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Ban of fetishes along with Yaoi/Yuri [CLOSED]
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#1 Posted: 04:53:12 08/10/2014 | Topic Creator
The Yaoi and Yuri is pretty obvious (although that is somewhat banned already so I won't go too much into that)


However one other thing I want absolutely banned from the site is talk about fetishes or stuff of that nature
The noun FETISH has 3 senses:
1. a form of sexual desire in which gratification depends to an abnormal degree on some object or item of clothing or part of the body

2. a charm superstitiously believed to embody magical powers
3. excessive or irrational devotion to some activity


Bolded the specific one to be banned (I guess banning the third meaning would cut down even more "gimmicks" that some users still have, but it isn't really that ban worthy)

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#2 Posted: 05:29:02 08/10/2014
Is the discussion of fetishes that common to where we need to make a specific rule about it? The rules against pornography and offensive language cover the majority of what would be offensive or against the rules. And the only time I see people ever really discussing such a thing is when people go on a yaoi or yuri spree (which I do agree should be considered pornography).

It's not that common of a thing and any discussion that would get serious about it would go into inappropriate language and therefore break another rule.
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#3 Posted: 05:44:50 08/10/2014
I really don't see the issue, I mean I haven't seen it go too far out of bounds to pornographic or out into the common topics. And I really agree with CAV. It's basically covered already.
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#4 Posted: 11:15:33 08/10/2014
i have a fetish for 3ds system's in lingerie and am extremely offended
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#5 Posted: 19:17:39 08/10/2014 | Topic Creator
Quote: CAV
Is the discussion of fetishes that common to where we need to make a specific rule about it? The rules against pornography and offensive language cover the majority of what would be offensive or against the rules. And the only time I see people ever really discussing such a thing is when people go on a yaoi or yuri spree (which I do agree should be considered pornography).

It's not that common of a thing and any discussion that would get serious about it would go into inappropriate language and therefore break another rule.



Quote: Trix Master 100
I really don't see the issue, I mean I haven't seen it go too far out of bounds to pornographic or out into the common topics. And I really agree with CAV. It's basically covered already.


Well occasionally I get hit by some fetish talk and I am just like you know sick of it.

Quote: arceustheprime
i have a fetish for 3ds system's in lingerie and am extremely offended


Thats fine but nobody here needs to know.
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#6 Posted: 20:30:49 08/10/2014
^If someone tries to talk to you about fetishes in a legitimate manner you don't have to reply back or sit there and listen to it.

And most people who discuss fetishes on this site are joking outright so chill out nobody's seriously talking about what they get off to.
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#7 Posted: 13:58:45 11/10/2014
If you are sick of male on male or female on female kissing action then just ignore the section it is in. Also do you even know what a fetish is? What is so out of ordinary about people of the same sex kissing eachother?
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#8 Posted: 02:15:17 17/10/2014
Quote: somePerson
What is so out of ordinary about people of the same sex kissing eachother?



That only 2% of people are homosexual. It's true...
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#9 Posted: 02:22:01 17/10/2014
Please stop posting stupid statistics unless you can back them up? Thanks.
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#10 Posted: 02:23:22 17/10/2014
Quote: Ryanator20x6
Quote: somePerson
What is so out of ordinary about people of the same sex kissing eachother?



That only 2% of people are homosexual. It's true...


ignorance level is off the charts yo
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#11 Posted: 02:28:31 17/10/2014
Quote: Ryanator20x6
Quote: somePerson
What is so out of ordinary about people of the same sex kissing eachother?



That only 2% of people are homosexual. It's true...


How can one accurately predict something like that when many people hide their sexuality in fear of persecution or harassment?

Not saying that 50% of the world is homosexual or anything like that, but there's no way to record something like this in an accurate way.
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#12 Posted: 02:29:39 17/10/2014
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Quote: Ryanator20x6
That only 2% of people are homosexual. It's true...

Did you know that 75% of statistics are made up?



It's from the census (and quite widely known). Try harder.

