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The whole content review system is here referred to as "The 5P Circuit". Once the work under review has been flagged for 5P evaluation (via the [[http://i.imgur.com/tU58tWC.png "Report Page" button in the sidebar]] - remember to check off the checkbox!), it will display in the [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/content_violation_reports.php Content Violations Report]], also known as queue or CVR. There, the 5P can give [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Devil-3-icon_2608.png devilhead]] or [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/angel_icon_mo_011_3865.jpg angelhead/halo]] icons to vote "Violates policy" and "Does not violate policy" respectively. They can also zap off the flag, remove it from the queue, either because it isn't flagworthy, didn't give a proper reason in the flag box or in order to change their votes.

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The whole content review system is here referred to as "The 5P Circuit". Once the work under review has been flagged for 5P evaluation (via the [[http://i.imgur.com/tU58tWC.[[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screen_shot_2020_10_15_at_55441_pm.png "Report Page" button in the sidebar]] - remember to check off the checkbox!), checkbox in the input form that opens when you click "Report Page"!), it will display in the [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/content_violation_reports.php Content Violations Report]], also known as queue or CVR. There, the 5P can give [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Devil-3-icon_2608.png devilhead]] or [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/angel_icon_mo_011_3865.jpg angelhead/halo]] icons to vote "Violates policy" and "Does not violate policy" respectively. They can also zap off the flag, remove it from the queue, either because it isn't flagworthy, didn't give a proper reason in the flag box or in order to change their votes.


Previously, this issue had been raised after criticism of suspicious-sounding content of the article InnocentPanties was made by the ''This Troper'' video series on YouTube, which deeply bothered forum administrator Fast Eddie; this resulted in a prior campaign to purge the Wiki of perversity, which was deemed insufficient after Google voiced its complaints. The original thread by Fast Eddie can be found [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13308303400A66360100&page=1 here]], and the original effort that it provoked can be found [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13312331670A55000100&page=1 here]]. After Google voiced its complaints, Fast Eddie made a full policy change with the intention of removing pornography as a subject material, announced [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13344112380A34560100&page=1 here]].

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Previously, this issue had been raised after criticism of suspicious-sounding content of the article InnocentPanties was made by the ''This Troper'' video series on YouTube, Website/YouTube, which deeply bothered forum administrator Fast Eddie; this resulted in a prior campaign to purge the Wiki of perversity, which was deemed insufficient after Google voiced its complaints. The original thread by Fast Eddie can be found [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13308303400A66360100&page=1 here]], and the original effort that it provoked can be found [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13312331670A55000100&page=1 here]]. After Google voiced its complaints, Fast Eddie made a full policy change with the intention of removing pornography as a subject material, announced [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13344112380A34560100&page=1 here]].


So you are coming to TVTropes to read about a very controversial work or you are vetting the page you created about that pornographic webcomic you once read. Suddenly, instead of the work page you were looking for you end up here.

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So you are coming to TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes to read about a very controversial work or you are vetting the page you created about that pornographic webcomic you once read. Suddenly, instead of the work page you were looking for you end up here.



You see, there isn't much to write about pornos (especially of the PornWithoutPlot variety) except for going into too much detail on the porny bits to the point where it violates Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness. Also, works that sexualize children or paint paedophilia in a positive light are just plain creepy, to the point that they aren't wanted on TVTropes. Hence, starting from April 2012 we are removing articles for those works.

However, defining "porn" and "pandering to paedophiles" is the most controversial bit of this policy, not only because it decides on which works are allowed on TVTropes but also touches on very controversial topics. Hence, a committee called the Administrivia/FiveP was convened that decides whether a work is porn or paedo-pandering and which sort of solution is required for the issue.

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You see, there isn't much to write about pornos (especially of the PornWithoutPlot variety) except for going into too much detail on the porny bits to the point where it violates Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness. Also, works that sexualize children or paint paedophilia in a positive light are just plain creepy, to the point that they aren't wanted on TVTropes.[=TVTropes=]. Hence, starting from April 2012 we are removing articles for those works.

However, defining "porn" and "pandering to paedophiles" is the most controversial bit of this policy, not only because it decides on which works are allowed on TVTropes [=TVTropes=] but also touches on very controversial topics. Hence, a committee called the Administrivia/FiveP was convened that decides whether a work is porn or paedo-pandering and which sort of solution is required for the issue.


The whole content review system is here referred to as "The 5P Circuit". Once the work under review has been flagged for 5P evaluation (via the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/e483076c072b35929795f2c1860a3180.PNG "Report Page" button in the sidebar]] - remember to check off the checkbox!), it will display in the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/content_violation_reports.php Content Violations Report]], also known as queue or CVR. There, the 5P can give [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Devil-3-icon_2608.png devilhead]] or [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/angel_icon_mo_011_3865.jpg angelhead/halo]] icons to vote "Violates policy" and "Does not violate policy" respectively. They can also zap off the flag, remove it from the queue, either because it isn't flagworthy, didn't give a proper reason in the flag box or in order to change their votes.

