[UPDATE] NSFW Tag Categorisation

Posted 5 months, 29 days ago by admin

Please read the last news announcement if you missed it!

We're currently adding a few different NSFW tags for a more customisable experience with filtering as part of the new Code of Conduct. This update is going to be happening right now, so please bear with us if you experience some bugginess with galleries in the meanwhile. I'll edit this post with updates!

We'll be adding the following filters:

- Mild Nudity (Nipples)
- Explicit Nudity (Genitalia)
- Mild Sexual Content (Suggestion of sex, or clothed sexual arousal)
- Explicit Sexual Content (Sex, masturbation, explicit depiction of sexually aroused genitalia)
- Gore (Explicit violence and body horror)

You can set each filter to be:
- Completely hidden (you will never see any of these images in any gallery)
- Hidden behind a warning tag (you will not be shown the image until you click on it)
- Always shown without a warning tag (you will always see the image thumbnail with no warning)

You can customise your viewing options at any time under your account settings.
- By default, we've set any users who have NSFW DISABLED to have all the new NSFW filters set to Hidden except for Mild Nudity and Gore which are set to Warning.
- By default, we've set any users who have NSFW ENABLED to have all the new NSFW filtered set to always show up.
- Logged out users have have all content hidden except for Mild Nudity and Gore which is set to Warning.

Note that any of your prior images which currently have the NSFW turned on will have all the new NSFW filters turned on by default. If you want to, you can go through your images and re-classify them as you see fit. The Image Manager might be helpful with this.

As usual please file tickets with any bugs that you find popping up. We really hope that this works as a compromise between users who're unhappy with seeing nipples sexualised versus users who don't wish to have to see them at work -- please continue the discussion on the suggestions board if you have further feedback or things you'd like to see changed!

Thank you for your patience! Nudity doesn't look like a word anymore.