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Anti-Stamp by KaizokuShojo Anti-Stamp by KaizokuShojo
Please read these comments before you remark on this stamp.

All right...To start...
I don't like any of the above. For those of you who aren't anime/manga fans: yaoi means guy-on-guy stuff, yuri means girl-on-girl, hentai is just anything pervy in general. (Just as a note, this applies to shonen-ai, etc.)

I MADE THIS STAMP INITIALLY TO ENSURE THAT NO ONE ASKS ME TO DRAW IT AND THAT NO ONE ASKS ME IF I LIKE IT. Thank you.

It's rather all over dA now, and if you don't like it it's rather hard to find people like-minded so you can get non-slashy art. This stamp thus also expresses my opinion; if you're of the opposite opinion, you're entirely entitled to that. It's called "free will," you know. I just...really don't want to see it. So excuse me, if you're offended. Everyone's offended by something.
Don't go about saying that I posted this just because I'm a Christian, either. There have been quite a few comments from non-Christians/etc. stating that they're just tired of seeing such things in the fandom, or people saying that they think a little is okay but the sheer amount has gotten ridiculous. And it really, genuinely has.

Don't also go about saying this is a "perv/'gay'-bashing stamp." (Though, I don't like the term 'gay' being used for homosexuals. I prefer to use the actual term. I'm tired of not being able to use the words 'gay' or 'queer' in their real, dictionary-meaning due to a bunch of wordtwisters.)

This isn't that. For one thing, hentai can be heterosexual as well as homosexual. For another, I love everyone, seriously. If you think I have a problem with you, or you with me, come and talk to me about it, we'll try to set things right. Christ says if we can't love our neighbour, we can't hope to love Him, and that's grand logic for you. This stamp simply says, I don't like seeing pervy (hentai) and/or homosexual art.
(Personally I believe such things are a sin, but that's not the purpose of this stamp--if I was making an anti-sin stamp I'd make...an anti-sin stamp, because all sin is sin and is bad...)

But it even goes well beyond that. I'm absolutely SICK of seeing characters who, in their natural story environment are enemies/friends/family/complete strangers, getting shoved together to rape each other/have sex just because of some fanboy/fangirl's urges. It's not a rare occurrence, it's almost every single piece of yaoi/yuri/hentai out there. You try to look up something you like. Like, say...Star Trek. And instead of art about that grand, noble, humorous, dramatic epic of exploration and civilisation, you get...people kissing and doing each other constantly. Stuff like that does indeed happen, but....constantly? Is that what the message of Star Trek is? No. Nor is it the message of most fandoms that end up getting filled with porn or soft porn or annoying romantic fluff.

Another example is the manga and anime ONE PIECE. Eiichiro Oda, the author, has stated that he does not think the crew will ever be romantically involved with one another, and that it isn't his intention at all. But people still put characters like Zoro and Sanji together, because it's considered "hot." But think about the fact that a lot of fans aren't into the series because it may have some 'cute' guys, but because they like the fights, the adventure, the humour, the PLOT (good heavens, what a notion) and might want to see some art depicting such from time to time. More explosions, please--less nudity!

Please don't flame. If you do want to comment in an opposing way, that's fine--just be CIVIL. Thank you in advance. I appreciate civility. :)


EDIT: New, sleeker design. Comment if you liked the older one better, though I don't know why you would.


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0-Dolunay-0 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi... This is going to be long... :XD:

When it comes to yaoi/yuri or things like that, I don't personally like it, but I don't mind it either. :shrug:

I just... go on. I accept it exists, and I've seen some very cute stuff. Some fics or things like that I've checked out because of curiosity weren't that bad. 
However I have to admit some fans are crazy -just like every single fandom, and it's sad to see people bashing a series/movie/book/anything just because of the fandom. :facepalm:
Rabid fans are the worst.

The only thing that can more or less get to me, is when the dA page is full of it. Like, everywhere. You cannot avoid it. 

