I didn't see this covered in the first 5 pages, and the rules, frankly, are not specific enough to answer me here. I know that pornography, excessive swearing and graphic violence are prohibited (and it seems some "bad words" are censored, which is a huge red flag for me). But I do want clarification. 1: What words are counted as "bad"? I am aware of some words that are commonly used that some people find highly offensive, like the "r" word, or commonly used words denoting sexual preference. 2: Is there a context wherein otherwise forbidden words are allowable? For example, to illustrate that a character is a bigot. 3: Are there subjects that are off limits? 4: Are there opinions that are off limits, as in, opinions that get us reprimanded for expressing them in creative works? 5: If the answer to the former is "yes", what if the opinion is expressed by the work but not supported by the author? For example: the Slayer song "Angel of Death" is told from the perspective of a nazi who earned that nickname, but the band doesn't support racism or genocide in any way (in fact the singer, Tom Arraya, is part Colombian Indian, and thus would have been in the death camps had he been alive in Nazi Germany). The song was meant as an exploration of the mind of someone who would do that kind of stuff. Is that sort of thing disallowed? 6: Just how strict is the censorship program here? I ask because there are plenty of places that censor obscene words even if they are part of a non-obscene word. For example, the English town of S****horpe has a filthy word for female genitalia in it, the first 3 letters of "Japan" are a racial slur, and the word "circumstance" has a 3 letter combination that is a dirty slang word for a bodily fluid commonly associated with sex, and the word "associated" has it's own naughty 3 word combo. Do the bad words need to be their own words to be asterix'd out? 7: How explicit must a description of sex be to counted as porn? That is a serious question.