Written by Flamecaster, edited by Otaku Apologist

Anti-pornographic crusaders at the “National Center on Sexual Exploitation” (formerly “Morality in Media”) have taken credit for Steam’s forced removal of eroge from their platform, having long fulminated against Valve in their quest to remove sex and service from video games.

An article published by the organization gloated about their accomplishments in “creating a better world”, their executive director also provided a statement:

Steam hosts approximately 35 million users who are children and teenagers, yet it also has hosted video games that promote themes of sexual violence, exhibitionism, and rape, often depicting child-like characters in sexual scenes. It’s about time that the video game community is responding to this #MeToo moment, and is distancing itself from gamified sexual violence.

Some game developers are claiming that Valve is ‘censoring’ them, but Valve is a private company that can—and should—make decisions based on creating a safe and user-friendly environment for its users.

When video games include sexually graphic and degrading themes the user is not only a voyeur but an active participant in staging the scene. As our society suffers from the consequences of campus sexual assault, military sexual assault, and rising child-on-child sexual abuse, we see that normalizing the sexual use (and often abuse) of others in video games is irresponsible on the corporate and social level.

We thank Steam for its decision and encourage other gaming sites and stores to follow their lead.

The NCOSE apparently took advantage of the SJWs and left-leaning media organizations to put pressure on Valve to do their bidding and remove “sexually explicit” games from Steam, with such groups demanding the removal or alteration of service-laden games for years.

Their campaign previously persuaded the cowardly prudes at Steam to ban links that lead to decensor patches.

Now Steam is threatening developers with either removing the adult content from their games or having them be removed from the platform altogether; however, it seems this only applies to titles with superior Japanese art-styles as big name explicit titles such as Grand Theft Auto and The Witcher have gone totally unscathed…

Since the issue came to light, several more developers have been hit with threats of removal, such as Winged CloudTop Hat StudiosWinter Wolves GamesSekai ProjectDharker Studio and MangaGamer.

The NCOSE seems to want all of the games containing sex and ecchi content removed from the platform, but it’s obvious Valve isn’t targeting mainstream AAA titles like “Grand Theft Auto V”, “Metro: Last Light”, “The Witcher” or “Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus”.

Nevertheless, the NCOSE has been around for decades under different monikers, constantly trying to get porn and sex censored in media. With Leftist-media consistently targeting and creating moral panics around gaming culture any time sexually attractive women are on display, it will continue to grow the platform and give power back to pro-censorship groups like the NCOSE who actually do want to take your games away.

The silver lining is that by cucking themselves to corrupt socialists and moralists, Valve are leaving a market opening for competing services like MangaGamer, Nutaku, JAST USA, Groupees, and Fakku, who can then service the customers that the bloated, rotting monopoly of Steam has chosen to ignore.

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