UNICEF urges Japan to ban all things loli

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Japan’s government is inching towards a ban on the possession of obscene images of children, which would bring it into line with most other industrialised countries.

But the Japan branch of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) urged Tokyo to beef up its laws by banning child pornography in manga comics, animated films and computer games as well as individual possession.


A previous campaign prompted laws, enacted in 1999 and 2004, that banned child prostitution and the production and sale of obscene images of children under 18, but simple possession of such material remains legal.