Rule 34 jake the dog


Rule 34 jake the dog

The Rule 34: A New Generation Of Fanfiction

“In recent times, a new and different problem has started to appear. That is the problem of “Pornographic” or simply “Adult” fan fiction, stories which contn fictional sexual situations between characters from various media, and which therefore violate fanfiction.net’s policy. While we have some problems with this specific violation of the rules, we are concerned about the issue as a whole. The issue seems to be growing rather than diminishing.

This has forced us to take a serious look at the whole situation. It’s apparent that much of the audience for fanfiction is in fact teenagers and younger adults. And while this may not be the case with regard to every fanfiction site, the ones which have the most fan fiction certnly are.

We think it’s time we re-examine our own policies in light of this changing demographics. We recognize that fanfiction.net, while probably having the strictest policies in existence, has never been much of an exception to rules – we’ve always tried to police ourselves as well as possible, but have also had a bit of a blind spot with this rule. The reason for this is that when we created the site, we tried to do it as we would a business. The rules were set, and people were expected to follow them. Not everyone did, and it was the responsibility of those who did to deal with the consequences.

To be honest, when we created the site we were really concerned with more than just writing stories. We wanted people to come and feel safe. To the extend that they could.

Over the years, we may have been a little too protective of people, but not in a bad way. We tried our best to make sure people didn’t get into trouble. The problem was, if people were breaking our rules, we didn’t want to be the ones to say, “Sorry, but we’re going to take action.”

But the problems and the issues that arise from having a website and a community of people all over the world can only be solved from inside of the community. By coming together and listening to each other. And if we wanted to be that safe place for people, we couldn’t do that by being a police force. We had to trust that people were going to help each other and to protect each other, because we couldn’t do it for them.

We recognize that the fanfiction.net community is just that – a community. And a large part of the community wants to remn a community. It doesn’t want to have rules imposed on it. It doesn’t want to be policed. It doesn’t want to be the authority.

That’s why we are so excited to have finally reached a resolution with the FTC. Not only is it a resolution that we agreed on (which is so rarely the case), but it was really simple and pnless. And, best of all, we don’t have to get on anyone’s bad side. The FTC is so small and our community is so big, they’re not going to care whether or not we’ve complied. They will say, “Okay,” and just walk away.

I hope that the fanfiction.net community will see what we’ve been doing and know that we’re not policing you. We’re listening to you. And we are always going to be your community, so feel free to send us your feedback. Let us know what you think.

If you were a part of the community, we’d love to know how you feel.

Thank you to all who have supported us over the last year and a half. I personally would not have survived without your love and support.

And most of all, thank you to the fanfiction.net community for giving us the opportunity to do this. For trusting us with their characters. For being the best community that I have ever been a part of. I’m just honored to call you my family.

Fan fiction.net was a fantastic example of how we can work together and make our community better. I’ve always been inspired by the idea of communities coming together to build something bigger, better and stronger. It’s how we’re building the world today.

We’ve learned many lessons from the FTC investigation. And we have the FTC investigation to thank for our resolution with the FTC.

In the coming weeks, I’ll be talking with fans of fan fiction.net and other fandoms. I want to know what your take is on what happened, how we should move forward, how we should handle future situations, and how we should continue to create the best fanfiction.net community possible.

What do you think? And how can we continue to improve? I’d love to hear your suggestions, concerns and ideas. I want to ensure that we don’t repeat the mistakes of the past. We all have an obligation to better ourselves. That’s the only way we can make our community better.


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