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I enjoy fan service and scantily-clad moe characters as much as the next person, but for some reason pornographic drawings just don't do it for me. Am I the only one? Didn't really know where to put this, probably more appropriate for /h/, but I figured we'd get some better discussion going in /a/.

Pic related.
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Eh, you're just gay.
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You only fap to the cancer killing anime?
Erotic art should be in hentai, fanservice is pointless.
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You're normal; the rest of /a/ isn't. That is all.
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You're not alone. I have little to no NSFW pictures in my folder because I find myself unable to fap to a grand majority of them. Part of the reason is that the artist's vision tends to contradict with mine (i.e. breasts/hips too big, too small, legs too long/short, or just overall style) and it just bothers the hell out of me. Clothed characters, on the other hand, aren't as bothersome as it still leaves a bit to the imagination.
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I can fap to pornographic characters under two conditions.

1: It must be good art. I can't fap to drawings with perspective problems, or other impurities.

2: It must make sense in canon. Doujins are a real problem for me because of the nonsensical pairings. The premise and the sex must be able to branch apart from the original canon in a way that makes sense.

Maybe you're me.



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