game2010
8 years ago
Let's discuss the meaning of "Family Friendly"
It's probably a good idea to get it straight on what a family friendly picture should be like. What does a family friendly Yukkuri picture actually mean?

Is it considered safe if there is no abuse, but still has signs of incoming danger?

Is the picture considered safe if the Yukkuri is used as good, but whoever is going to eat is not ready to eat it yet? Below is an example from this site:
http://yukkuri.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=335
Okay, they are crying...

And it may be just me, but I find this pic to be risque:
http://yukkuri.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=331
A close-up of Sanae's... You be the judge to that...

Lasty, bizarre mutants that are intended to give you nightmares such as this one:
http://yukkuri.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=41
I'm very sure that they are tagged as "Nightmare Fuel" in OYP.

Let me get this straight: I'm not saying that those pictures should not be posted here. I just want to know how a family friendly Yukkuri picture should actually be. Must it completely be devoid of danger? Are risque and graphical contents considered inappropriate?

Feel free to share your thoughts on what a family friendly picture should be.
Yukkuri
8 years ago
Family_friendly is a strict tag that refers that there is no danger or implications of anything unsavory. Risque or graphical content is forbidden, for family-friendly, but if its comedic violence or really harmless in nature, then it is fine.

The Yukkuri with the cake I don't know anything about it, it doesn't seem like a serious work and they aren't bawling or obviously freaked out, so it should be okay.

Bizzare or grotesque mutations should be avoided, along with gross subject matter. Sexual content is generally a no, and things like graphic births and the like.

If its anything that could make someone uncomfortable or offended, and this is rather vague, its not family_friendly. This is of course requires that it is a reasonable expectation, and not something like puffing or a yukkuri being rude/obnoxious.
game2010
8 years ago
How about the latter two pics that I posted? Are they considered family friendly?
Lick_King
8 years ago
Do we accept images where the yukkuri('s) is/are clearly at distress (though not being abused/crushed/killed/etc) but the intention of the picture is for the viewer to laugh at the slap-stick? Like, say, a yukkuri disgusted at the stink of its droppings?
Yukkuri
8 years ago
If it involves droppings, I'd say no, but if it is slapstick violence, its fine.

The one with the pale yukkuri I don't find grotesque or creepy, and Sanae's picture is also fine. As long as it isn't clearly risque, sexual, or graphic, its fine.
game2010
8 years ago
BTW, do we have the right to delete pictures that we see as inappropriate for this site? Or is it better to let the mods do it?
Yukkuri
8 years ago
There is the flagging system, so feel free to use that.

But be aware a picture doesn't have to be family_friendly to be allowed here, since there is a difference between SFW and FF.
game2010
8 years ago
This pic doesn't even look SFW:
http://yukkuri.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=486

Would you agree? The pic that took place before this got deleted, so I don't see why this one should stay either.

Yukkuri
8 years ago
I'm not sure if the other one, on reflection is NSFW. While it does have a trap, I thought it was light-hearted in handling it with no obvious signs of danger.

But if I am wrong, I will delete it.
game2010
8 years ago
It ends there, so we don't know what happens afterwards. I know that something similar made by Ammo got deleted from this site, though. It's the one involving an Alice and a Marisa getting stuck inside a trap house.
Lick_King
8 years ago
I uploaded that trap house one. Though everyone has different views, my reaction to seeing the picture was more of "Daawwwwwww...." and "HHHNNNNNGGGGGHHH" rather than "Oh, pitiful yukkuri's, I want to help them" or "I'm angry at who set this trap!" which I would think if it were more proper abuse pictures. I mean, the way I had it figured, this site is for soothing our hearts with cute yukkuri images. (∴ No abuse!) So I decided to take my chances and try uploading it according to how I judge family friendly, despite knowing it'd be controversial. Hmm, well, I still wish it could be kept.
Yukkuri
8 years ago
That one was a slight bit more graphic with the depiction.

This one, however, doesn't personally bother me since I don't get any clear idea of danger, its more comical in its presentation. At least to me, again I might be wrong.



Lick_King
8 years ago
I think graphic isn't the word.... But I'm not going to argue. I know the border of acceptable. Ha ha. It's not like I'm going to be prohibited from going "Hnnnnngggh" at the trap house picture either.:)


How do we consider pictures that do have some pain inflicted on a yukkuri or more, but there's no malice or sadism from the anon and the yukkuri ends up feeling pleasant? Like Doonatsu-aki's... uh, yukkuri transformation?
Yukkuri
8 years ago
Oh, the one with the man with the absolutely awesome facial-expressions?

There are some intense scenes, but I would be okay with it since the purpose was conditioning and he was making the yukkuri a better yukkuri in his own special way.

To me its on the level of Nightmare Before Christmas.

But that's really the limit, it can't get much worse than that, with the trap pictures.
game2010
8 years ago
I'm choosing to remove that picture. It doesn't look all that suitable for this site.
game2010
8 years ago
My bad, that pic with the wormshaped Yukkuri wasn't tagged as "Nightmare Fuel" on OYP...

It's been a long time my last post, so this shouldn't be considered a double post, right?
jogiff
8 years ago
What about pictures with penipeni that aren't being used? Things like http://bbs.shii.org/yukkuri/post...search=artist%3Aanyaruaki or most of artist:nagekiaki 's alices?
game2010
8 years ago
I'm not sure about that, but the nude bodied yukkuri pics by Anyaruaki aren't suitable for this site if you ask me.
Coffee
8 years ago
"Family_friendly is a strict tag that refers that there is no danger or implications of anything unsavory. Risque or graphical content is forbidden, for family-friendly, but if its comedic violence or really harmless in nature, then it is fine.

If its anything that could make someone uncomfortable or offended, and this is rather vague, its not family_friendly. "

The following image breaks those rules:

http://yukkuri.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=1547

It's not really comedic, and violent in nature as it's even tagged "abuse" and leads people to the conclusion the subjects involved have been "brutally killed". Not tolerable for any yukkuri. But now I'll mention that it's people that are the murder victims: this still breaks the rules, as abuse and death can't be acceptable for both yukkuris and people.
jogiff
8 years ago
Actually, we do have a death tag and there are a few pics in there. I see your point, but I don't entirely agree.

A lot of us want to avoid all death and suffering in yukkuri pics altogether. That's understandable, but some of us don't find anything inherently objectionable to portraylas of abuse and/or death. I personally only hate when the only point of a pic is "Haha, I'm looking at mean-spirited stuff. I'm better than those moralf**s!" I try to rate all pics that aren't purely FF as either questionable or explicit. The stuff that is still SFW but not FF, I try to rate as explicit. If I forget to rate a pic properly, you can fix it (if you have an account).

Of course, this is only my interpretation. The pic in question was uploaded to bring closure to the story. I personally enjoyed seeing genuinely evil people getting their comeuppance (without making an otherwise well-adjusted character into a psychopath), but I worried that it might cause some controversy.

P.S.: This post might not make sense if you haven't read this: http://Yukkuri.booru.org/help/ratings.php
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