Not sure the right place to ask, so here I am.
Sorry if this is a weird question. I'm new to Twine and not sure how restrictive it is about allowable content. I want to write an interactive short story that features explicit language and sexual content. I'd like to know in advance if this would violate any sort of TOS or cause my story to be deleted/blocked. Just want to be on the safe side before I pour a whole lot of effort into learning Twine's programming language.
I can say that other people have used Twine to build Adult Interactive Fiction containing both explicit language and sexual content, the stories are just not listed/linked to on this forum.
I don't know if that is due to this forum TOS or because the other sites are better suited to the adult content.
More worried about what happens after a game is published, but thanks for the info.
That's great. I'm being cautious because there's been a crackdown on erotica across publishing and blogging platforms, so I wanted to make sure this wouldn't lead to problems down the line.
Referring more to the erotica panic of 2013 and the wholesale deletion that followed.
"Fortunately events like this are rare. But if you're going to self-publish, it's absolutely vital that you read and understand the Terms and Conditions of any platform you decide to use (a step that authors often gloss over), so you'll know right from the start the degree to which you're subject to your platform's power to make you disappear."
As for adult content, it's similar to Word or any other creative software, you can use it to create any kind of content and software author can't be responsible for that.
Only problem can be the place where you put up your story, publishing platform.
I never thought of it that way. Makes really good sense. Thank you!