The problem with adult suits is there is no way to tell who is in the suit, and more often than not, people use adult fursuiters as an excuse to post images containing their penis. Most of the suits are sexually usable suits, and that crosses the boundaries of legality I am not prepared to cross. Nor am I going to put the site or community at legal risk for mature fursuits.
i hate to say, but nearly most suits can be modded for sexual nature without displaying it, using reversed zippers, snaps, or wich ever...
so why don't just ban all suits, and you don't have to worry about weather or not it's mature ornot?
however, on a more serious note
what about suits that are not explicit in explicit poses?
also a question on flooding, are you talking about art styles? like if some one draws 10 pics and posts them after another, is that flooding?
or if it's some sort of photo shoot where there were several shots of a character or object in various poses or still lifes, not the same photo over and over but it's the same sceen but from different angles and composures?
are all photos that include people banned?
question on the mature nature of things, mostly about the adult fursuits: doesn't the "adult" label content filter sorta waive the "legal" mumble jumble, you have to be 18 or older to post adult art, you have to be 18 or older to view adult art. a fursuit should still be technically "Art" and not considered an "act" because it would lay in the textiles medium...
also, shouldn't you be able to tell who's in the suit, relative to proportion?
anyways, i'm not really trying to ruffle feathers, i'm just trying to get a better understanding on why things have felt they needed to change.... was their a lawsuit?
I'm sorry, i have to add something here, that just struck me as odd...
holes put into plushies.... sextoys...and other things are prohibited because they might have something to do with sex, but are not currently in the act....
There was a law like that in Kansas 3 or so years ago that got slipped in with a childpornography act.. simply put, it deamed all sex toys, lingerie, certain shoes, leather garments, and a huge, huge list of things that were "sexually obscene". It was written in a way, that it wasn't noticed when the bill was passed. all of a sudden several sex shops were almost run out of business before some one noticed what was going on.
Long story short, it didn't hold up what so ever in court, and the horrifying subsidiary bill was amended and abolished, thankgod.