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IF A CLUB HAS A MATURE RATING CAN THEY HAVE POLE DANCING


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OK..... You compare these two definitions and decide.  I have highlighted a few sections that you might consider relevant.  BTW, notice that time of day isn't part of these definitions. 

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Second Life's Moderate designation accommodates most of the non-adult activities common in Second Life. Dance clubs, bars, stores and malls, galleries, music venues, beaches, parks, and other spaces for socializing, creating, and learning all support a Moderate designation so long as they do not host publicly promoted adult activities or content and do not use adult search tags. Groups, events and classifieds that relate to this broad range of activities and themes generally should also be designated as Moderate.

Residents in these spaces should therefore expect to see a variety of themes and content. Stores that sell a range of content that includes some "sexy" clothing or objects can generally reside in Moderate rather than Adult regions. Dance clubs that feature "burlesque" acts can also generally reside in Moderate regions as long as they don't promote sexual conduct, for instance through pose balls (whether in "backrooms" or more visible spaces). However if any of these businesses uses adult-oriented search tags, the region may be categorized as Adult and blocked from appearing in non-Adult search.

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The Adult designation applies to Second Life regions that host, conduct, or display content that is sexually explicit, intensely violent, or depicts illicit drug use.  A region must be designated Adult if it hosts, advertises, or publicly promotes:

  • Representations of intensely violent acts, for example depicting death, torture, dismemberment or other severe bodily harm, whether or not photo-realistic (meaning that images either are or cannot be distinguished from a photograph).
  • Photo-realistic nudity.
  • Expressly sexually themed content, spaces or activities, whether or not photo-realistic. We broadly define what is "sexually themed" to include any sexually oriented activities and conduct.
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Saying that after some certain time something is allowed in Sl sounds abit naive;) however, the maturity ratings are listed here: http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Maturity-ratings/ta-p/700119 and the faq is here: http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Adult_Content_FAQ , look at this section: “Is simple nudity without sex Adult?“ and the following lines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Certainly when LL first introduced "Adult" as a rating (previously everything was either PG or M, and M meant "anything goes," pretty much), strippers on dance-poles were considered OK for M-rated clubs.   I was at the meeting where Blondin Linden explained that (I remember we quizzed him on this).   Broadly speaking, strippers are OK on M land but brothels and sex dungeons aren't.  

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One more insight why "midnight" in SL is not a good choice to tie your or anyone elses behavior to: Second Life is an international platform, used by people around the world. So what might work for a local TV station, does not work for Second Life. For me, SL midnight is my morning and my midnight is, when SL has its afternoon.

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