Esurance sidelined its popular animated spokesperson Erin Esurance , then later got rid of her completely , when they realized that the majority of search engine results for "Esurance" were fetishistic artwork starring Erin rather than anything having to do with car insurance. Like the above examples, she's starting to get featured in commercials less and less, in some cases only appearing as a voice. Anime and Manga Japanese manga and anime artists and companies have very little qualms about fans making erotic doujinshi of their worlds, or even selling them; in fact, many famous manga and anime artists started their careers doing just that , and some of them still dabble in the pastime. This is buffered by the very low print runs of such work though this is somewhat compensated by most doujinshi being downloadable at sites.
Origin[ edit ] The exact origin of Rule 34 is unknown, though it may have originated from a webcomic , captioned "Rule 34 There is porn of it. Rule 34 first appeared on Urban Dictionary in , submitted by user Nukeitall, who claimed the adage was commonly used on a variety of message boards. Then on October 12th that year, the rule was included in the original "Rules of the Internet" list on the Internet culture wiki Encyclopedia Dramatica. In , users of the imageboard 4chan posted numerous sexually explicit parodies and cartoons illustrating Rule