>>108950211>I think maybe your porn habits and porn opinions should be kept to personal blogging and not the face of your disney or nick career.
I agree with this but the article goes further, asking the animation industry not to associate itself with people that have a past or a present imaking lews fanart such as zone or... Well, even Rebecca sugar.
And I think that's wrong and unsustainable, a kid is not going to find out a guest animator's porn stash unless it goes explicitly to look for it.
This and some inaccuracies make the article prone to criticism, like framing Peridot as a child for no apparent reason or cyting ankama as the "good guys" when Wakfu has blatantly sexual imagery it's puzzling, especially considering it doesn't even have a narrative and thematic purpose like in SU.
Another criticism is that the article frames all of animation as a kid's business. Su and especially some of Trigger's shows are clearly not ment for children, but for a more teen/young adult audience. Why shouldn't we be able to have more adult discussions/fanart regarding more adult topics?
Ghostbusters can be considered a kid's movie (but it's not properly) and it has a blowjod scene: where is the article saying it's a gateway for children to find porn?