Not just the NAZIs and the internet alt-right, far worse: the English, who have used it as an insult against disfavorable lords since time immemorial.
But the former is is far more likely to be aligned with the views of someone who believes there should be less queer art because it doesn't depict the good queer relationships they like and instead is too heteronormalized, or too fetishistic, or too unhealthy/abusive. Respectability is erasure and is fast friends with those who would prefer the latter.
I was wondering how do you post pictures on this site?
It depends on what you mean by that.
If you mean posting new images to the /images section you cannot directly, but you can request them with the same upload request form for chapters.
If you mean embedding images in your post you may do so using markdown as so: ![text](link to image)
The image must be hosted externally and directly linked to however.
That's not really heterophobia. This is a site that predominantly caters to yuri fans.
Besides, that's not even a thing in the first place.
I dunno.... have some survey or statistical data on that?
Please tell us how many straight people are beaten to death on the streets because they're straight. Or how many straight kids are kicked out by their parents because they're straight. Or how many of them have their rights denied because they're straight. If you want to call people saying hetshit "heterophobia", you either know nothing about straight people or about homophobia.
Oppression is not an olympic sport; saying bisexuals and ace/aro who have only had relationships with the opposite sex, or even lesbians who "pander to the male gaze", aren't LGBT+ is legitimately bad for the community even if it falls under the umbrella of heterophobia. Legitimate grievances aren't negated by other people having greater concern, especially when those concerns while certainly more obviously important are far more abstracted from this forum than people being routinely shitty on the same forum is. Not that saying something is 'hetshit' is the best example of this on the forum, but there have been plenty of instances of people insisting yuri works are secretly het and stealing space from lesbians that such sentiment should be taken more seriously.
You have to give better arguments than "They don't have Itou Hachi works" to convince me, Yen press "censor" those stories because it's lolicon and it probably clash with IRL laws in western countries.
Why did you put quotes around censor, no one else said "censor". If there were actually laws against it that would be censorship, but as the other poster pointed out Seven Seas has routinely published similar Itou Hachi works in their licensed versions of Parfait among others so it is simply a business decision. In an ideal world the reaction to this decision would involve a lot of lye and a 2 ft deep trench outside of town, but we live in a free market society so I simply stated my opinion on a free market solution to their free market decision which is to not give them money thus causing them a much more slow and agonizing starvation.
I'm not entirely sure of the question, but if it's purely the Onee-loli anthologies you're after, there's 3 volumes that could presumably be read in order. One, Two, Three. From my understanding, none of the volumes have been completely translated yet!
Yes those, thank you! But, IIRC there where also other anthologies that had different food names at the beginning (which also included other topics besides Onee-loli but for now I want to start with only the Onee-loli ones), do you also happen to know how many of those variants are there? (Like, is the "Parfait" version the first one?)