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Ok I've noticed that the amount of people with pornographic signatures has been steadily rising since the new userbars. Now I'm a 16 year old male but enough's enough. I have several younger siblings who habitually read over my shoulder and I'm trying to introduce my younger brother to Librarium. Not to mention my dad has a deep-found mistrust of strangers over the internet.
Now none of this is being helped along by the fact that everynow and again I find "buttlover (+pic)" (Yes you Aussie Bogun) or some such on random peoples signatures. The final straw was the recent 40k hurt/heal game which quickly turned into a porno discussion board.
I'm asking people if they can please keep their sexual insecurities private and not bring them to a warhammer discussion board. Especially not one with such a good reputation as LO.
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Well, I asked bogan to change his userbar and avatar, and he complied readily.
If you want anyone to change, or have particular offence Link, just PM me or another mod who is doing so, and we'll look into it. That goes for anyone, noy just link.
Having said that, the Enhanced folder is somewhat more relaxed. I suggest that either you do not venture in there while your siblings are looking over your shoulder, or that you create a special account for them, with the following restriction clearly understood.
Please remember that the rules clearly state that 13 is the lowest age suitable for viewing this forum. I am afraid we cannot cater for anyone of lesser age, and certainly will not restrict our content to suit social conventions regarding younger trespassers.
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I agree with LordLink. I really don't think anyone needs, nor wants to see sexually explicit material on LO. You're on the internet, if you want to see that kind of thing, you're a mouse click away, you don't need to put it in signitures, threads, or any other place on LO.