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Some Countries Give No Slack

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Did you know that in most Middle Eastern and North African countries, all forms of pornography are illegal and punishable by death.
The poor dog on the right isn't allowed to be as creative and daring as his Netherlands, other Western European, U.S., Japanese, and Canadian friends. Doing so in his country will get him stoned to death.
And the drawing isn't away from the truth either. In Iran, cartoons,comic books, artwork, posters, etc can only have their characters drawn as adhering to Islamic standards.
Color versions, both general rated and mature rated, will appear at a later time.

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Published: 5 years, 4 months ago
Rating: General

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MooseJam
5 years, 4 months ago
That is kinda sad.
moyomongoose
5 years, 4 months ago
Goes beyond sad I'd say.
By the way, Thanks for the favorite.
squiggledog
5 years, 4 months ago
I grew up in Saudi Arabia, and even books and magazines were censored with black marker! They would also edit movies sold there with white circles over faces, etc (even Disney cartoons).
moyomongoose
5 years, 4 months ago
With what I've heard about those strict Sharia Law Countries, I would not doubt it.

I am about to upload two colour versions of this drawing in a few minutes.
squiggledog
5 years, 4 months ago
I actually really enjoyed living in Saudi Arabia. It is a very strict country, though, and censorship was taken to the utmost extreme. Each culture has its own quirks and craziness (the USA included--many of our own laws here are rather backward).
moyomongoose
5 years, 4 months ago
How true. However, I hear Saudi Arabia has no speed limit on their open desert highways, unless that has changed in recent years. Not many countries allow that.
I hear in Mexico, the public is allowed to have and light off Class "A" fireworks ( the big ones professionals use ).
As far as U.S. pron laws go, they mainly prohibit child porn and bestiality, although I have seen bestiality depicted in artwork form on Furaffinity, which is U.S. based. As far as "cub porn furry drawings", U.S. law stipulates, "no sexual situations", although Furaffinity's policy is to not show cub genitals at all.
Canada's laws are a bit stricter. While Anthro-animals and humans can be drawn having sex with each other, neither can be drawn having sex with a nonanthro-animal. No urinating, vomiting, deficating and spitting for humiliation purposes can be drawn. No "forced rape" can be drawn. And no cub can be drawn with a genital shown, regardless the situation. I found that out by having a Yiffy account. Yiffy is in Canada. I don't think Canada's law allows those "spanking" drawings, but I would have to check to be sure.  I also have a Furryai account, which is in England. There's a lot they will not post.  
squiggledog
5 years, 4 months ago
It is interesting that there would be laws banning certain types of drawings or artwork, since it is just art. It's also interesting that having photographs depicting violence is legal, while having photographs of certain sexual situations is considered illegal and will get you more jail time than if you were to rob someone. Then again, the human race is not exactly logical all the time. Kind of like how it's okay for some farmers to mistreat their animals and slaughter them inhumanely--no one bats an eye, and calls you a wimp for saying anything about it. But, have sex with an animal, and oh my gosh--you are the worst person in the world. Haha.
moyomongoose
5 years, 4 months ago
Some of that stuff can also vary from province to province, or state to state, within the same country. The U.S. is a good example of that. A woman in the State of Maryland was arrested for letting her male dog have sex with her. As a result, Facebook was flooded with comments of how that woman had no right to exist, or that she should be shot. Some came up with various ways how they would like to torture her to death. While in Washington State, sex with animals was legal until a man was kicked and killed by a horse he was having sex with.
I read on Wikipedia that countries like U.S. and Canada, claim that banning certain types of drawings is done in the interest of "protecting the children". I don't buy that when you consider some of those very same western countries allow doctors to sexually mutilate every new born boy they can get their hands on. For those who allow infant sexual mutilations to go on, any excuse they can invent of "protecting the children" has about as much merit as the notion that Adolph Hitler was member of Human Rights Watch, and a member of the Jewish Anti Defamation League.
Mutilating the bottoms of babies, then telling the world you are "protecting the children" by outlawing art and comic books just doesn't fly.  
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