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Ini ada keratan tentang definasi beberapa perkataan Jepun yang berkenaan, dari aspek bahasa:
"'hentai' is a negative word in Japanese, meaning sick, weird, abnormal, deviant, and is not used as a genre label, and has nothing to do with cartoons. It sounds silly at best, and disturbing at worst, to Japanese speakers. It is equivalent to an English speaker saying "sicko animation" over and over again. Like, "I watched some sicko this weekend." "I love sicko!" "Where can I get some sicko pictures?" It sounds weird to use it as genre label, even if you do think animation with sex scenes is sick, but it sounds even worse to people that are fans of whatever it is you are calling sick, so if you don't mean to be intentionally insulting, it is best avoided.
'H', pronounced 'etchi,' is a separate word from 'hentai.' While it is believed to have originated from the first letter of 'hentai' some fifty years ago (it is worth noting that there are also multiple other theories for the origin of the word 'etchi') if it ever meant 'sick/weird/abnormal,' it no longer does. In modern Japanese, it is merely a soft word for 'sex' or 'sexual' and does not specifically carry any negative connotation, although depending on context and tone of voice it can be used to mean 'naughty' or 'lewd.' 'H anime' isn't really the standard way to refer to adult animation in Japan (it's usually called just 'adult(adaruto) anime' or 'ero anime' or sometimes 'bishoujo anime') but it is OK as a generic description of what it is: 'sex animation.'
'sukebe' is applied to people, and means the same thing as 'etchi' when applied to a person: it accuses them of thinking of sex too much or being more interested in sex than is appropriate.
In recent years, the word 'pervert' in English has come to take on a very light meaning, being used to describe someone who shows any interest in sex whatsoever, not just deviant or weird sex, and thus these days it is often used in a way that is very similar to the way 'sukebe' is used. But the old meaning of 'pervert' as 'sick/twisted/adnormal' is stronger than the meaning of 'sukebe' and equivalent to the Japanese meaning of 'hentai.' ""