Recently we have noted an increase in the number of sexually related topics here. When appropriately expressed, this can be a very positive thing. Sex is one of life’s key components and how to practice it healthfully is well worthy of discussion. After all, without it, there’d soon be no more us!
That said, all such material, regardless of its posting location, must remain within guidelines, with a focus upon health and lifestyle issues. Any sexual material posted for other than such informational purposes is not permissible. On the motion picture scale of G to NC17, strictly PG-rated material is the limit, folks.
Concerns have been raised that when people are told of this site and its name, eyebrows go up. Upon browsing, questions are asked as to what sort of site this is and is it pornographic in nature. It is not our goal to make people cautious before they even get the chance to look around and benefit. Everyone from children to parents to those looking for serious, potentially life-changing material should be made to feel as comfortable as possible.
Thus, henceforth, the home for any and all new and always appropriate sexually-related material will be: Tomboy's Sexuality & Sexual Health for Rawfoodies!
Please bear in mind when considering posting, that this is a family friendly site and that the 30baders of today are the 30baders of tomorrow. Please help us maintain a level of decorum so that parents feel good about bringing their kids here to learn, share and enjoy in the community. Adult issues can be discussed in such a way that model the art of effective, peaceful communication, using language and tones that are kind and safe for everyone.
It is 30BaD's policy that people should not make sexual jokes about someone's body if the person they are commenting on has not done anything to invite them to do this. This is a forum about health and bodies and is family friendly. Clear boundaries are important in order for people to feel comfortable and respected, and it should be assumed that if someone hasn't behaved in a sexual and flirty way when discussing their own body, then sexual language from strangers is not welcome. This is a healthy way to ensure that all of us of every age and gender have an equal opportunity to benefit from the high quality of guidance on this forum when it comes to matters of their bodies and how they are responding to the lfrv diet and lifestyle which is first and foremost the focus here on 30BaD.
Thanks so much for helping this be a community that reaches many audiences.
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