"Text crop thread with a particular focus on LOLIness and taboo" From the OP of "Realism in Loli hentai"

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Previous thread by OP can be found here.
This thread, I hope, will serve as a list of lolicon works in which there is a significant textual focus on the taboo nature of lolis relating to their loliness, even if the loli in the story is not actually taboo, such as legal lolis and lolibabas. In the anonfiles link at the end of this paragraph will be a collection of crops of text from lolicon hentai with filenames containing the source titles from the sad panda. There's 445 of them, so they will be too tedious to post and I'd rather not dump that much at once. The method by which I chose these crops will be explained below, as well as the reasoning for their categorization by fantastical elements. I will continue to post new crops in this thread as I make them, starting with these 5 I made today for the OP. https://anonfiles.com/F7nc3dPaub/lolicrops_7z Methodology

What qualifies as an instance of textual focus? Words and phrases qualifying for textual focus are pedo, pedophile, little girl/daughter/niece/grandaughter, underage, gradeschooler, elementary school, child, prepubescent, immature/childish/underdeveloped [body part], JS (slang for gradeschooler), JC (slang for middleschooler), et cetera. "Child" and "little girl" must be used in a way that is not how an eldery person or parent could refer to adults. Title text can qualify, as in Rustle's Little Girl series, but does not count multiple times if the title reappears elsewhere such as the credits. As this is about lolicon, such things referring specifically to shotas do not qualify. "Brat/bratty" and "Young girl" do not qualify due to likely common use to refer to JKs/highschoolers. Some fairly explicit though more indirect combinations of statements may qualify, such as references to how long ago a sexual act took place with a character directly implying her age at the time of lewding. Immature/childish/underdevopled [body part] was not initially counted as it ought have been in retrospect, so many of the crops in the anonfiles link may be lacking such text even if it appears in the work. Extra things may be thrown in the crops for fun, such as jokes and use of the word cunny. These do not contribute to instances of textual focus.

What qualifies a work for significant textual focus? Requirements for significant textual focus are at least three instances of textual focus. Even if a single use is extremely explicit and severe, such as in Lady Yupiel's Servant where the MC is called a pedo by lolibaba Yupiel, it will not qualify. This line is totally arbitrary, but the line must be drawn somewhere.

Why the separation of works into levels of realism? A lack of explicit text alone is not proof a work doesn't contain a focus on taboo elements of lolicon, text crops are just used as the primary objective because explicit visual representation is more effective at communicating the contents. For that reason, it felt more honest to also loosely categorize stories based on their relative levels of realism. Even then being categorized as Fantasy and not having a strong textual focus on the taboo doesn't indicate there is no focus on it, such as in works like the second chapter of Mad Scientist Ootori, where the the lolicon has Ootori dress in a middle schooler outfit, randoseru and all, purely for the sake of fetishization on both the artist's and the MC's part. But this was the best I felt I could do. The lines drawn between these categorizations may at times be thin, and even subject to change if anyone brings up particularly good examples of miscategorizations.

What qualifies as Fantasy? The vast majority of things qualifying works for the Fantasy category are those that break the laws of physics. Short comical chibi gags and other similar minor gags do not count towards physics breaking. Lolibaba is a Fantasy element and legal loli, like lolibaba, is considered a Fantasy element even if all else is normal, such as in Toradora! Porn Book. Major world differences like silly erotic new laws and other societal scale changes are considered a strong Fantasy element. If the setting is Fantasy, the work qualifies even if no physics breaking shenanigans take place, such as many Touhou and Prisma Illya doujinshi. Some works with no physics breaking fantasy or sci-fi elements can still qualify as Fantasy if something ridiculously improbable enough happens, such as the practically magically convenient talking parrot in Blue Bird of Good Fortune. "It was all a dream" is a fantasy element if the majority of lewd in the story is contained to the dream.

