What if the pokemon world is a colony world different from earth?
>high level of technology & medicine despite sparsely populated rural areas being vastly dominant, having few large cities >the allowance of children to career explore the world that people still don't understand >pokemon are alien-like
>>25037288 Sinnoh is most likely, has the library section on it and is in general a region focused heavily on tradition and reverence for the old ways. Most likely very uncommon though.
Johto is old timey too, but due to the proximity to Kanto and how much I think pokephilia would be very much scorned in Kanto (since Kanto has more technology and poison types/pollution) it wouldn't fly too much.
Every other region is various levels of "probably not."
>>25037596 >furfags literally have a "test" to justify their disgusting impulses
Jesus fucking Christ. I STILL wish to this very day, and have since I wandered onto this magical place called the internet, that all furfags would kill themselves or that some savior would genocide them all.
It's literally an animal. No significant difference between this and fucking a dolphin, horse, dog or any other animal.
Just fucking DIE. Make your world a better place. DO IT. No one likes you. DIE
Pokemon are friends. Loyal companion that stick with you and form bonds through facing adversity together. They are for hug NOT for fug. The best thing you can do for your trusted partner is to find or catch a worthy mate in the same egg-group as them.
I would personally go out with my Mega Fug and kill every pokefucker I met. If, and I pray every day for this to happen, the Pokemon world replaced our own.
It's a test for Sci-Fi aliens, named after the character Jack Harkness from Doctor Who. Pokemon just pass it, being considered Xenophilia. Were you touched as a child in your naughty bits or something? This makes Fox News look like Buddhists.
Animals are animals and are a separate thing in canon, pokemon are pokemon. Some pokemon are super computers, spirits, fairies, and slimes. Some are bipedal and aren't any animal in particular like the hitmons or the abra line.
Maybe it's still beastiality with a vaporeon but just because something is a pocket monster doesn't mean it's animal tier. It's like saying humans are dog tier because we're animals.
>>25039994 Let me ask you this. If the Pokemon can speak to you, say...an Abra with the ability to speak telepathically to you. And let's say it's...of age. And let's say it actually asks if it can have this relationship with me. If it wants it and has specifically asked for it, why can't I?
We rarely get past the xenophilia discussion but one thing that could actually prevent you from marrying or having a relationship with something like gardevoir, hitmonchan, alakhazam, gengar, or metagross and other pokemon is the dynamic of your relationship.
Is it ethical to keep your spouse in a pokeball, even if rarely? Sure they could consent, maybe even write on paper that they're fine with it. But it could border on a type of slavery or seen as an abuse of power if you throw in whatever laws there are about trainers keeping pokemon and any legal power it gives them.
In that case, what if you could have a relationship with pokemon but...
>you may have to release them first >if you don't you still can't be any kind of registered trainer or compete in any leagues, battles, or contests. This includes using other pokemon for battle, leagues, or contests
>>25040145 That sounds fair. Thoe are actually good questions. And you kina brought up that point, which I would think is fair. It's probably unethical to use that Pokemon to battle anyway, as it's your mate.
>>25040145 This is only reasonable, as it otherwise violates the nature of consent. We can't have trainers going around forcing themselves on captured pokemon by using the pokeball as a control method.
>>25040068 I think Xanax would just make me even more upset via benzorage. I'll take some speed and maybe some psychedelics if you have any, though.
Also >comparing a humanoid alien with a slithering snake thing Remember the myth of the minotaur?
>>25040100 That's a lot of "let's say..." you got there m8. Say your dog gains the ability to speak telepathically. Say it is... of age. Say it wants to have this relationship with you. Why can't you? Because it's your DOG YOU FUCKING SICK DELUSIONAL FUCK.
This Abra is obviously non-existent but the same principle applies.
Let's replace "Abra" with any other taboo fetish. Say your daughter. Is of age. Can speak telepathically. Asks for this relationship.
Why don't you fuck her? BECAUSE IT'S YOUR CHILD YOU SICK FUCK.
