@Michelle said in If they lift the censorship and height restriction I will quit the game!:
The term loli / shota is used exclusively to indicate characters of short stature, generally cute in appearance, and as Luna also said, also the voice. Generally a high-pitched cute voice can be considered a loli voice.
I kindly ask those who purposely want to win the argument by alter the terminology to stop, because you only generate misinformation.
Why can no one just say child like? I guess cause it hurts the movement?
There has been several pages linked in this thread regarding the definition. Perhaps you can add some more that only refer to "short" "cute" "high pitched voice".
I'm all for people expressing their removal of censorship but seems like at this point we are just playing mental gymnastics trying to avoid what these terms mean and are generally associated with.
Let's use an example from @Archetype-Luna as they are "anti-censorship" as I guess we are calling it.
https://youtu.be/r4p2Z43_GW4 Here is the term loli in a non-sexual manner by a Japanese Vtuber. Shigure Ui calls the voice she uses when she is imitating a little girl her loli voice. She is using it to describe her little girl voice.
Here is a screen shot for those too lazy to click the youtube link.
Non-sexualized? In this instance, yes. Do they look and sound like a child? Oh yes.
Here's another one where someone asks Fubuki to talk in her "loli" voice, which she immediately knows it is in reference to how she is playing as a baby shark so her little girl voice is appropriate.
Luna uses the words "baby" and "little girl".
So to think that the use of "loli" and "shota" only refers to "Short/cute/high-pitched" is just hilarious.
So when censorship folks come along and people say they want to play as a loli or like watching lolis surely you can see how people might be slightly concerned.