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The whole content review system is here referred to as "The 5P Circuit". Once the work under review has been flagged for 5P evaluation (via the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/e483076c072b35929795f2c1860a3180.PNG [[http://i.imgur.com/tU58tWC.png "Report Page" button in the sidebar]] - remember to check off the checkbox!), it will display in the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/content_violation_reports.php Content Violations Report]], also known as queue or CVR. There, the 5P can give [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Devil-3-icon_2608.png devilhead]] or [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/angel_icon_mo_011_3865.jpg angelhead/halo]] icons to vote "Violates policy" and "Does not violate policy" respectively. They can also zap off the flag, remove it from the queue, either because it isn't flagworthy, didn't give a proper reason in the flag box or in order to change their votes.


'''A:''' You can flag content as unsuitable using the flag tool, which is located in the Tools menu to the left of each article, keeping the criteria in mind. Also, you can help enforce Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness across the wiki, possibly though cleaning pages listed in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13363080460A07228500 this Long Term Projects thread]].

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'''A:''' You can flag content as unsuitable using the flag tool, which is located in the Tools menu to the left right of each article, keeping the criteria in mind. Also, you can help enforce Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness across the wiki, possibly though cleaning pages listed in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13363080460A07228500 this Long Term Projects thread]].


The whole content review system is here referred to as "The 5P Circuit". Once the work under review has been flagged for 5P evaluation (via the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Screenshot_4_789.png "Request a content violation evaluation." button in the sidebar]]), it will display in the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/content_violation_reports.php Content Violations Report]], also known as queue or CVR. There, the 5P can give [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Devil-3-icon_2608.png devilhead]] or [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/angel_icon_mo_011_3865.jpg angelhead/halo]] icons to vote "Violates policy" and "Does not violate policy" respectively. They can also zap off the flag, remove it from the queue, either because it isn't flagworthy, didn't give a proper reason in the flag box or in order to change their votes.

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The whole content review system is here referred to as "The 5P Circuit". Once the work under review has been flagged for 5P evaluation (via the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Screenshot_4_789.png "Request a content violation evaluation." org/pmwiki/pub/images/e483076c072b35929795f2c1860a3180.PNG "Report Page" button in the sidebar]]), sidebar]] - remember to check off the checkbox!), it will display in the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/content_violation_reports.php Content Violations Report]], also known as queue or CVR. There, the 5P can give [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Devil-3-icon_2608.png devilhead]] or [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/angel_icon_mo_011_3865.jpg angelhead/halo]] icons to vote "Violates policy" and "Does not violate policy" respectively. They can also zap off the flag, remove it from the queue, either because it isn't flagworthy, didn't give a proper reason in the flag box or in order to change their votes.


'''A:''' No, of course not. We have pages on GreedyJew, AdolfHitler and ''Literature/MeinKampf'' after all. However, if we choose to focus our attention on schoolgirls' thighs or porn, it does reflect very poorly on us. FanFicRecommendations are a slightly different issue. If a work is recommended there, this should be taken as an endorsement by the troper who wrote it.

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'''A:''' No, of course not. We have pages on GreedyJew, AdolfHitler UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler and ''Literature/MeinKampf'' after all. However, if we choose to focus our attention on schoolgirls' thighs or porn, it does reflect very poorly on us. FanFicRecommendations are a slightly different issue. If a work is recommended there, this should be taken as an endorsement by the troper who wrote it.


'''Q:''' ''Does that mean you'll be removing Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet or Franchise/LawAndOrder?''\\

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'''Q:''' ''Does that mean you'll be removing Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' or Franchise/LawAndOrder?''\\''Franchise/LawAndOrder''?''\\


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'''Q:''' ''Are we allowed to make forum threads about works processed by 5P?''\\
'''A:''' If it was voted "clean and keep", a forum thread is relatively safe as long as it is restricted to talking about the clean parts. Anything with a stronger judgement is discouraged on the forums.


* Do not list whole indexes or works just because they are on a certain index or have lolicon, HGame or shotacon on their trope list. There is such a thing as TropeDecay and IndexDecay.

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* Do not list whole indexes or works just because they are on a certain index or have lolicon, HGame or shotacon on their trope list. There is such a thing as TropeDecay and IndexDecay.



* Do not list works that you know are G rated but you find them creepy.

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* Do not list works that you know are G rated G-rated but you find them are creepy.


