Es'ka (eska818) wrote in writerverse,
Es'ka
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Ratings, Cuts, and Fake Cuts

So you like to write tentacle p0rn. Or not. But if you're here, chances are, you're writing something that may or may not be "family friendly". Rest assured, your writing is welcome, but we have a few rules you have to follow:

1. We adhere to the G, PG, PG-13, R, and NC-17 ratings. Anything stronger than PG-13 must either be posted at your personal journal and linked or posted in wv_bookclub with a cut (and linked to wherever it has to be submitted for challenges).

          - What constitutes an R or NC-17? Use your judgment, but excessive language, violence, or sex along with particular scenarios (rape, non-con, etc) would push you into a higher rating. It doesn't matter if your pairing is het or slash - it's based purely on content, not type of relationship.

2. Warnings - there are triggers and major squicks for people, so it's important that we respect each other. Here is a list (not comprehensive) of warning that you *must* put on your work: Rape, Non-Con, Dub Con, Bondage, Underage, Suicide, Self-Injury. Use your best judgment for everything else. (If you are concerned about giving something away, you must contact a mod and get approval as well as an alternate warning based on content). Again, het/slash/femslash do not call for a warning. Warnings are based on content, not type of relationship.

3. The only writing not permitted in writerverse is RPF.

Please feel free to ask questions. All comments are screened.
Tags: mod!post, ratings, warnings
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