites that have obvious loli mangas like exhentai or pururin. By government I mean US, Canada and Europe.
I bought around this much + around 8 more that my
I put it in my checked luggage, if you can't fit the boxes in, wrap the figs with your clothes and it should be fine. Bringing it in your hand baggage might not be such a good idea because they will be asking about it every time they scan your bags. It's suspicious to bring so many dolls on the plane anon-kun.
It wasn't a random check, they were x-raying everybody's bags at the airport exit. Also, porn is illegal in my country so if they made any closer inspection I would be in a load of shit.
I think they thought I was going to sell it and wanted to tax me.
why would you even take that risk, whats so different about porn on paper than on computer screen
also in what kind of fucked up country is porn illegal?
I like those artist, except for Rance, I like him. Bosshi has been my provider of great times for a long time now.
Thing is, I travel a lot, and this is the first time they force scan everybody's bags on exit.
>also in what kind of fucked up country is porn illegal?
My country anon
Does this mean they will only pull you aside for a manual inspection if they find something suspicious in your hand baggage?
I can't have all my luggages checked, shit's too heavy. The figures I bought are alright, they aren't naked creatures, so I don't mind if they inspect it.
So would putting all that stuff >>115034840
in a checked luggage and carrying the figures in my hand baggage be a good idea?
>what kind of fucked up country is porn illegal?
It's funny, you Americans have some of the loosest porn laws on the planet, and one of the most sexually open cultures; but you're always running around squawking that the prudes are repressing you, because rural Texas isn't like Amsterdam.
Green is where porn is legal without heavy restrictions.
>and one of the most sexually open cultures; but you're always running around squawking that the prudes are repressing you, because rural Texas isn't like Amsterdam.
What about nipple at Superb owl that shocked the whole nation for couple of months?
>Does this mean they will only pull you aside for a manual inspection if they find something suspicious in your hand baggage?
>So would putting all that stuff >>115034840 in a checked luggage and carrying the figures in my hand baggage be a good idea?
Should be fine either way. They rarely inspect books. Don't put in any questionable things together with the bag where you keep those books though and you'll be fine.
Okay I gotta check in, wish me luck.
If I ever get arrested, hopefully people will remember me as the /a/non who risked his life to show support for the industry.
Is that supposed to be a surprise? Morality police belong to both right and left, they just crusade for different causes. In the end they're still statists advocating censorship and bans for things they don't like.
And for Australia it's no surprise that it's leftists issuing bans, because Australia doesn't have any actual right wing politicians in power. Their entire government is shifted far to the left, so that their "conservatives" would be called liberal in America.
Plus they passed the new nation-wide porn filter on the internet, so that if you want porn you have to opt in and register on a national list so they can track your activity.
No, I'm not joking. They literally censored all porn in the UK and you have to voluntarily put yourself on a watch list to get access to it.
I'm UKfag, I remember reading about this but I'm not sure if it really did anything, there's no filter for me, I think it might have just been a certain few crappy ISPs
Why would you get arrested for having a drawing
Is this just a blog thread or am I getting rused
I don't understand
it was considered, it was never actually passed. however certain IP's are required to block certain addresses by UK law, but we're talking mostly piracy here. Piratebay and so on. sucks.
>17 minutes and counting.
daijobu, daijobu. OP is o-okay. I'm s-sure he is.
>if anything, our women looks better than whatever your country's women looks like.
Not sure why but I lol'd
Are you sure about that? Chile is below shit tier
>An American leftish propaganda rag and prog circlejerk site as sources.
Not only have you never left the states, I'm betting you're still in university too.
It 's actually not it's just people don't get caught for it very often but I'm pretty sure loli shit is against the law nationwide. Also if you ever seen a loli doujin you wouldn't say
>how can you prove their underage?!?
because they usually flat out say it like a dozen times through the course of a 20 page comic, elevens really like to imagine fucking 10 year olds I guess.
OP, if I were in your situation, I would have shipped that stuff home. Not just because it's legally "questionable" (yes, even in America, pornography is generally not allowed to be imported), but because that shit will make your baggage really heavy.
There was a guy in my state who got popped for loli shit made by elevens like a year back and I've been nervous ever since what can I say? Lemme see if I can dig up an article about it...
You can thank the laws/treaty's for the censoring of the UK pron industry.
Funny part is the whole web filter thing had such a pathetically low uptake that ISPs simply disable the filters for new customers without asking at this point.