Lolicon hentai games get banned on Steam after Valve *anything goes* policy,one Valve employee is responsible for this
In case no one has heard about this here are a couple of articles about two loli hentai games that just been censored in spite of the fact that Valve has clearly stated that they would not play the role of the morality police and that every game, including porn/hentai ones, has the right to be on Steam as long as it is not illegal.

https://www.oneangrygamer.net/2018/11/maomao-discovery-team-hardcore-loli-rpg-store-page-removed-from-steam/71990/

https://www.oneangrygamer.net/2018/11/imolicious-reportedly-banned-from-steam-for-allegedly-exploiting-children/72008/

More importantly though, apparently the Valve employee responsible for these bans is a guy named Jason Ruymen,as you can see from this screenshot of the message he sent to the developers of Imolicious to inform them that their game had been banned.

https://twitter.com/YumeCreations/status/1062603156868268032

This is his facebook profile.
https://www.facebook.com/jruymen

Please do not harrass him,that counterproductive and helps no one,we should do our best to get the games have been censored back on the Steam store and to make sure instances of censorship and moral policing such as these never happen again.

At the same time Valve should be made aware of what this employee has done and how it has incovenienced a lot of their customers,so complaining to the company about this person is an excellent idea.

With that said as i mentioned before harrassing him is awful and counterproductive,so doing that should be absolutely avoided,just complain about him to Valve.

Also please helpread the news about this in other lolicon and loli friendly hentai communities.
The issue being the key phrase "as long as it is not illegal". Lolicon IS ILLEGAL in most places. As such, Steam has a legal obligation to censor it as they have done.
Virginlover said:
The issue being the key phrase "as long as it is not illegal". Lolicon IS ILLEGAL in most places. As such, Steam has a legal obligation to censor it as they have done.
Games on Steam can be region locked, so just do that. No reason to ban them outright. The real problem here is that even T-rated games without sexual content like The Key to Home are getting banned.
If there's one thing that really makes me angry (and there's not just one, but for the sake of this topic), it's self-righteous cunts like this who make zero distinction between lolicon and child pornography, and will aggressively discourse at you in douchey messages like that like they're the exact same thing.

I don't agree with, but I can at least respect a little, the idea that pedophilia is a mental illness and shouldn't be encouraged, even by fiction. I think that's incorrect, and I also think that even if it wasn't, it's not something that anyone has the right to enforce. But I can respect it a bit. But I have zero respect for idiots who are like "THAT'S A CHILD FBI NOW", they can just go straight to Hell.
Since i have spammed the articles that OneAngryGamer on several boards of 4chan to raise awareness about this issue they banned me for a week and unfortunately in the country where i live 8chan is banned,so can you copy the message i used to start this discussion and post it on the relevant boards on 4chan and 8chan?

Also for those saying that lolicon hentai is illegal,please keep in mind that it is only illegal in Uk,Sweden and Canada.
In latin countries like Italy,Spain and Portugal as well as all of Asia and South American countries and lolicon hentai is perfectly legal.
We had thought the #WaifuHolocaust on Valve's Steam was past. Good Old Games had offered to take refugees from Steam.
This is soo inconsistent. However I think the thing they used as argument against The Key to Home is true, not that it justifies it.

The reason was that it would "attract pedophile audiences", they probably mean pedophile in a very broad way.

Well, the game may not have any sexual content, but the art is easily recognizable as MUK(aka Kagamine Ikka), the guy who draws a lot of (very good) loli hentai. It is obvious that some people would recognize and play it just because is an artist that they know(and they got to know with loli hentai).

It's kinda like the situation I was with Kyou Kara Ore wa Loli no Himo, which was drawn by Henreader, the guy who draws a lot of (very good) loli hentai. I wouldn't ever even care about that light novel if it wasn't by the fact that I could recognize the art of Henreader in the cover art, and I recognized it because I've already read a bunch of his doujins.

The art of those guys are linked with sexual depictions of children, even if it's not always that. It's like a swastika: if you got it on something people will think it's a nazi thing, but it's not always, it's a hindu symbol after all, but those things will inevitably be associated with nazis, and maybe nazis will become interested in them for the sole reason it has their symbol.(That was not a particulary good example, but you get the gist)
Ishikawa draws a lot of loli porn, and he's still getting hired by Capcom and even Nintendo. Funny how that works.
DMSchmidt said:
Ishikawa draws a lot of loli porn, and he's still getting hired by Capcom and even Nintendo. Funny how that works.
Well, to explain this I can say that, first, Japanese companies don't care that much because Japanese people don't care that much.

But, to defend my argument, Ishikawa is not known mainly by the loli porn, unlike Kagamine Ikka and Henreader. Just search their names on Google and it's very clear, Ishikawa is known mostly by it's art in Capcom and Nintendo; Henreader isn't by his work on Kyou Kara and Kagamine isn't by his work on The Key to Home, but by their L O L I P O R N.
Today, Isikawa is best known for his work at Capcom and Nintendo rather than loli eromanga, but which was he known for first? I think it most likely that in the USA or Europe even if he had established a reputation for other content first, they would strongly advise (tell) an artist to cease drawing erotic loli or perhaps dismiss him.