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Can I write about this or is it against the rules?

Zalpha

I wasn't sure where to post this, I was hoping admins would be in the know and be looking here.

TLD: Basically I will have a nude goblin baby/toddler/child running around for awhile.

Rule 7:
Age restrictions: Your work (stories, poems or blog entries) may not contain characters younger than 14 having sex or being in sexual situations (masturbation and nudism are not allowed).

In the story I have started writing but haven't posted here yet it is a 30 year old guy who dies and is reborn (reincarnated) in a fantasy world as a baby goblin. He runs a round naked for awhile (while observing female captive from the goblins being raped by them). The main character however will not be engaging in sex as he is firstly to young to get it up and second that will came latter when has grown up. I suppose when he is 14 (in goblin years of course).

So now is this braking the rules? If it is, obviously I am not allow to post it here.

Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

@Zalpha

As long as you don't describe his nudity in details, then it's fine.

Saying that he was naked all the time from the age of 1 to 14 is fine.

It's all about how salacious it is. You can't describe his nudity in arousing details. If this is not clear, then send me a sample text and I'll let you know if it's ok or not.

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Zalpha

@Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

Thank you for the reply.

I think to be safe once I am ready to post it to this site I will first see about contacting you with what I have that I think possibly be against the rules to see if it is okay to go ahead and post here.

Crumbly Writer

The key is: if it walks and talks like a pedophilia story, it probably is. In short, don't focus on the sexuality of the baby goblin, since that's (I assume) not the focus of your story. Instead, focus on what's happening in the story (and not on the baby's physical response to the violence).

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