'''A:''' 5P will hold their discussions in a publically viewable forum, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/conversations.php?topic=5p here]]. Although 5P will have the final say on what stays or goes, tropers will be able to politely contest and question decisions, and civil, reasonable concerns will be listened to and addressed.

'''Q:''' ''Does this affect ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability at all?''\\

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'''A:''' 5P will hold their discussions in a publically publicly viewable forum, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/conversations.php?topic=5p here]]. Although 5P will have the final say on what stays or goes, tropers will be able to politely contest and question decisions, and civil, reasonable concerns will be listened to and addressed.

'''Q:''' ''Does this affect ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability at all?''\\


For starters, when flagging a work, '''please provide detailed reasons''' in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13345387140A33840100 Page Restoration Petitions]], [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13349331300A11026600 The Place for Purging Porn and Pedo-Pandering (AKA P5 flag evaluations)]] or the article's discussion page before flagging. Any flag issued without such arguments will be removed and a notice posted on the discussion page in question. Abusing the system can result in flagging[=/=]forum privileges being restricted or removed altogether.

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For starters, when flagging a work, '''please provide detailed reasons''' in the box that comes up upon flagging. You can also post these reasons in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13345387140A33840100 Page Restoration Petitions]], [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13349331300A11026600 The Place for Purging Porn and Pedo-Pandering (AKA P5 flag evaluations)]] or evaluations)]], and/or the article's discussion page before flagging.page. Any flag issued without such arguments will be removed and a notice posted on the discussion page in question. Abusing the system can result in flagging[=/=]forum privileges being restricted or removed altogether.


For starters, when flagging a work, '''please provide detailed reasons''' in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13345387140A33840100 Page Restoration Petitions]], [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13349331300A11026600 The Place for Purging Porn and Pedo-Pandering (AKA P5 flag evaluations)]] or the article's discussion page before flagging. Any flag issued without such arguments will be removed and a notice posted on the discussion page in question. Abusing the system can result in forum privileges being restricted or removed altogether.

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For starters, when flagging a work, '''please provide detailed reasons''' in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13345387140A33840100 Page Restoration Petitions]], [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13349331300A11026600 The Place for Purging Porn and Pedo-Pandering (AKA P5 flag evaluations)]] or the article's discussion page before flagging. Any flag issued without such arguments will be removed and a notice posted on the discussion page in question. Abusing the system can result in forum flagging[=/=]forum privileges being restricted or removed altogether.



'''A:''' You can flag content as unsuitable using the flag tool, which is located in the Tools menu to the left of each article, keeping the criteria in mind. Also, you can help enforce Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness across the wiki, possibly though cleaning pages listed in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13363080460A07228500 this Special Efforts thread]].

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'''A:''' You can flag content as unsuitable using the flag tool, which is located in the Tools menu to the left of each article, keeping the criteria in mind. Also, you can help enforce Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness across the wiki, possibly though cleaning pages listed in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13363080460A07228500 this Special Efforts Long Term Projects thread]].


You see, there isn't much to write about pornos (especially of the PornWithoutPlot variety) except for going into too much detail on the porny bits to the point where it violates Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness. And works that sexualize children or paint paedophilia in a positive light are just plain creepy, to the point that they aren't wanted on TVTropes. Hence, starting from April 2012 we are removing articles for those works.

However, defining "porn" and "pandering to paedophiles" is the most controversial bit of this policy not only because it decides on which works are allowed on TVTropes but also touches on very controversial topics. Hence, a committee called the Administrivia/FiveP was convened that decides whether a work is porn or paedo and which sort of solution is required for the issue.

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You see, there isn't much to write about pornos (especially of the PornWithoutPlot variety) except for going into too much detail on the porny bits to the point where it violates Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness. And Also, works that sexualize children or paint paedophilia in a positive light are just plain creepy, to the point that they aren't wanted on TVTropes. Hence, starting from April 2012 we are removing articles for those works.

However, defining "porn" and "pandering to paedophiles" is the most controversial bit of this policy policy, not only because it decides on which works are allowed on TVTropes but also touches on very controversial topics. Hence, a committee called the Administrivia/FiveP was convened that decides whether a work is porn or paedo paedo-pandering and which sort of solution is required for the issue.



For starters, when flagging a work, '''please provide detailed reasons''' in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13345387140A33840100 Page Restoration Petitions]], [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13349331300A11026600 The Place for Purging Porn and Pedo-Pandering (AKA P5 flag evaluations)]] or the article's discussion page before flagging. Any flag issued without such arguments will be removed and a notice posted on the discussion page in question.