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Quote: somePerson
What is so out of ordinary about people of the same sex kissing eachother?



That only 2% of people are homosexual. It's true...


How can one accurately predict something like that when many people hide their sexuality in fear of persecution or harassment?

Not saying that 50% of the world is homosexual or anything like that, but there's no way to record something like this in an accurate way.

I doubt many people would lie to the census. I'm pretty sure it's illegal to lie to the census (but I'm not sure).
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#13 Posted: 02:31:48 17/10/2014
Quote: Ryanator20x6
Quote: Spyrobaro
Quote: Ryanator20x6
That only 2% of people are homosexual. It's true...

Did you know that 75% of statistics are made up?



It's from the census. Nobody in the right mind would lie to the census.


get a real source. census is faulty.
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#14 Posted: 02:34:42 17/10/2014
Quote: Trix Master 100
Quote: Ryanator20x6
Quote: Spyrobaro

Did you know that 75% of statistics are made up?



It's from the census. Nobody in the right mind would lie to the census.


census is faulty.



No. They make extra sure that the information there is perfectly true. Many things rely on the census.
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#15 Posted: 02:38:41 17/10/2014
Quote: Ryanator20x6

I doubt many people would lie to the census. I'm pretty sure it's illegal to lie to the census (but I'm not sure).


There was a world census to determine how many people in the world are gay/bi? Do share the source.
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#16 Posted: 02:42:41 17/10/2014
Quote: CAV
Quote: Ryanator20x6

I doubt many people would lie to the census. I'm pretty sure it's illegal to lie to the census (but I'm not sure).


There was a world census to determine how many people in the world are gay/bi? Do share the source.



Typically "the census" refers the the US one (So I guess it's 2% of people in America, but that's probably more that all of the entire world because we're so accepting of it). Sometimes I forget about all the foreign people. And if you want to read the census... here 'ya go: http://www.census.gov/prod/cen.../c2010br-03.pdf
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#17 Posted: 02:43:42 17/10/2014
Um... many governments fake information to make themselves seem better. Also I have never heard of any census that has asked that kind of question...
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#18 Posted: 02:44:37 17/10/2014
In a country that is heavily influenced by Christianity, and the amount of hatred some people may get simply for being gay, I honestly doubt 100% of the people who answered the census gave a legitimate answer.
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#19 Posted: 02:45:54 17/10/2014
Quote: Ryanator20x6
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Quote: Ryanator20x6

I doubt many people would lie to the census. I'm pretty sure it's illegal to lie to the census (but I'm not sure).


There was a world census to determine how many people in the world are gay/bi? Do share the source.



Typically "the census" refers the the US one. Sometimes I forget about all the foreign people. And if you want to read the census... here 'ya go: http://www.census.gov/prod/cen.../c2010br-03.pdf


US =/= the world.

And seeing how rapidly we've come to accept LGBT people since 2010, chances are that data is already obsolete.
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#20 Posted: 02:46:55 17/10/2014
If they're too scared to admit it, then they're not all too sure of themselves anyway.

Quote: CAV
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Quote: CAV


There was a world census to determine how many people in the world are gay/bi? Do share the source.



Typically "the census" refers the the US one. Sometimes I forget about all the foreign people. And if you want to read the census... here 'ya go: http://www.census.gov/prod/cen.../c2010br-03.pdf


US =/= the world.

And seeing how rapidly we've come to accept LGBT people since 2010, chances are that data is already obsolete.



So you're saying that people are being gay just because it's popular, and to get attention? So... they're faking it?
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#21 Posted: 02:51:01 17/10/2014
Quote: Ryanator20x6
If they're too scared to admit it, then they're not all too sure of themselves anyway.

So you're saying that people are being gay just because it's popular, and to get attention? So... they're faking it?


1. Or maybe they're in homophobic households or towns and are afraid of being harassed or prosecuted by admitting to being gay or bi?

