As we approach the launch date, I am becoming increasingly aware of grey areas in the TOS. I own and have paid for two erotica niches. Because the very definition of erotica involves textual descriptions of explicit sexual acts, and because multiple erotica categories have been approved and have owners, I can only assume that it's only pornographic imagery that is disallowed.
As I am also the winning bidder of the currently-named "GirlsGoneBitcoin" which will be renamed and given a new description to separate it from its predecessor's unethical reputation, I do feel the need to clarify what is or is not considered pornographic.
The only thing I was able to locate in Narrative's official documentation says something to the effect of "a photograph of Michelangelo's David is acceptable, while a nude photograph of your friend David is not." This confuses me, because there had been a previous appeal to the Tribunal to reject GirlsGoneBitcoin, but the Tribunal unanimously voted for it to remain Approved. I need to know where the line is drawn in order to indicate it when I request an edit to the description. One would infer that the Tribunal's decision indicates that naked breasts are acceptable, and therefore not considered pornographic on this platform. (Though certainly all such posts should be marked 18+.)
Based on what I have described above, it seems safe to assume that written erotica and photographs of naked breasts are appropriate for this platform when properly marked as adult content. Is it photos of genitalia that are where the line for "acceptable adult content" and "pornography" is drawn? Or only graphical depictions of sexual acts? Where does a bare posterior fall on this line?
These are important questions relevant to my business interests, as I am trying to recruit "girls" who want to show off their breasts for NRVE tips and moderators who would like to earn 6% for looking at pictures of women's breasts to ensure that the women are not harassed in comments and that the same women are not linking to outside websites or otherwise implying they engage in prostitution.