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BDNeon
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11:19:23 AM Dec 31st 2013
Too lazy to do it myself, but there are an extreme number of entries in this area that belong in the "Animals lack attributes" trope page instead. This is only for human/humanoid examples.
OneInTwenty
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12:04:51 AM Nov 17th 2011
What about mention of the shadows covering the genitalia? Only reason why I remembered thought to bring this up is I thought it looked like pubic hair when I was too young to understand implied lighting/shadowing in animation.
AkivaraPrime
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10:19:50 PM Nov 5th 2011
So what would you call the "worksafe" version of this? That is, nipples on girls and genitalia in general are never seen because they're covered up by clothes, but exposed lower legs/arms have no body hair, and shirtless dudes don't have any nipples or body hair (and in more extreme cases, shirtless dudes/midriff-baring girls have no bellybuttons).
BigT
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05:49:18 AM Jun 10th 2010
Conversation in the Main Page. I've condensed it as best I can.

  • The boys of South Park are occasionally rendered without genitals. The exception is Cartman, who appears to have a tail.
    • There have been some other examples as well... Amusingly, this seems to be the one thing South Park avoids (sometimes), once again proving that sex and nudity are much worse than blood and guts or feces.
      • Well, they ARE children, you pervert.
      • So American children never get naked? Is innocent child nudity so wrong? Japaneses, with all their pervert sexual fantasies, ironically handle this issue much better, accepting it as natural.
        • A) Such fine details wouldn't mesh with the art style. B) The show gets away with a metric ton of crap - that'd likely be the straw that broke the camel's back.
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