For adults, [nsfw] or similar is enough. If they don't get it the first time, they'll learn. (And NSFW is fairly standard at this point.)Is that really an allowable course though, since Journals are viewable by any and all people visiting the site, regardless of filters or if they are even a member of this site? Anyone could just come to the site and click on the links in journals, let alone a child who might not even know what a [nsfw] tag next to a link means.
For minors, I don't actually care. We don't host the content so the responsibility doesn't fall on our shoulders. If their parents don't want their kids accessing that content, they are free to install any of a number of commercially available or free content filters.
Technically, yes. But the line between "art" and "porn" is ill-defined and it's much easier to just say no to all of it.Wouldn't that just fall under "mature"? I always thought mature entitled tasteful/artistic nudity with no explicit sexual content, whereas adult was just good old fashioned sex (or raunchy, kinky sex, whatever have you).
I'm going with "no" on that one.Hmm, good to know. Can they wear a strap on and eff each other?
Because once it involves real people, it's governed by a whole new set of laws we don't want to touch with a ten foot pole.Also, might I ask why you do not want to see humans?
I believe the rules say no nudity at all. This is largely an ass-covering move.So... As long as a peen isn't shown (on any pics hosted by you) you're OK with it?
I'll defer to an actual admin on that one...Can we allow Sexual photographs within the Fursuit Section (as long as human penzor isn't shown) and include links within submissions (that are tagged as adult) to other sites that show everything?