2. In the past 4 years several states have legalized gay marriage and overall we've become more accepting of LGBT people. Of course more people are going to come out as a result.
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#22 Posted: 02:56:16 17/10/2014
Quote: CAV
Quote: Ryanator20x6
If they're too scared to admit it, then they're not all too sure of themselves anyway.

So you're saying that people are being gay just because it's popular, and to get attention? So... they're faking it?


1. Or maybe they're in homophobic households or towns and are afraid of being harassed or prosecuted by admitting to being gay or bi?

2. In the past 4 years several states have legalized gay marriage and overall we've become more accepting of LGBT people. Of course more people are going to come out as a result.


1. If the household or town is "homophobic", that would mean that they were afraid of them. If my household or town was afraid of me, that would be awesome! I could do whatever I want!

2. So they were secretly homosexual? I just refuse to believe that they would hide it if they felt it so badly.
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#23 Posted: 02:59:33 17/10/2014
Quote: Ryanator20x6
1. If the household is "homophobic", that would mean that they were afraid of them. If my household was afraid of me, that would be awesome! I could do whatever I want!

2. So they were secretly homosexual? I just refuse to believe that they would hide it if they felt it so badly.


1. Homophobic does sound like an odd term to describe it, but it applies heavily to people who have a hatred of gay people as well. And if your parents had a hatred of gay people, I doubt you'd want to come out to them or in public either.

2. Because you could've been harassed and disowned by people around you? That's still a thing in the American South to an extent.
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#24 Posted: 03:00:06 17/10/2014
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Quote: Ryanator20x6
If they're too scared to admit it, then they're not all too sure of themselves anyway.

So you're saying that people are being gay just because it's popular, and to get attention? So... they're faking it?


1. Or maybe they're in homophobic households or towns and are afraid of being harassed or prosecuted by admitting to being gay or bi?

2. In the past 4 years several states have legalized gay marriage and overall we've become more accepting of LGBT people. Of course more people are going to come out as a result.


1. If the household or town is "homophobic", that would mean that they were afraid of them. If my household or town was afraid of me, that would be awesome! I could do whatever I want!

2. So they were secretly homosexual? I just refuse to believe that they would hide it if they felt it so badly.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1df_i26wh-w

There are very many reasons why people are not willing to admit their sexuality. Unfortunately, stuff like this happens everyday.
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#25 Posted: 03:08:37 17/10/2014
Quote: CAV
Quote: Ryanator20x6
1. If the household is "homophobic", that would mean that they were afraid of them. If my household was afraid of me, that would be awesome! I could do whatever I want!

2. So they were secretly homosexual? I just refuse to believe that they would hide it if they felt it so badly.


1. Homophobic does sound like an odd term to describe it, but it applies heavily to people who have a hatred of gay people as well. And if your parents had a hatred of gay people, I doubt you'd want to come out to them or in public either.

2. Because you could've been harassed and disowned by people around you? That's still a thing in the American South to an extent.

1. So you know the word in the definition that people use it in makes no sense, but you still use it?

2. Gay people prefer California. If anything (from what I've seen) they're harassing other people. You should have seen the Chick-Fil-A's. People were waving signs and screaming at people just for eating a chicken sandwich.
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#26 Posted: 03:12:15 17/10/2014
Quote: Ryanator20x6
1. So you know the word in the definition that people use it in makes no sense, but you still use it?

2. Gay people prefer California. If anything (from what I've seen) they're harassing other people. You should have seen the Chick-Fil-A's. People were waving signs and screaming at people just for eating a chicken sandwich.


1. I tend to use anti-LGBT these days myself, in the say way I say LGBT rights instead of gay rights.

2. That's because Chick-Fil-A came out as anti-LGBT and actively participating. Do I think it deserved as much of a stink as it got? No. Do I think they should've harassed people simply for going in to eat? Absolutely not. And I'm not going to sit here and endorse every single thing the LGBT community does (since there can be genuinely bad people there, like everywhere else).
But they admittedly had a reason to be a little upset.
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#27 Posted: 03:14:20 17/10/2014
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/..._n_1536095.html

http://www.civilrights.org/cen...accuracies.html

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