What qualifies as Very Unrealistic? Generally outrageous and highly improbable situations or characters acting wildly inconsistent, unreasonable, or irrational. Minor comic relief panels with exaggerated or chibi artstyle do not alone qualify as Very Unrealistic, but constant ones may. Extreme perversion and some level of precociousness on the part of a loli will not necessarily qualify something as Very Unrealistic, because after all, precocious perverted girls are at the core of lolita complex. If a continuous story has one entry with strong fantasy or unrealistic elements, all subsequent entries must categorized as equally or more unrealistic, regardless of realism, due to having an unrealistic or fantasy premise, such as Mitemite Ecchi where a loli is left in charge of a bath house. The only exception to this rule is if an entry qualifies for fantasy due to the majority of it being dream, only to return to a story without strong fantasy elements in following entries, such as Tsuttsu's Welcome to the 2-2 Pee Soapland. I'm not too familiar with the plots and settings of [email protected] games, so I've decided to qualify them as Very Unrealistic at minimum.

What qualifies as Least Unrealistic? Generally situations have a decent level of plausibility. Characters are mostly consistent and rational. Rational of course, does not equate to intelligent. I've decided to label this category as Least Unrealistic rather than most realistic, because I know true realism is rarely ever reached in most mediums and often debatable. These works are just the relatively most realistic, and within this category can very from extremely realistic to simply not very unrealistic.

Limits on what I'll dig through A gallery beyond 100 pages will be overlooked due to length for the sake of time and the simplicity of avoiding tanks and anthologies with a wide variety of stories to separated out. A gallery with 10 or fewer pages will be overlooked due to length for the sake of focusing on the average lolicon story, which is around 20 pages. Non-traditional manga/doujinshi that are digital only may be disqualified as small as well even above 10 pages, should they have sparse content per page such as Digital Broadcasting Girl. Works that have a significant number of pages but are comprised of multiple extremely short stories will be disqualified as small, such as Rustle's Lolicon Special 2, where most of the stories are 1 page and the longest story is 8 pages.

Why do some longer galleries have multiple entries? Multiple works in a single upload under 100 pages, such as Quzilax's Loli to Bokurano made up of various stories or Maeshima Ryo's Masturbating made up of multiple chapters of the same story, may be broken up and thus duplicated, even into different categories if they're separate stories. Appended to the end of the gallery name will be PART [X] and possibly the individual story's title. These extra works have the same restrictions on minimum length as standalone galleries. Extremely short Chapter "0" prologues at the beginning of a continuous story within one gallery will be counted as part of the PART 1 of that series along with the Chapter 1, but if not continuous will not be counted at all. END METHODOLOGY These first four crops I've categorized as least unrealistic, and the last as very unrealistic.

And here is a collage of relevant titles. The full collage is barely too large to post, so here's an anonfiles link. https://anonfiles.com/3cia44P1uc/Collage_png


Plus an archive of the thread http://4usoivrpy52lmc4mgn2h34cmfiltslesthr56yttv2pxudd3dapqciyd.onion/loli/res/3044.html (https://archive.md/g2NvE)
 

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That's a lot of highly specific and disturbing knowledge about a topic most people probably wank to and forget about for the next week. Regardless, it's interesting to think about. And to add to it, while anecdotal on my part, a difference I've notice between early, early works of lolicon back in the 80s (during what was literally called the Lolicon Boom) and something you'd get in Comic LO or LQ in the present day is the level of verisimilitude in scenario. Hideo Azuma (RIP) and Uchiyama Aki's early art were very closely tied to Shojo manga that was popular at the time. Uchiyama Aki's famous first entry being, itself, a redraft of his rejected shojo manga submission that he added scenes too. I could get a bit more into it but the beer is settling in so I'll post an interview with him.

As for the bit about Rustle and tracing in the last thread, while it's probable that he used reference in the past (the sock bit is too specific to be a coincidence, but who knows, maybe it means something else in Japanese), he absolutely doesn't trace his art. I've personally seen him drawfag on stream via Pixiv.
 

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