I apologize if this thread is inappropriate to make, but due to the locking of the other one, this is the only way for me to voice this thought.
Another website, Eka's Portal, has an opt-in forum for those who wish to discuss underage vore. If you don't opt in to receive access to this section of the forum, it's as if it doesn't exist -- you can't see it, it doesn't appear in search results, you can't be linked to it.
Why not employ a similar measure for cub art? Add another category that users can opt into seeing, similar to the Adult and Explicit tags. If the user doesn't opt in to see cub art, it's completely hidden from them. This way anybody who is uncomfortable with the subject matter doesn't need to worry about seeing it (unless the artist fails to add it to the appropriate category, but the same is true if they fail to tag a work properly for blacklists), and anybody who wants to see/produce cub art doesn't have to worry about being censored.
I'm not a fan of cub art myself, but I'm also not a fan of censorship based on the wishes of the majority. In my eyes it's a slippery slope -- if you ban one thing, why not ban another? If people are uncomfortable around cub and want it banned, why not ban things like vore, snuff, and My Little Pony for people who are uncomfortable around that?
A compromise like this, where cub art is something a user can opt into, seems (at least to me) like the best way to solve the problem without alienating either side. It's no different than opting into seeing mature artwork.
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