It's taboo for a reason, because anyone with properly placed neurons sees the inherent disgust in it. What about the birth defects, the societal consequences, the shattering of a once beautiful parent/child relationship for a cheap lust driven thrill that invariably collapses for the worst of both participants? Not to mention the strange "Oh shit, I just fucked my child" feeling in the morning.
Let's think of your hypothetical Abra. Now think, what about the incompatibility of genes? The possible strange Pokemon/human diseases. The difference in physical features and body functions of the two. The shattering of a once beautiful human/Pokemon partner relationship in favor of a godforsaken lust splurge? UNDENIABLY INSANE AND OUTRAGEOUS
Not to mention the weird "oh fuck, I just got fucked by my Pokemon" feeling the day after.
Now, this post isn't complete with the mandatory: KILL YOURSELF YOU POKEPHILIAC FURFAGGOT SHIT
>>25040780 Your only argument is, "but it's icky". Great, you find these things disgusting. Why should that affect the ability of others to partake? The main arguments against bestiality and pedophilia are that the subjects can't meaningfully consent. In this case, however, it's obvious that they can. So why is it wrong?
I think this could be its own thread but what the hell, I'll post it here since it's semi-relevant. It's only food for thought anyway.
One interesting thing about the Sinnoh myths, or what you're mostly supposed to take away from the story, is that humans are or were a type of pokemon. Although, as we know real animals are a thing. http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Animals. Initially I chalked that up to humans just having a more glamorous origin than in the real world, which is just being a really smart ape that got too smart. That's standard in fantasy stuff. Then I remembered that the Sinnoh myths were talking about the past. Meaning humans were pokemon. Obviously trainers aren't breathing fire or splitting earth so that makes sense.
Which made me wonder: What are pokemon?
Someone could just say that it's any product of Arceus &/or mew or something like that, which may throw a wrench into what I'm about to say, but the existence of certain pokemon do the same to pokegod. Pokemon is really broad category. We have inorganic pokemon, ghosts, aliens, beings that spawn from things like pollution, and quasi-animals. Obviously they can't all be related to the Arceus/Mew thing.
Maybe a lot of those quasi-animals ARE animals but also pokemon, and that's where I found my hypothesis.
Maybe a Pocket Monster, or just monster, is "any abnormally powerful and dangerous organism". Which means when humans lost whatever powers they had is when they ceased to be pokemon. It's a huge, broad category like UFO. A UFO could be someone's homemade quadcopter or it could be a flying saucer. A pokemon could be a fairy elf or a dumb fire breathing goat.
To make this more relevant to the topic. This would mean aside from Trainer/Pokemon dynamics as said here >>25040145 No organization of any kind would fully base their interspecies relationship laws or rules on whether something was a pokemon or not but rather based on what it actually is aside from the pokemon classification.
>>25041481 Still less degenerate than western europe. In progressive circles the US is considered too puritan and conservative but in conservative circles it's considered the most degenerate. It can only be one of those things.
Part of what always bugged me about mew were alien and mons like muk. Then there's 'pokemon' that obviously aren't related like porygon, which is cheating but it technically is part of the pokedex and all. And then you could argue most genderless pokemon might not even have genes.
Anyway, from a certain perspective these ideas don't need to contradict each other. You could say mew is ancestor of all or most life in general. Humans would be a good example. Since humans were, or are, they are also a descendant of mew. And they're not so impressive now in terms of doing cool pokemon stuff. It could also be that humans weren't the only organism to power down and become animals so that would work as well. Most of this thinking stems from the existence of real animals in the games and humans relation to all of that.
>>25040780 >Comparing sex with a non-human intelligent creature to incest.
I'm confused, you arguement is that it's wrong because it's your dog, or your Pokemon?
Who the hell ever said it was your dog/Pokemon that wanted to have this relationship with you? Or do you think that the only way it could get to a romantic point is if you owned them first? Hate to break it to you, but relationships happen everyday without one of the two partners having owned the other.
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