Friday, 1 April 2016

Did Alison get a bad Rapp?

Update: 6th April:

Feminist Motto: "there are no bad acts, only bad targets".

You can lie, cheat, whatever it takes
to protect the people in your group,
and to hurt the people outside of it. from

5 Apr 2016 23:08:49 UTC

Update 1st April 18:30:

Nintendo urged to FIRE feminist employee at centre of furious child pornography censorship row

Jamie Walton, president and co-founder of an anti-sex trafficking non-profit called The Wayne Foundation, also addressed a tweet to the firm's American branch and wrote:

"Better fire Alison Rapp before Monday or there is going to be reckoning."
I don't think that children's company is afraid of women so much
as they are afraid of bankruptcy
if they continue to hire someone breaking the law against prostitution.

Feminists make sex work illegal - then claim the evil GamerGate musta done it!!!

Playboy, Kotaku Misreport On Nintendo Firing Employee

Patrick Klepek at Kotaku ... frames it around Rapp being a victim of harassment from Neo-Nazis and .. GamerGate.

Hang on..

gamers are dead?


GamerGate is over?



... somehow...

we manage to fire people from beyond the grave?

So spooky! Woo!


A response to [Gaming] Alison Rapp Update by MundaneMatt

At 3:34 - moonlighting might be acceptable but PR jobs are based on putting the needs of the company above everything else, which is why it's paid quite well for the entry requirements. You can be fired for all sorts of reasons that simply have to do with how you are perceived - you might be merely *accused* of a misdeed, and the accusation is sufficient.

(This is how the Westminster Parliamentary System worked as well)

You do not have anonymity doing porn if you can be identified - we live in the age of facial recognition, for example. I would defend her rights to do porn if she was in another position, but she is supposed to be the face of the company, and if the face of Nintendo1 is covered in jism, parents won't buy the company's products, will they?

Screenshots from her tweets. IMO the drawings of Japan aren't child porn - no children are involved therefore no victim exists - but she isn't distinguishing the two, and her support of adult-child sexual interaction makes it possible, even probable, that pedophilia is exactly what she is supporting, and that she doesn't have a problem with sexual interaction - including photography - between adults and minors.

Whatever nuances are involved don't matter - she cannot work in the PR field. In fact, I'd be worried about her around children. "Don't hate on men who like kids" isn't proof she's pro-pedo, but since she's talking about an age of consent of 13, it's hard to interpret it in any other way.

1 a company that markets itself to young children in conservative countries, what's more - countries that can ban Nintendo on a whim

Comment from someone on Twitter that I found interesting:

I thought I'd state my own views here.

I don't have a problem with the Japanese culture. It's weird, but it seems to work for them. There's no evidence that child rape is a problem there, and they claim it is much lower in their country than in the countries that repress such drawings.

Japan’s Minister of Justice says that fictional works not modeled on existing persons cannot violate human rights.

Of course, it might turn out later that it's just not reported, but until evidence is presented, I'd have to say it was plausible that having such things legal means that there exists a safe outlet. After all, violent drawings don't seem to lead to real world violence, and countries that ritualised violence into sport don't seem to have the real-word rates of violence of countries without that outlet.

I also don't have a problem with an age of consent of 16, with exceptions for
Romeo and Juliet situations (kids shouldn't be put in jail for experimenting with other kids) and for power positions e.g. teachers., diseases like Herpes are no respecter of youth, and most of them, once caught, are there for life.

I would not like to have to explain to my 8 year old daughter that that little sore is never really going to go away, and that the people she later loves and wants to marry may think she's disgusting as a result.

As for pregnancy?
Lina Medina, from the Ticrapo District of Peru, gave birth by cesarean section in Lima at age 5 12. The infant was a 2.64 kg (5.8 lb), 47.5 cm (18.7 in) boy named Gerardo. Medina's parents, who assumed their daughter had a tumor, took her to a hospital in late March, where she was then found to be 7 months pregnant.

I don't know what the youngest father's age is - this is actually a serious issue as women have the legal right in many western countries to demand money from a child they have raped, yes, raped, if that child's rape impregnates them.

I can't conceive of an effective form of birth control for a young boy, even if you could teach them how to use it - changes in the size of the vas deferens means products like Vasalgel would be useless.

I have been informed by doctors that there are documented cases of 'virgin' pregnancies where the ejaculation took place externally but semen contacted the vulva - and that was all it took. Opinion on this seems difficult to substantiate, however.

Perhaps one day a pill will be invented that can be safely taken by a male child but I'd have to say that's firmly in the realm of science fiction.

Thus, even if all diseases ceased to exist, even if no power abuses occurred and children only had sex with each other - sex at an early age is perilous.

As for taking photographs of a sexual nature of children goes - the few cases where it has no ill-effects are outweighed by the cases where it has terrible effects.

Of course, that has also led to absurdities such as the Australia law that photographing an adult becomes classed as child porn if a judge rules that she looks potentially younger than 18 - which means small breasted models are being told they cannot be treated as adults!

However, the goal-post shifting where laws designed to stop child exploitation have now been moved to cover dirty pictures of The Simpsons - who do not and can not suffer because they do not exist - that concerns me.

A law designed to shield real children is instead used to prosecute those who have repugnant thoughts? That is incredibly dangerous.The people who campaigned for Free Speech did so because speech is an expression of thought - and if our thoughts - even the worst thoughts - are not free, then we have no freedom at all.

Further Reading:

16th April, 2016. It looks like Ms Rapp was working as a sexworker, which would be a huge violation of the contract with her employer and also the law! (discussion here)

Bloomberg using bots to push Alison Rapp false narrative, article is full of misinformation

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