Literary Lounge

From: DeannaG26 Jan 2017 19:56
To: ALL1 of 1
Forum Style: Bookish by Deanna
Welcome to Literary Lounge!

This forum is for the literary muse living inside many of us. It's a place of creativity. A place where we can free our minds and hearts to create wondrous things to share with others.

When you first enter our forum you will be a Guest, and your activities here will be somewhat restricted. After a time, you may be moved into the Member group. There, you will find you have much more freedom to participate. We do this to help root out problem children who might ruin the forum for everyone else.

Some of our rules are in place to protect children who visit this forum to read children stories in unrestricted folders.

Our Forum Rules
1. Each author/poster is solely responsible for their own content. Not this site, forum, nor anyone else.

2. Anything you post must be your own work, unless you have permission from the original author. This includes cross posting from other forums and websites.

3. No pornography! Pornography portrays adult relations in the crudest fashion. Erotica is more thought provoking. All erotica must be in restricted access folders and all characters must be adults. (It's sad, that due to the state of world society, we actually have to inform some people of this bit of morality.)

4. Signatures and graphics cannot contain nudity or adult/foul language. Not all folders here allow signatures.

5. Be respectful of all. If you behave poorly, you can be denied access. This includes the Critique Corner. You don't have to be disrespectful or cruel to share your dislike of something.

6. Staff reserves the right to remove any content unfit for people of all ages found outside restricted access folders.

7. Don't fight and argue here. If you have a problem with someone, take it to Email, PM, or offsite. If you can't do this, you can be denied access to the forum.

8. Threatening, stalking, or harassing of anyone is an automatic ban. We have a zero tolerance policy.

9. No adult/foul language in public access areas.

10. We reserve the right to add to, modify, or subtract from these rules at any time.