Dutch poster here, haven't heard anything about anti-loli laws. Loli has never been borderline illegal here, either (like in the US where it's practically illegal due to obscenity laws). Last I checked only realistic non-photographic pornographic material depicting minors (that is, traced or filtered CP) is illegal here (though theoretically I suppose very realistic loli could fall under that). That said...>>2871960
Laws that are currently in effect are properly categorized and easy to check. However, the administration for laws that are not yet in effect is a huge mess and it requires a lot of effort (and probably expertise) to find what you're looking for. I recently tried doing so with a law that was about to go into effect (the "appverbod" which forbids people from using electronic devices while riding a bike) and I simply wasn't able to find the exact wording of the upcoming law until the day it actually went into effect. News media were also completely worthless on this despite it being a highly controversial and much-publicized law, talking only about how you're no longer allowed to hold your phone while riding a bike while every single one of them ignored important details like how it also counts for MP3 players among other devices. If new legislation were passed that criminalizes loli there's definitely a chance it would fly under everyone's radar.