First of all, sorry if there are errors on my post, my english isnt good enough. Regarding this topic, at which point are we allowed to share or stuff there? I mean, if we are not sharing explicit adult themes we shouldn't have a problem with the community. There 8s a reason that subforum exists and is fir people or artists whose would love to share their work and hear other people opinions... isn't gbatemp supposed to support creativity being it related to homebrew/games development or art? Recently a thread on the Art sharing subforum was closed due to sexualised content being shared or talked... I think there was something mistaken... you are restricting someone' freedom to share his/her art related stuff... I know why it was closed, i tried my best to look for rules breaking stuff, but i didn't find anything. The stuff on the op were no way nsfw and shouldn't be considered like that. Nothing shared was explicit nor implicit, everything was meant to be friendly at least for a +12 audience. About the stuff being talked on the posts, i mean seriously, we are not able now to make induendos? to talk about who we are? What we like? Now, regarding the fa stuff... seriously? No links were gave, no username were gave, fa was just mentioned and that's all. Cant we talk now about online galleries? Almost every online gallery has nsfw hosted on it, but it is s natter of the user if he wants to search for that stuff over there. If we apply that logic, even social media shouldnt be allowed to be mentioned, since even twitter is used to share artistic stuff and nsfw material. What i try to say is, that it was s bit rude to close a thread without talking to the op first and look for a fix for it... We should be able to share our stuff if we are not doing something wrong. Heck, i have seen a lot if weebs sharing boobs and lolis on the eof, or people talking worse things on other forums, users saying the word "dick" without concerns... but yeah, bevause it is weeb it is ok to do so. This was it all, thanks for the read. This was mostly aimed to the staff but feel free to comment.