What is your policy for "adult material"?
If someone notices a "improper link" from the web site, I encourage you to privately point out the link problem. Notify me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Just as a statement on policy for the SNAZAROO web site. As many of you know we have maintained a stance that this is a site that should be safe for young children to visit and learn about face painting. Also we would not want children exploited in any way. Because of this, we have maintained that photos should maintain a PG-13 rating. We know this term is not a world-wide known standard. The best definition we can give for this is... no "body part" that would normally covered by a bikini bathing suit will be posted (for girls) or a boys bathing suit for the boys. We recognize that above the waist nudity is perfectly acceptable for both adults and children on the beaches in many parts of the world. Likewise, in other countries, this is found to be unacceptable. We are not here to set the standards for the world but only this web site.
I know some of you do some more exotic painting and that certainly is your right and privilege. We are not trying to give you a lecture on morality. We have chosen to not allow "adult" oriented images be posted to this site. You certainly may do what you wish. Included in this mandate, we do not wish to have links from any location on the SNAZAROO site to links that would not meet this PG-13 guideline.
When you wish to show body painting links to your or other sites, this is what you are allowed to do... Simply say in your e-mail to the list, "I have a link to a body painting page that is not suitable for children. Some of you might be interested. Those interested please e-mail me privately and I will e-mail you the link."
Bottom line, is we want the SNAZAROO pages and the discussion list e-mails to always be suitable for children of all ages.
On photos that are to be posted we have come up with the following policy for photos.
"All photos to the SNAZAROO web site are to meet the following standards; 1) no photos deemed by a vote of the discussion list team to be provocative or sexual by nature will be allowed, 2) no images with pasties or thongs are allowed, 3) the general guideline states that any body part that is normally covered by a conventional bathing suit should not be exposed, 4) no nipples may be exposed for a girl of any age, 5) adult body painting is allowed if the model is using cotton undergarments that would cover the "bathing suit area". You may paint over the cotton garments but when magnified it should be obvious that there is a covering. 5) Any photo deemed inappropriate by the list Photo Queen, can be rejected. If the discussion list Photo Queen finds a particular image provocative or sexual she may reject the photo, even if the image has proper clothing on."
In regards to links to inappropriate sites (in your link on the free listing page or in your e-mails)... If you fail to follow this policy, you will be immediately switched from the ability to contribute to the list with out each of your e-mail's being moderated. When this happens, your e-mails receive delays generally of hours up to days. You would be warned and put on probation. If you do this again, your name will be blocked and you will be permanently blocked from the list.
What you do on your web site is entirely up to you. We reserve the right to maintain a child safe site. This is your only notification.
If someone notices a "improper link" from the web site, we encourage you to privately point out the link problem. Notify me at email@example.com
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