*sigh* but there's nothing anyone can do about it. People have the right to support and do whatever they want -if they aren't being jerks, that is. Grump 

Other thing that seriously pisses me off is fans saying that characters are homosexual in canonically, when they're really heterosexual (or in cases asexual, rather), and use this 'fan-made' things to justify it, or wrong facts, so they can have an excuse when an homophobic says 'omg such crap', (also that's something really mean to say for the author). Disbelief 

First of all, they don't have to lie, if the creators didn't want to make their characters homosexual, then don't say they are. Respect the creator's decision!
Plus a person who dislikes yuri or yaoi haves the same right to dislike it than a yaoi or yuri fan to like it, opinions should not change someone's liking for a pairing/fandom either. Unimpressed 

Secondly, the people who are homophobic should tolerate more things that a fandom does, and don't go around dA (or any other site) bashing everyone. CURSE YOU! 

Those are my views. I don't mind yaoi or yuri, I respect their fans, but people should not act inappropriately 'just because it's the internet'. No, I disagree! 


Cheers :meow:
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Gothic-Bunny-13 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
If you dont like homosexual pairings or porn then don't look or read about it 
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crayolademigod Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I am a Catholic girl who loves yaoi/yuri. I like FLUFF. Not PORN. I look up FLUFFY CUDDLES AND TRUE LOVE STORIES. Not RAPE and SMUT. I find it utterly disgusting, honestly.
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Conga-Heli Featured By Owner Edited Nov 29, 2014
Oh god have mercy on our eyes, cleanse us of our memory's of clicking on a link in a comment going like this ":link here: :)" and revealing porn of the repulsive-ness of a thousand rotting souls!

Was I abit over dramatic? :/
Because I frekin love this stamp
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bobstickman Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014
THIS STAMP IS PERFECT FOR ME :D
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FullmetalKobe824 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
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Read this and you will see why I FUCKING HATE the garbage from HELL that's known as Hentai and have an immense murderous hatred of anyone who likes it. 
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KaizokuShojo Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014   Traditional Artist
Yeah, I've never been happy with the way the Japanese whitewash all the things they've done/do historically.... They're such a...well, prideful people is one way to put it, but that's not conveying it correctly.  It's denial to the highest degree if you absolutely REFUSE to admit you were wrong......  I think it's probably also tied into the xenophobic tendencies they've had for AGES (like the time when Christianity was outlawed and many were slaughtered).  Sometimes it's HUGE and WAY OUT THERE, and anyone not Japanese will treat others like dogs or worse.  Sometimes it's muted and only "behind closed doors."  I don't think that all Japanese have been that way throughout history, and I think it's getting better to-day... But there are still the nationalists/imperialists, and it's......really lame.  There are still those over there who are completely against people like the Koreans or Chinese even being in the same area.  Living in the southeastern United States, I see a lot of racism often enough, and I never understand it. 

And then of course there's the sex culture that proliferates over there.  I'm no~t a fan of that... Bugs the heck out of me... I mean, what the heck.  You can't objectify people without damaging their idea of human worth. 
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KaizokuShojo Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2014   Traditional Artist
I was really tired when I wrote this...let me add, I tend to think most/all societies have MASSIVE GLARING FLAWS and I didn't mean to single the Japanese out here, this was talking about the one nation just in response to your post...  I love lots of aspects of Japanese culture (food, politeness, kotatsu--haha--and more), and lots of other cultures... (I like taking the best bits from all around.)  America, for example, has a BIG "sex sells" problem, and a "if you're not banging everyone around you, you're a loser," culture. 
I use the words "hentai, yaoi, yuri" on this stamp, though, because they're commonly used words online.  But I'm against it no matter what country of origin. 
And there's actually a gigaton of racism here in America, too... Not as commonly white-on-black as you'd think, but there's still a lot among tons of people.  I see a lot of xenophobia (TONS of this), and a lot of hate if your political views differ...  I think it's less of a "country" problem and more of a "humanity" issue.  Although there are quirks that culture and especially GOVERNMENT bring.  I love the U.S. Constitution and government SYSTEM as it's supposed to be...not so much how it has been carried out...  And then there's gov't/military atrocities...


(I'm still tired writing this, but at least this time it's from illness and not sleepiness. XD  MAYBE I'm more coherent... Maybe....  I have a feeling I still probably am not. Haha.) 
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Shona-RoseArt Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2014  Student Digital Artist
love it and you are totally right! God bless you yo!
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marcelinelover123 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014
Understood
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