Perverts and pirates 2

Will the problem of hentai piracy end?😯

☺We all have our favorites.
Stuff we consider to be timeless. That’s not so for manga. Because they are some many,A lot of manga may only be consumed once by anyone.

After pirating manga there’s very little incentive to turn around and actually purchase it.😕

Owning a physical copy is one possible incentive, but Ofcourse, for hardcore fans ,😎there’s a certain novelty in owning them but there’s just not much beyond that.

And I think maybe buying into a subscription of legal sites helps add value over time. But that too is subject to piracy. It’s a difficult problem.😁

According to XenotheWise135

“Saying piracy is a service problem is attacking a small aspect of why it happens in the first place.

As it stands, the fact of the matter is that people don’t want to spend their money. You can try and make it a moral dilemma and claim these people don’t care about authors, but at the end of the day piracy in its purest form relies not on ease of use, but on the ease of obtaining.

It is far easier to just run on over to hitomi, where every fetish in every language is fully presented to you and allows for heavily specified filtered searching.

Seeing as the alternative is to make an account, punch in your credit card, give up a substantial service fee, and all for access to dramatically reduced and hyper-focused content.”

Choosing subscription sites will never be the optimal way to fap with the norm.😧 It is simply the moral way, and people who do so are sacrificing a lot to support artists overseas.

Piracy is chosen because piracy works and will never stop working, but this will in no will stop the artists from making the much needed Material😥..its a win win i guess.

Beside,fans not wanting to take the narrow way with Hentai😬,not many sites are diverse in comparison to piracy; has its variety of content and is flexibility.

if a company is legitimately selling them,each work has their individual value to the company and have limited prints.😣😤

so just because a company is selling legitimate works,they don’t cover every fan..which is,what it is.

Companies like Fakku just started its subscription services.Wondering whether they would work right away is pretty unfair. They’ve only been at it for less than 5yrs, these things take time.

It’s all about availability and diversity . I truly believe that with the right price and availability, piracy would be a very small problem in this world but not end.😊

With Fakku and Project H trying really hard to bring eromanga to the masses (and, for the most part, succeeding), things might maybe improve all in all 😮.

And when you look at licensing and markets around the global most of the h manga is still in its infancy in places like Europe and Africa.so fans say “hey piracy or nothing”😷

When Porn is put into the mix,with money in this age of mass information,things get even muddier:because of aggregators like PornHub, people think that paying for porn is just weird.😂😑

Being a fair customer seems harder. And the pirate doesn’t care about anything except getting what he wants. 🙌There’s nobody except basically hardcore fans (and some scanlators) encouraging others to give back.

The reality is that it’s probably always going to be easier to pirate than to not pirate. That’s just the reality of the material being distributed. But if you can make it not a huge pain in the ass to be legit: You’ll have people willing to be legit.👍

Nothing will stop piracy, doesn’t mean people don’t want to be able to pay for their content and enjoy products targeted at them for once.👀lets just watch and see.

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