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Should FA have a way to block out certain submission types?

Should FA have a way to block out certain NSFW "types"?

  • Yes

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • No

    Votes: 2 66.7%

  • Total voters
    3
  • Poll closed .

ReeseDobie

Queen Dobie
If the "cub" is in fact a minor it's not allowed, and chances are we've just not seen it. Report it.

If it's an adult in a diaper, that's a different story, and while I respect that it's not your thing, it's not cub.

No. I think yesterday I stumbled across implied cub porn. Not an adult in a diaper.
 

SSJ3Mewtwo

Well-Known Member
No. I think yesterday I stumbled across implied cub porn. Not an adult in a diaper.

That just goes back to the advice Mungo gave earlier. If you see a submission you feel is against the rules, please report it with a trouble ticket.
 

AnonTheMouse

New Member
Does making a small change to the tagging system - or even the search system, because I'd absolutely settle for a "Does not contain the following tags" option in the search options - really require changing the entire site? Wouldn't it only require changing how the tags are read?
 

quoting_mungo

Well-Known Member
There is already an option to exclude keywords from search results; use
Code:
@keywords -undesiredtag1 -undesiredtag2
Advanced tag filtering is... a lot more involved, I'm afraid.
 

Simo

Professional Watermelon Farmer
Like many things in life, I just tend to ignore or skip past what I don't want to dwell on.

I mean, Hell, if there was a way to block out Donald Trump from the news in general, that'd be amazing, but life exposes people to stuff they don't like, and you just have to find ways to deal with it...thus, I have never spent too much time pondering filters, and the like: it's something one learns do do internally: that is to say: learn not to be too upset so that it makes you overly unhinged. Concerned, yes, but one has to strike a certain level of equanimity to stay sane in this world, just generally, both on and off of forums and the net.
 

PoptartPresident

A teen chatter box
I don't think so...
People should be responsible enough to know that a lot of the content posted here, and on the main website mainly revolves around 18+ Content. And that included fetishes.

If someone is going to post something 18+, I think there is already a way to allow a filter for that.
And those who fail to use that filter when they should really use it can take the problem to the moderators.

What you're wishing for is basically impossible right now because there are literally infinite ways to create, and view artwork. You cannot simply label them all with tags.
 

Yvvki

Sassy lesser panda.
My reason for wanting this is because people don't tag their fetish art under mature, they tag it for the general audience and it makes me scared to even brows through it... :C
Even if it's not showing any genitalia, it's still meant to be seen as mature. It just bothers me.... :C
And before you tell me to turn on the SWF, it IS on! :C I am having this problem with it on!
 

AustinB

Professional loser
Yes. I don't want to see that horrible fetish art every time I log on. I almost threw up a few times from seeing some of the crap some of these "people" draw. Please FA admins. Please add a block option for the fetish art. I just don't want to deal with it anymore. You could add a feature where you add a filter option for fetish art, and the artists that don't comply by adding the filter to their art could get banned if they're reported by members of the community. Meaning less work for the admin team. I'm pretty sure the admins wouldn't want to swim through thousands of fetish pictures just to deal with that.
 

quoting_mungo

Well-Known Member
the artists that don't comply by adding the filter to their art could get banned if they're reported by members of the community. Meaning less work for the admin team.
Who do you think would be reviewing those reports? Santa's helper elves? :V

Either way, yes, we totally get that a filter is something a lot of people want, and it may be a good idea in concept, but not something easily tacked onto our current codebase.
 
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