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04 May 2005 @ 06:36 pm
Nazi! Lust ...  
Fanart of Lust in a Nazi [fetish] suit. ::grins::


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I shall be putting up an FMA art site in the near future ... ^_^
 
 
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H a v a n a: Sinsmalica_blacke on May 5th, 2005 04:21 pm (UTC)
In my Cultural Studies Class they showed us a picture of Britney Spears on a tricycle and pig tails, skantily glad in a provocative pose. By your standards, the picture doesn't sexualize children at all! It's just a simple picture that just happens to have Britney in a sexualized pose, dressed up as a kid. No connection as all.

Actually, no, I don't see it as "sexualizing children," as a matter of fact. People just have different tastes, different fetishes, and the such. I like lolitas but I don't lust after children. Most people ARE able to distinguish between something fetishized and something not. As 4ti3k4t35 has mentioned, uniforms are fetishized solely for aesthetic value. I've known of homosexual, Jewish guys who've fetishized the uniform!

I can empathise. I can understand why you'd be upset. I, myself, have faced racism and well, I never meant to offend anyone by posting this. I think what the Nazis did was horrible, and I am adamantly against the Neo-Nazis at our school and cringe at them; I still cry every tiem I read The Diary of Anne Frank. But I admire the Nazis not because of what they did but because of their power, their eficiency as an army. Hitler was ingenius, yet demented. I probably should have put up a little blurb or SOMETHING in the entry.

But you must understand that there IS a line between admiring Nazis and supporting Nazis. America is the land of freedom and I do have the freedom to post what I want. You shouldn't have clicked the link, especially when I was QUITE blunt about what it was going to be. And look at the people who have commented. Several very blatantly opposed your [sarcastic] suggestion yet they seemed to have no problem with the picture. I won't write out this extensive comment trying to convince you to like my picture; beliefs like that can't be changed so easily. But you need to recognize that distinction, and that's all I'll say.

And again, I apologize for any offense. That was certainly not my intention.