But we did get confirmed ages for the Trial Captains in Sun and Moon (being between 11-19). Lana and Acerola obviously look below 18, making them off-limits, but Mallow and Mina could be either 18 or 19.
You should read more carefully, as I said her game version, as with the majority if characters in Pokèmon, do not have a canon age and therefore you can not accuse people of objectifying minors due to the fact that a lot of them probably arent even minors.
Yeah, it's creepy when they're minors but only if the person attracted to them is older. Like there are plenty of kids who are attracted to characters within an appropriate age range for them. I've never denied that older people being seriously attracted to minors is creepy. In fact I routinely make it known that young characters should not be talked about like that? I don't know what you're trying to say here.
Reading through this thread, it appears that I'm not the only one in PC who finds people who are attracted to fictional minors "creepy," though most of the comments are against violence on said fictional minors.
?_? it's pretty clear that the entire thread is a silly joke tho don't take it so seriously. there are the weird ones around but like? most people in there are just going off the rails with silly speculation for the lulz
Moving this to VM so the thread doesn't go off-topic:
Originally Posted by Aquacorde
is this a joke lol
I'm not kidding, you should already know how I feel about these type of topics when applying real life laws with fictional characters. If people are willing to marrying fictional characters, which believe me they have happened before, then they must also apply to those laws just like every other real humans. Pokémon are still animals without consent just like real animals, so thinking or even attempting to marry one would break the rules against beastiality.
I don't recall any articles of the sort- all I've seen for that kind of thing is simple speculation. There is this Hidaka interview which attributes the switch of Pokémon girls to a matter of switching up the "eye candy".