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Coming of age

burlarr

How come the above subject is not listed on the category page?

Replies:   Switch Blayde
Switch Blayde

@burlarr

Do you mean as a story code?

I guess no one ever asked for it.

Ernest Bywater

Because it's in the Story Genre list as an option.

AmigaClone

There are several codes on the Story Genre list that are also on the Story Codes list.

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater
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@AmigaClone


There are several codes on the Story Genre list that are also on the Story Codes list.


Ayep, because story codes existed before the genre codes were added to the system. Since they already existed they were left in place.

edit to add: I forgot to say: When a request for the Coming of Age category was made it was included as a genre code because the person requesting it thought it was better as a genre than a normal story code..

REP

I sent Lazeez an email regarding a discrepancy I noticed between the Codes I see listed for selection when posting a story and the Codes described in "Tags and Sex Contents Definitions" (TSCD) document. I documented the discrepancy in a spreadsheet to include a few suggestions. I know Lazeez was very busy at the time with the feedback system changes, so I don't know if it fell in the crack or if it is still in his queue waiting until he has sufficient time to review the spreadsheet.

For example:

1. Boy and girl are listed in the Age/Gender category of the TSCD but I don't see them as options when I'm posting.

2. Lolita is listed in the Level of Consent category of the TSCD but I don't see it as an option when I'm posting.

3. Novel-Classic and Novel-Pocketbook are listed in the Other category of the TSCD but I don't see them as options when I'm posting.

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater
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@REP


1. Boy and girl are listed in the Age/Gender category of the TSCD but I don't see them as options when I'm posting.

2. Lolita is listed in the Level of Consent category of the TSCD but I don't see it as an option when I'm posting.

3. Novel-Classic and Novel-Pocketbook are listed in the Other category of the TSCD but I don't see them as options when I'm posting.


I'd have been very surprised if you did. There are some codes on the sheet that have to stay there to help people decipher the codes related to legacy codes on legacy stories.

The Age / Gender codes are meant to be used in regards to the ages of people engaging in sexual activities in the story. Boy and girl are under 12, lolita relates to under 12, and you can't post a new story with anyone under 14 having sex - so they're clearly legacy codes and not available for new stories.

The Novel-Classic and Novel-Pocketbook relate to books which have fallen into the public domain, and only Lazeez is allowed to post those. Member authors are only allowed to post their own stories for which they own the copyright, or where they have the written prior approval of the copyright owner. It's likely the author of a story in the public domain is dead, so it's very unlikely you'd have their written approval.

edit to add: You shouldn't be allowed to select Pedophilia either, because it's not within the current posting rules.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@Ernest Bywater

You shouldn't be allowed to select Pedophilia either, because it's not within the current posting rules.

Necrophilia is fine. Pedophilia isn't.

Replies:   REP
REP

@Crumbly Writer

Necrophilia is fine.


And if the corpse was only 13 years old? :)

Crumbly Writer

@REP

And if the corpse was only 13 years old? :)

"Corpse" only applies to human dead, so the same rules apply (i.e. it's not allowed), though it you have sex with a carcass, it's an entirely different matter.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Bondi Beach

@REP

And if the corpse was only 13 years old? :)


Depends on how many years ago the person died ...
~ JBB

Replies:   Capt. Zapp
Dominions Son

@Crumbly Writer

though it you have sex with a carcass, it's an entirely different matter.


that would be necrobestiality.

Dominions Son

@REP


And if the corpse was only 13 years old? :)


A corpse of a 13 year old, or a corpse that has been a corpse for 13 years?

The former is probably against the rules, the later is implausible as the corpse is not likely to be in very good condition.

Ernest Bywater

@Dominions Son

The former is probably against the rules, the later is implausible as the corpse is not likely to be in very good condition.


or damned cold if cryogenically preserved.

Switch Blayde

@Dominions Son

The former is probably against the rules, the later is implausible as the corpse is not likely to be in very good condition.


I guess you don't watch the Mummy movies. LOL

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Capt. Zapp

@Bondi Beach

And if the corpse was only 13 years old? :)

Depends on how many years ago the person died ...
~ JBB


13 years ago. Before that it was a living body, not a corpse. ;)

Crumbly Writer

@Switch Blayde

I guess you don't watch the Mummy movies.

Like with Capt. Zapp's distinction, a corpse is a dead body, a mummy is a preserved and non-decaying dead body. Two different words for two separate conditions.

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