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Any websites like deviant art but with less censoreship?

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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011
Are there any websites like deviantart where people can post pictures and interact, but without as many rules about what you CANNOT post?
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puppy-dangerous Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
You'll need to look for sites that are aimed at adults- the kind that want age verification. If you search for one in whatever genre you like you should be able to find some. Anywhere that is going for a general public market is going to have at least the same posting guides as dA, many are stricter.
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Viskamiro Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011
You mean porn ?
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
nuh
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Viskamiro Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
If you didn't need graphic sex than devart is very liberal really.
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
I heard they changed the rules though, made it more strict. like you can't draw gore now or something
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Viskamiro Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
lolno

They like blood and want us to see it.
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011
eh then idgaf xD thanks for the info. i was misinformed
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ahmedspeculates Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I don't think Deviant have that many rules about posting !! When you can upload nude girls and guys , I don't think you need anything else unless you want to upload some dead people or abusive pictures !!
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011
I just don't like rules period xD blame it on my ADHD
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painted-bees Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
adhd has nothing to do with that, what are you talking about :I
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
I had some logic to that statement in mind yesterday.


I have forgotten the logic today. apparently it wasn't very sound, as I can no longer hear it (pun!)
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HyperGirl95 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I know the site you're looking for. It's called Pixiv.net
here's the link -> [link]
Hope it helps. =)
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011
thank you!

but how will I read the rules since they are in japanese?

x3
and it looks perfect
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HyperGirl95 Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Here's the link where you register: [link]

And here's what you've got to do:
1. Pixiv ID - Here you must write your name like a url.
For example: joe123.pixiv.net
So all you got to do is write your ID like the same way you write your dA ID is PhantomReyne and then add ".pixiv.net".

Note: You can write any name for your ID you want as long as you don't forget to add ".pixiv.net" after that

2. Nickname - Here you write your nickname. It can be any nickname you want, it can be the same as your Pixiv ID or any other you want.

And I think you'll be able to to do the rest on your own.

Once you press Sign Up you must check your email and when you see Pixiv you must open it you'll see an underlined link in blue. Press the first link you see in order to verify your account.

And finally you can visit Pixiv.net. If you want to Sign In you must look up in the right side of the Homepage of the site, it's on top of Sign Up and all you got to do is write your Pixiv ID and password and there you go.

If you have any question just note me at ~HyperGirl95
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weremole Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011   Digital Artist
It depends what you want to post. But if I assume you mean artwork related as opposed to just social media like Facebook or Tumbler and if I also assume you don't mean uploading other peoples work and claiming it as your own and if I assume you mean porn.

Then it sounds like you need a Hentai Foundry account.
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011
not really. I just like sites where there is as little censoreship as possible. They are usually surprisingly orderly and smart, those kinda places.

like forum.xnxx

Well, before they changed management D<

that was a porn forum, yet no one ever talked about sex. it was more of a place for 18+ to gather...
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weremole Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011   Digital Artist
I wouldn't say forums have much in common with DA at all. But yeah, if you want low moderation there are quite a few sites like those.
A mutual agreement is not censorship per se though. Especially a user agreement for a service.
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
true, but they choose what content to ban. so certain things aren't allowed. in a way it is censorship, just LOGICAL censoreship.

Censoreship isn't always bad. in society is definitely has it's use. otherwise we'd be like europe- letting our drunks piss in the street.
*shudders*
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weremole Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011   Digital Artist
There are a ton of countries in Europe but for the ones in my vicinity and I'd say in most public urination is a crime.
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PhantomReyne Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011
I saw a special on *wince* "extreme bathrooms" (THERE WAS NOTHING ELSE ON TV!!! DAMMIT!) and they showed this invention in some place in europe... forget where exactly.... anyways the invention was a urinal that popped out of the ground. no doors, nothing. so a little five year old girl could stop and stare and go "look mommy! what's that man holding in his hands? It's so fleshy and stunted!"
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