From the Terms of Service
Adult/Pornographic Content: Content designed to sexually arouse is prohibited throughout the FutureQuest Network. This includes sites that may allude to sexual content and/or links to adult content elsewhere. In general, frontal nudity (not for science, health, fine art, or general educational purposes) and/or content meant to sexually arouse is prohibited. Child Pornography of any kind is prohibited throughout the FutureQuest Network and will be reported to the authorities if found. FutureQuest reserves the right to determine what violates this policy.
We do not prohibit discussions concerning sex which include personal views and experiences etc. In a blog type format of you enjoying the sound of your keyboard, and others enjoying the tune themselves, it should be fine. However, a webcam of sorts (a picture is worth a thousand words) would likely cause the line to be crossed as would text content that was placed there for the purpose of sexually arousing the readers....
There are some sites that ride the fine line between what we will permit on the FutureQuest Network and what we will not, but the majority of sites are clearly on one side of the line or the other. Best judgment usually prevails.
In the end, we do reserve the right to determine what crosses the line and what does not, though we try to be pretty fair in the area. Procreation, recreation, and education are still very real reasons for the act not to be banned completely
What I personally request and strongly advise of any site owner, with a web site on any network, that will contain such content for any reason, is that they do not place the content on their main page and that the entry page to such content has a 'fair warning' placed on it alerting viewers that such content may be present and that children/parents should use discretionary caution.
- Our children came from something special, and ironically can be hurt from that same act. Let's just be responsible.