Most people know and understand the intensity of the occasions in the past where Anime is under fire from the progressive left. To save political face scripts are being rewritten, words are being misused, scenes are being cut, and entire dubbing contracts being dropped over the controversial topics of the left. What determines what is right and wrong? You can’t bash a homosexual or make a rape joke, but it’s acceptable to tell a 10-year-old boy he’s gay and to pose with a naked homosexual man. You can then take pictures of the occurrence to display it on social media and have it cheered at by the thousands of people who find this sort of thing “good” while they smear the insulting of these insinuatingly illegal actions as “bad”.
Crunchyroll has already aligned itself politically with its creation of the new the cal-art style original series: High Guardian Spice
This series brags an 'all-female writer's board' and as far as anyone can tell there is not a single straight white male in the entire cast or crew. This influx of political correctness has been horrifyingly detrimental to those of us at AnimeRight. You won't find a single Crunchyroll subscription amongst our ranks at this point.
All that aside, we were still dumbfounded to find this post made three years ago January 16, 2015, by a verified Crunchyroll account:
The tweet translates to:
"Kohina is watching you watch the live action lolicon Anita Presence and giving pre order to the BD."
Being from three years ago, it plagues the mind to wonder how long the subversion of staff within Crunchyroll has been in play. The tweet has since been deleted. We only found it thanks to the brave soul @kingcrispr.
The hashtag translates to "Anita's Presence" and refers to a book written in 1948 that was made into a telenovela in Brazille. It's about a love triangle between an 18-year-old girl living with a 45-year-old architect and writer who's married and cucks his wife. The girl while having old dude bedtime raids also runs across the street and finds an 'of age' virgin boy..................... (I'm 'boutsta puke)
This still leaves questions we have for Crunchyroll or anyone who knows an answer to them:
Where did that picture of the small girl come from?
Why were you (@Crunchyroll_PT) in possession of it?
What made you (@Crunchyroll_PT) think it was acceptable to post on social media?
Is the person who posted it still employed at Crunchyroll?
We will be actively trying to reach Crunchyroll for answers.