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For starters, when flagging a work, '''please provide detailed reasons''' in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13345387140A33840100 Page Restoration Petitions]], [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13349331300A11026600 The Place for Purging Porn and Pedo-Pandering (AKA P5 flag evaluations)]] or the article's discussion page before flagging. Any flag issued without such arguments will be removed and a notice posted on the discussion page in question.
question. Abusing the system can result in forum privileges being restricted or removed altogether.



Also, in the case of [[HGame H-Games]], there is this questioning to fill up:

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Also, in the case of [[HGame H-Games]], {{H Game}}s, there is this questioning to fill up:



'''Q:''' ''Does that mean you'll be removing RomeoAndJuliet or LawAndOrder?''\\

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'''Q:''' ''Does that mean you'll be removing RomeoAndJuliet Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet or LawAndOrder?''\\Franchise/LawAndOrder?''\\



'''A:''' You can flag content as unsuitable using the flag tool, which is located in the Tools menu to the left of each article, keeping the criteria in mind. Or you can help enforcing Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness across the wiki, possibly though cleaning pages listed in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13363080460A07228500 this Special Efforts thread]].

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'''A:''' You can flag content as unsuitable using the flag tool, which is located in the Tools menu to the left of each article, keeping the criteria in mind. Or Also, you can help enforcing enforce Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness across the wiki, possibly though cleaning pages listed in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13363080460A07228500 this Special Efforts thread]].



'''A:''' No. Please don't. We have had problems with tropers deciding to cutlist large numbers of works, some of which were not in violation of the content policy. Instead, wait for 5P's judgement.

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'''A:''' No.'''No'''. Please don't. We have had problems with tropers deciding to cutlist large numbers of works, some of which were not in violation of the content policy. Instead, wait for 5P's judgement.



As part of the new effort, Arha made a thread for the renaming of the RapeTropes, on which Fast Eddie made another announcement, seeming to declare that rape as a subject is no longer considered acceptable, later giving the reasoning that this was a practical measure to address to the issues that it causes. The thread can be found [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13337475620A51675000&page=1 here]], Fast Eddie's announcement [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13337475620A51675000&page=15#352 here]], and the later explanation is [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13337475620A51675000&page=17#410 here]]. The rape tropes were later restored as announced [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13349331300A11026600&page=244#6090 here]], now running without Google ads.

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As part of the new effort, Arha made a thread for the renaming of the RapeTropes, SexualHarassmentAndRapeTropes, on which Fast Eddie made another announcement, seeming to declare that rape as a subject is no longer considered acceptable, later giving the reasoning that this was a practical measure to address to the issues that it causes. The thread can be found [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13337475620A51675000&page=1 here]], Fast Eddie's announcement [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13337475620A51675000&page=15#352 here]], and the later explanation is [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13337475620A51675000&page=17#410 here]]. The rape tropes were later restored as announced [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13349331300A11026600&page=244#6090 here]], now running without Google ads.








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You see, there isn't much to write about pornos (especially of the PornWithoutPlot variety) except for going into too much detail on the porny bits to the point where it violates Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness. And works that sexualize children or paint paedophilia in a positive light are just plain creepy, to the point that they aren't wanted on TVTropes anymore. Hence, starting from April 2012 we are removing pages of them.

However, defining "porn" and "pandering to paedophiles" is the most controversial bit of this policy not only because it decides on which works are allowed on TVTropes but also touches on very controversial topics. Hence, a comittee called the Administrivia/FiveP was convened that decides whether a work is porn or paedo and which sort of solution is required for the issue.

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You see, there isn't much to write about pornos (especially of the PornWithoutPlot variety) except for going into too much detail on the porny bits to the point where it violates Administrivia/NoLewdnessNoPrudishness. And works that sexualize children or paint paedophilia in a positive light are just plain creepy, to the point that they aren't wanted on TVTropes anymore. TVTropes. Hence, starting from April 2012 we are removing pages of them.

articles for those works.

However, defining "porn" and "pandering to paedophiles" is the most controversial bit of this policy not only because it decides on which works are allowed on TVTropes but also touches on very controversial topics. Hence, a comittee committee called the Administrivia/FiveP was convened that decides whether a work is porn or paedo and which sort of solution is required for the issue.


So you are coming to TVTropes to read about a very controversial work, ''Kodomo No Jikan'', or you are vetting the page you created about that pornographic webcomic you once read. Suddenly, instead of the work page you were looking for you see the page and its subpages cut and locked, maybe with a note on the discussion page saying "Cut per P5". You are panicking or surprised, having never heard of the P5 before.

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So you are coming to TVTropes to read about a very controversial work, ''Kodomo No Jikan'', work or you are vetting the page you created about that pornographic webcomic you once read. Suddenly, instead of the work page you were looking for you see the page and its subpages cut and locked, maybe with a note on the discussion page saying "Cut per P5". You are panicking or surprised, having never heard of the P5 before.
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