In an interview with people from Tone Works, a Japanese eroge maker, they revealed that some users where unhappy with depictions of condom usage in their last released work - Hoshi Ori Yume Mirai.
Some user even went as far to say that the heroine's virginity was stolen by the condom,
For their upcoming work, Gin'iro Haruka, Tone Works will appearently lessen the amount of depictions of condom usage in sex scenes.
How do you feel about this situations? Are complains from Japanese eroge users reasonable? Is it okay to demand eroge heroines to take it raw?
>it's not like the people who bought it will ever fuck a girl
That's prejudice. Wanting to experience romance with cute anime girls doesn't mean you'll never fuck a real girl.
Although your point about it being fiction is good - it's a fantasy, so might go as well go all the way with pandering.
>it's okay when america does it.
I don't see many pornstars, neither amateur or professional using condoms either.
They asked why their consumers didn't like the product, the consumers responded. It's a nukige, if something makes the sex scene less appealing for you, it will just be trash.
How this has anything to do with SJW?
Hoshi Ori is not a nukige, but a jun'ai game. Although that only strengthens the argument. If the point of the game is to depict an idealistic version of romance, it's prudent to go all the way.
Japanese users also complained about a scene about vibrators in Hanasaki Workspring, a VN from last year.
Basically a heroine said to the MC that she felt better with a vibrator and then jokingly suggested she'll get a new boyfriend if he doesn't get better.
Some Japanese users were also very unhappy about this. Is this reasonable?
It's just those Japs being oversensitive. They'll probably never get a girl much less get to the point where they can bone them unless they're from some high up prestigious family or pay them cash to do the do. This and an onahole are the closest they're going to get to sex so it's their way or the highway as far as they're concerned.