Snow Mountain Syndrom scan deleted.

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fluke

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I recieved this message about the scan Snow Mountain Syndrome I submitted (cannot provide a link since it's not in my gallery nor in my recently submitted section):

Quote: The image you submitted entitled Snow Mountain Syndrome was removed from Minitokyo, because it violated one or more of the following policies:

- It featured hentai or pornography, which is not allowed in any form or shape. This includes, but is not limited to: nudity, sexually inclined pictures or explicit sexual pictures, bondage, sado masochism. Nude defines itself as exposing nipples and/or genitals.
- Offensive contents, including racistical utterance, in any form or shape.
-Characters can not be seen in a state of undressing, or be posed provocatively.

It depicted the 4 girls in a hot spring in towels, no nudity, nothing exposed.

I would however like to ask, if my scan was deleted for the reasons above, why is this wallpaper allowed in the gallery, nekkidness by crapmonster ? I'm quite sure the wallpaper is a very good piece of work, but it clearly breaks policy of MT. The title itself boasts that fact even.

Revan

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Ok, I figured you would be able to understand this but I guess I figured wrong. The mature content policy we started included the deletion of images such as the ones you submitted and this rule still applies even if some months have passed by.

So if you excercise your memory, you'll remember that for the purpose of this rule explicit nudity was not the only thing to keep in mind when deeming and image of mature content.

However, this is a thing of criteria and perception and mine isn't the only valid one. So, if another scan mod considers this image to be appropiate for the gallery and gives a reason, I would agree to it's restoring.

On a side note, it is a really cheap thing to do to plug another member's image to prove your point. If you consider it to be mature content then just report it and then a mod (in this case a wall mod) would decide what to do with it.

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fluke

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Like I've said in other deletion complaints, I can't understand how something found in a magazine clearly designed for all ages, can be found inappropriate for all ages here. Were as something clearly mature content is allowed in the gallery where anyone can see it, whilst something else that is not, is removed.

Here, I'll even show something in my gallery thats been there for a long time, that I do not believe is "inappropriate." I'm sure after I give the link to it however, it will be undoubtedly deleted...but here it is anyways - Flower Petal Bath by fluke

I understand what should define mature content, yet I find what gets removed here to be at times something else completly. This is not a hentai or ecchi gallery, I do not expect it to be. As such I don't expect to find any sexually explicit or suggestive scans here. This scan I submitted was none of the above (neither is the scan I linked to in my gallery), as such I see no reason why they should be removed.

Honestly, the fact that it was deleted does not bother me, I already have the scan...I only wanted to share it with everyone who wanted it. I don't need the credits from it either...so IF you decide to allow it in the gallery, I see someone else has re-uploaded it, just leave their's here...it matters not who's gallery it's in to me, but just that it is allowed to be shared.

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Just so you clarify this to me. Where did I imply that you intended MT to become an ecchi/hentai gallery? or for that matter where did I suggest I knew the meaning of why did you start this complain? I fail to see what has led you to answer what you have.

And the fact that you linked yet another image just proves that you are determined to make a point out of images that have eluded the mature content thing. Like I said, if there are images breaking the rules, instead of complaining of why they are in the gallery report them.

I must say I do understand that the fact that some images stay and some get deleted can be annoying and I do not mean to make up excuses but controlling every single image that enters the gallery it's beyond us and we depend on the complete community to help us find the images that might have escaped us. But that's beyond the point.

The mature content policy (I'll refresh your memory since you seem to have forgotten) was a criteria imposed to us by google. We had to start deleting stuff that we had no problem being in our galleries in the first place. In other words, we do not delete these items for fun/kicks/whatever, we delete them to keep our sponsor.

Though you seem to be altruistic I will tell you that IF the image is to be in the galleries it will be in yours since you are the one who submitted it first and that is the fair thing to do. So really, no need to play the martyr here.

Don't know how much fun this is to you, but I do not have the time to continue rambling on about this. I've tried to explain something that has been going on MT for slightly over 11 months! and you simply do not agree with it. So do not expect further replying from me unless another scan mod considers the deletion to be out of line and agrees to the image's restoring. In which case I will gladly restore it and tell you you were right. Which seems to be the only thing you are really looking for.

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To cut this short, we've discussed the matter and we're in agreement that the scan can be returned to the gallery.

End of story. Closed.

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