The path of hate – where did it all began?

April 5, 2008 at 10:28 pm Leave a comment


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Ahem.

We are all aware of how socially taboo (in Japan) otaku are. But where did this term come from, and why the hate?

Apparently the seed of hate was planted in 1983, written in this article by Nakamori Akio (the article is translated in English). It would not be looked at until in 1989, when mass murderer Miyazaki Tsutomu was arrested and it was found that he wanked to loli porn, in combination with a bestselling book of that time relating to this phenomenon. Among other things.

Note that the article was published in a softcore porno book. Oh the irony.

I’ve talked about the otaku issue way too many times and I’m quite relieved to find out the root cause of so much hate. In japan, anyway.

Oh the sheer irony of it all.

Entry filed under: Week of love.

Adressing hate, and Love, for otaku Part 2 – Ramifications and resolutions Week of Love: END!

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