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How about we don't censor any content?

VeryEnd生栄寿利 4 years ago updated by Varka (Spokesdragon) 4 years ago 4

If you don't like some certain type of content, FurryNetwork has a tag blocker.

I personally feel that you can't censor some kinks/tags just because you don't feel comfortable with them.


Someone uncomfortable with cubs? Banned. Someone uncomfortable with watersports? Banned. Musk? Banned. This ends nowhere, damages everything and for what purpose? Exactly.


If you are really fragile to some content- again, you can block it for yourself. Don't ruin others days because of it. Also- drawn cub is in most countries not illegal since you can't put an age on a drawing.


I'm not talking about the owners of the site. Their personal life has nothing to do with running an art site.


I know it's not really an idea- but I post this since I'd hate to see a site get ruined by SJWs and hope that there are others who share this idea.

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Hey all -


The underlying issue raised in the original post ("People should be able to block content they don't like") is covered in our Blacklist functionality (which is working right now), and by the Default Blacklist feature request, covered here: https://support.furrynetwork.com/topics/872-default-blacklist-for-squicky-content/ ).


Given the fact this isn't really an idea, more an inflammatory statement of opinion, I'll be closing this as 'completed' (as we have blacklists implemented).

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Pretty much the only thing I'd want censored on this website is real world pornography and violent activities, as it has nothing to do with an art site anyway.


Also love how anybody who just wants free speech (which is what art falls under) gets downvoted to oblivion, way to go mob mentality!

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Support freedom of expression and provide instructions to those who want to block tags from being displayed. Poster is right, if everything offensive is blocked then in the end the whole site will be blocked.

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Now if we could get some popufur on the bandwagon to post a journal, maybe this could get some traction.

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Hey all -


The underlying issue raised in the original post ("People should be able to block content they don't like") is covered in our Blacklist functionality (which is working right now), and by the Default Blacklist feature request, covered here: https://support.furrynetwork.com/topics/872-default-blacklist-for-squicky-content/ ).


Given the fact this isn't really an idea, more an inflammatory statement of opinion, I'll be closing this as 'completed' (as we have blacklists implemented).

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