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How is what possible?  I don't understand the question.  How did you "get them block"?  You can't block someone who flags your iytems.  You can't even know who it was.  Besides, a flag just tells LL what to look for. LL will only remove items in your storeif they agree that they were posted improperly.  If they did, they you'll need to figure out what made your items appear to be Adult.  Did the photos include any nudity?  Did you use sexual language of any kind in the text of your ads?  See https://marketplace.secondlife.com/listing_guidelines#adult-guidelines

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How is what possible?  I don't understand the question.  How did you "get them block"?  You can't block someone who flags your iytems.  You can't even know who it was.  Besides, a flag just tells LL what to look for. LL will only remove items in your storeif they agree that they were posted improperly.  If they did, they you'll need to figure out what made your items appear to be Adult.  Did the photos include any nudity?  Did you use sexual language of any kind in the text of your ads?  See https://marketplace.secondlife.com/listing_guidelines#adult-guidelines

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I saw at least two items, both mesh tops, on the first page that could earn a flag for adult. Items that use adult language or adult terms, like naming genitalia, should be marked as adult. (So should any item that shows uncovered nudity. You seem to have used censor stars fairly well, so that shouldn't be a problem, but it could.)

Any item can be flagged as adult. It's up to LL to review the flagged items and decide if they agree or not. In your case, if the items were blocked, LL clearly agreed with the person who flagged the items. Pay closer attention to what you're posting. If it's a graphic top or dress, make sure that it's marked adult if it has inappropriate words in the graphic. Make sure that nipples and genitals are fully covered, either by adding censor strips or pasties in photoshop, or by wearing underwear or pasties when you take the inworld photos. 

Here's the relevant guideline, from the section detailing what qualifies as Mature rated: Mild language, including crude, suggestive or bathroom humor, as long as it does not involve profanity, sexual references, or descriptions of violent acts.

I can see how a couple of your items might cross that line, even though they're just shirts.

 

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