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Dear Canada:

Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin wrote:

"Interpreting "person" in accordance with Parliament's purpose of criminalizing possession of material that poses a reasoned risk of harm to children, it seems that it should include visual works of the imagination as well as depictions of actual people. Notwithstanding the fact that 'person' in the charging section and in s. 163.1(1)(b) refers to a flesh-and-blood person, I conclude that "person" in s. 163.1(1)(a) includes both actual and imaginary human beings.
—Supreme Court of Canada, R. v. Sharpe, Paragraph 38

By the letter of the the law, lolicon is illegal in your country. How does that make you feel?