[info]duskpeterson wrote
on July 10th, 2017 at 03:53 am

Change in the content ratings of my online fiction

Following up on our discussion of this topic earlier, I've simplified my content ratings and have tried to bring them more into line with American standards in ratings. (Which means treating sex and violence differently, darn it.)

When I filtered my current online stories by content rating, I discovered that, out of my 61 stories at AO3, 53 were rated T or M. The other eight stories were borderline cases. Therefore, taking my cue from Wattpad's content ratings, I now have only two ratings for my stories:

T = References to sexuality, brief onscreen violence, and/or sensitive topics.

M = Onscreen sex, extended onscreen violence, and/or extended treatment of sensitive topics.

I've made a few adjustments to my ratings of older stories to fit with my current definitions. As always, if you have specific content questions about my stories, you're welcome to shoot me an e-mail.
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