Is there anyone who can officially review excerpts of Sexis drafts?

Contributor: MagneticDuke MagneticDuke
Hello. I'm currently working on a review of The Klub 17, a porn game with a bit of an odd history, with intent to publish it to Sexis, and I'm a bit concerned about the section on the body types that in-game characters can have.

For context, the available body types are Male, Female, and what the game calls "Shemale," which is an intersex body type that's just the female body type with a penis instead of a vagina. It seems intended to provide options for scenes similar to what one might find in a transgender porn video, but I don't know enough about intersex conditions, the transgender porn industry, and the issues surrounding them to know if it would qualify as offensive, as per the Sexis Terms of Service, item 8. Similarly, in my initial draft, I followed up suggesting that adding other intersex/transgender body types (male frame with a vagina, male and female frames with both a penis and a vagina) would be an asset to the game.

So it's a sticky situation, and something I doubt the original game designers, programmers, and writers thought of in 2009.

Is there someone who can review the relevant excerpt, give me guidance on whether or not it would violate Sexis TOS item 8, and perhaps offer feedback for how I can more properly word things for a second draft of that particular section. Or is the whole thing a bad idea that should be mothballed?
08/04/2023
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Originally posted by MagneticDuke
Hello. I'm currently working on a review of The Klub 17, a porn game with a bit of an odd history, with intent to publish it to Sexis, and I'm a bit concerned about the section on the body types that in-game characters can have.

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Hello! I'm the Manager out here, really nice to meet you, I guess I would be the person to help you.

I wouldn't say it's a bad idea since problematic things in the past are a part of our history and we gotta learn from them. Maybe, if you highlight that it didn't age well and can be a lesson in inclusivity and tolerance, then it would be ok. I'm guessing that being tactful and polite, and as long as the "problematic" piece is really relevant to the topic, you should mention it.
08/15/2023