I must just be a naive Wiki-newbie and missing something obvious here because this can't have occured only to me and escaped everybody else. But it seems to me that the problem with re-submitting the LS Studios article, under that title, is largely semantic. By that I mean, it's just a question of using sufficiently neutral, objective language like, "People who claim to have viewed the material report that the models appear to enjoy posing and treat the whole exercise as a funny game"; and, "Press reports of 'child pornography' studios in Ukraine being raided by police, and the organisers being prosecuted, in , are widely believed to refer to LS Studios, or to the production of material under that trademark, though this has never been confirmed by official sources". Then you could identify and list the themes and topics that the LS phenomenon involves and relates to with links to other Wiki entries which explain them in more detail. All of these are highly emotive and hotly contested, so how can you possibly deal with this in the factual and neutral manner of an encyclopedia? By typing: "These issues are highly emotive and hotly contested".
Talk:2004 Ukrainian child pornography raids/Archive 1
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