The future of NSFW

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#201 by yorhel
2020-03-03 at 14:09
If I were to substitute the word "death" with "torture", do you think it would be a false statement
It would not be a false statement in the sense that the statement said nothing about whether it should be "violent" or "brutal", but that's pedantry. :)
I do certainly think that torture in itself scores a lot less on the violence scale than actions leading to death.
#202 by skorpiondeath
2020-03-05 at 20:27
Even if partially out of topic I think we should have the sexual flag (Safe,Suggestive,Explicit or just Safe,Explicit) for character images too. To avoid useless cropping of images.
#203 by naiohoras
2020-03-10 at 09:45
link I just want to share this amazing VN's title which fit this thread perfectly.
#204 by rampaa
2020-03-23 at 05:31
Just going to point out some rules I disagree with.

Front covering swimsuits (including the school swimsuits in two parts, and normal full cup bikinis should be considered safe, unless they are stretched by visibly erect nipples.
Disagreed. See: t13541.134, t13541.137, t13541.139

Wearing a bath towel that covers everything without showing implicit anatomy, should be treated the same as wearing a swimsuit and be "safe".
Disagreed because of the same reasons above.

Erect nipples that only mildly stretch the material can still be considered "safe", in case of the image lacking any other suggestive elements
Disagreed. I think the presence of pronounced nipples should always make the image at least suggestive.
#205 by beliar
2020-03-23 at 16:53
Front covering swimsuits (including the school swimsuits in two parts, and normal full cup bikinis should be considered safe, unless they are stretched by visibly erect nipples.
Disagreed. See: t13541.134, t13541.137, t13541.139
The issue is highly debatable. No matter what each side says, it's impossible to fully agree on this issue, as the people have very different ideas what "suggestive" means.
You said that you don't see much difference between link and link, while to me the difference is immense and I would consider the second picture safe.
The swimsuits are more socially acceptable than underwear in public, and while I get your point that the acceptability is highly dependable on the context, I still don't see most swimsuits as "suggestive"
But that's the beauty of voting in regards to image flagging. The so called rules are only guidelines, and people will judge each individual picture by themselves. If most people say the picture is "suggestive", it will be suggestive. The mods will only step in if the image is very clearly incorrectly labeled or there is a huge discrepancy between the votes.

Wearing a bath towel that covers everything without showing implicit anatomy, should be treated the same as wearing a swimsuit and be "safe".
Disagreed because of the same reasons above.
I personally haven't seen a single bathtowel image I would consider "suggestive", but that's just me.

Disagreed. I think the presence of pronounced nipples should always make the image at least suggestive.
I personally think there is a huge difference between the images like link and link. The little nubs in the second image do not qualify for "suggestive" as far as I'm concerned. But as I said, people will vote.
#206 by skorpiondeath
2020-03-23 at 17:05
Thing is rampaa that we don't want to fill guidelines with every kind of possible outcome. There are images that can be suggestive or highly sexual even respecting the "safe" guidelines.
Check for example our supreme goddess Mamiya Marie (link) that image is overly sexualized even without considering the panties sneak peek.
There will always be some degree of personal interpretation, so there will be cases where people will fight over what "pronounced" in pronounced nipple will actually means. Having the voting system helps in that regard, because after enlighten users with major guidelines that should be respected than minor details are of personal judgement.Last modified on 2020-03-23 at 17:06

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