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    JusticeItEasy

    Isn't peeing non FF? Then again I don't remember well the FF stance for peeing and shitting.

    Regardless, this is the next level of wasa, super fluffy wasa...god save us...

    EasyV

    JusticeItEasy said:

    Isn't peeing non FF? Then again I don't remember well the FF stance for peeing and shitting.

    Regardless, this is the next level of wasa, super fluffy wasa...god save us...

    Technically it isn't family friendly, but this picture doesn't look "non family friendly" despite the happy pee, in my opinion.

    To be honest, in the past few years yukkuri have mostly grown out of the "edgy" phase where people went rampaging around shitting on abyusers and non-abyusers, so outside this place (i.e. what artists think), what is considered "family friendly" is pretty much stuff like this where pee pee is "happy pee" rather than something used to make yukkuri gross/inspire rage into the viewer.

    But this is my opinion. I've read comments and whatnot so I understand that the current definition of family friendly is for the best.
    Still, for artists this is pretty much family friendly or anyway something that can be shown without the R18 tag on pixiv, so there's that.

    JusticeItEasy

    EasyV said:
    -Reply to my previous post-

    Non-Violent is usually the tag used for stuff that isn't abyuse and neither FF, at least that's how I recall it from back then.
    Hell I don't know if it isn't actually redudant on FF to put non-violent but well, again I don't recall well those tagging rules, kinda why I was wondering.

    More so with the whole new thing about J Artist having more rules like "teasing/bullying not counting as abyuse but neither as FF", etc.

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    EasyV

    JusticeItEasy said:

    Non-Violent is usually the tag used for stuff that isn't abyuse and neither FF, at least that's how I recall it from back then.
    Hell I don't know if it isn't actually redudant on FF to put non-violent but well, again I don't recall well those tagging rules, kinda why I was wondering.

    More so with the whole new thing about J Artist having more rules like "teasing/bullying not counting as abyuse but neither as FF", etc.

    The point of using the family friendly tag is to ward off abyuse comments which are uncalled for. And I'd like to do that with pictures like this.

    The thing is, the places where yukkuri content is posted outside this place don't have the "family friendly rule", so people will comment however they like (as long as they don't start a flame war.)
    As such, the distinction now is more about being SFW or NSFW (mostly on sites like pixiv): if it has bullying but it's not otherwise grotesque or the like, it's SFW, otherwise it's NSFW, and users act accordingly.

    JusticeItEasy

    EasyV said:
    The point of using the family friendly tag is to ward off abyuse comments which are uncalled for. And I'd like to do that with pictures like this.

    The thing is, the places where yukkuri content is posted outside this place don't have the "family friendly rule", so people will comment however they like (as long as they don't start a flame war.)
    As such, the distinction now is more about being SFW or NSFW (mostly on sites like pixiv): if it has bullying but it's not otherwise grotesque or the like, it's SFW, otherwise it's NSFW, and users act accordingly.

    At the end of the day, this is the result of taking it too easy...that and super fluffy wasa reimus now are a thing, if for good or bad I don't know, but JiE declares it being a thing!

    Hopefully maybe we can have Super Fluffy Wasas as the always nicehead (happy pee regardless) good twin to the usually shithead wasas in other works, that would be a nice plot, kinda like a good twin evil twin dynamic.