There will be people who feel it necessary to discuss certain works in order to understand some genre or the other. Well, we are about stories, not genres. Defining genres is not our mission. The only thing they have to do with us is that are convenient ways to organize lists of works. Some less publicly accessible forum will have to be used to further define them. I know this will cause some tropers to throw up their hands, shout about censorship, and eventually stalk off for good. Sorry for that, but this is the way it has to be.
edited 14th Apr '12 7:18:10 AM by FastEddie
edited 14th Apr '12 7:49:53 AM by FastEddie
edited 14th Apr '12 7:33:53 AM by Discar
what goes up, must come down
edited 14th Apr '12 7:46:53 AM by SeptimusHeap
- What age group is the site aimed at? (This is a non-obvious answer — it may turn out to be too much trouble to maintain both Disney and adult tropes on the same site)
- If this is a site about fictional tropes, should all Real Life examples move to a separate namespace (like YMMV), or be deleted?
- Is there material that might better be moved to another site (like Fetish Fuel was)?
- Do Darth and Sugar fit any more?
edited 14th Apr '12 8:41:54 AM by robster2001
edited 14th Apr '12 8:43:32 AM by Margo196