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#2501 by mrkew
2021-05-02 at 18:44
< report >Well personally adult breast feeding seems obvious. The one who breastfeeds is the one who engages in it. The one who's breasfed is the subject. Meanwhile armpit sex I understand might be confusing to some, because there are some scenes where a man "uses" a girl's armpit to pleasure himself. Same for legjob. It's something like cowgirl where a person who doesn't know how it works here might tag a girl with engages in cowgirl, because she's the one moving.
#2502 by skorpiondeath
2021-05-02 at 18:50
< report >To make it clear again here in VNDB the "moving" doesn't take a factor upon deciding if someone is subject of or engages in.
If we used the moving as a discrimination factor upon deciding "engages in" and "subject of" then even a normal blowjob vs irrumatio could lead to a clusterfuck mess of "engages in" vs "subject of".
That will just bring confusion and nobody would find what he is looking for.

Yes this rule should be made clear somewhere, probably we could write it down in FAQ and link it in the aforementioned traits or just make it clear in the description.Last modified on 2021-05-02 at 18:51
#2503 by beliar
2021-05-02 at 18:52
< report >
Maybe we can clarify here too, the one giving milk "Engages in" while the one sucking is "Subject of". It's the same for Nipple Sucking, but at least in Nipple Sucking's description is made well explicit how to use it.
Not sure if I'm stupid, but Nipple Sucking traits are inverted in relation to Adult Breast Feeding traits, which is what caused a confusion for me.

The description says that "Engages in Nipple Sucking" means they suck the nipples. but its child trait "Engages in Adult Breast Feeding" somehow means they are the ones whose nipples are getting sucked.

Shouldn't the traits be aligned?
#2504 by barfboy
2021-05-02 at 20:13
< report >Uhhh, I just realized
Grey
You have two opposite spellings of the word "Gray". One in the title and one in the description. This could be confusing. In America "Grey" is an archaic spelling of the word. In Britain "Grey" is more common.

You should perhaps make the spelling the same in both the title and description with the other in 'Alias'.
That's the way it is in
Grey

Just being pedantic.
#2505 by barfboy
2021-05-05 at 21:13
< report >What do you call these ... uh, hanging nipple cover things?
Kyun-Kyun na Olganite
Yumegasaki Mako

First time I ever knew what they were was Azur Lane's Sirius
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#2506 by mrkew
2021-05-05 at 22:18
< report >They're calling breast curtains, or at least that's the name of the tag on boorus.
#2507 by barfboy
2021-05-06 at 02:10
< report >Should we call them that too? I don't see any real world example, so this is fiction only, like Santa Claus and Queen Elizabeth II
#2508 by fllthdcrb
2021-05-06 at 18:33
< report >Seems reasonable, and there doesn't appear to be any better authority.
#2509 by jobforabrokeboi
2021-05-09 at 03:18
< report >Would it be worth splitting the "Domestic Violence" trait into 2 specific traits? Like maybe "Domestic Violence (Comedy)" and "Domestic Violence (Abuse)"
#2510 by naiohoras
2021-05-09 at 05:37
< report >nvmLast modified on 2021-05-09 at 05:40

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