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Where the loli is from

People have been sharing a link to this host in my images directory where where you can see a lolicon girl. People want to know where the image file was used on my site and in what context. I thought I would show people how to answer the question themselves with the Linux shell and the tools grep and wget. I tested this myself on my own shell accounts server.

I thought I should do this is its own directory.

$ mkdir lolihunt
$ cd lolihunt

The first step is to do a recursive wget, this takes a while because I have made so many blogs...

$ wget --recursive --no-parent http://kaizushih5iec2mxohpvbt5uaapqdnbluaasa2cmsrrjtwrbx46cnaid.onion/

Then we simply want to do a search for occurances of loli.png recursively through all of the results of the above...

$ grep -rnw 'kaizushih5iec2mxohpvbt5uaapqdnbluaasa2cmsrrjtwrbx46cnaid.onion' -e "loli.png"

The output from the above command (but I trimmed out the HTML to make creating this blog easier)...

kaizushih5iec2mxohpvbt5uaapqdnbluaasa2cmsrrjtwrbx46cnaid.onion/page.php?q=blog&b=age-of-consent:39

This shows what file matched the search paramaters and what line it occured on.

As you can see, loli.png was used in this blog post where I discuss content policy.

And yes, loli is still fine. The user policy is about human exploitation, not drawings.

Loli is still fine!

These rules were developed while I was still new to western society when I posted that blog in 2020. Keep in mind I used the term pornography referring to nudity not just sexual acts, and I would not anymore. Despite such a low bar standard of 15 years old I have had zero people come to me for hosting such content.

I have thought of updating the user policy to have a rule against people with intentionally bad OPSEC such as pictures of their body and face alongside any illegal behaviour. Yet I do not need to because self-interest alone rules that sort of thing pretty well. And why should snapchat get all the naked teenagers when I could make a buck?

The rule is based on my own standards as a woman simply thinking back to when I might like to have a nude photo and would be able to consent to that. Despite what the user policy and that old blog post says if a sexual act was involved I might change policy. I chose the picture above because of what her hand is saying, because I honestly hav no specific interests here. If you have these interests you should probably get out of the house more, find a nice lady, and marry her.







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