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Old 03-02-2011, 02:19 PM View Post #113 (Link)
Majyk (Offline)
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It should technically be all right. It might be a good idea to put a warning in the post, because there are younger members here. See numbers three and four:

Originally Posted by Rules For Posting Literature
  1. Don't submit more than one thing per day. Submitting something that's 100 pages long will probably be ignored by members - it's too much! And submitting 5 poems in a single day won't give members a chance to read them all. Moderation is key.
  2. Give at least two critiques for each piece you submit. The more critiques you write, the more people will critique your own work.
  3. Use content warnings. If you think your story is not suitable for certain audiences, put a content warning at the top of your post saying so. Also, try to leave offensive material out of the thread's title.
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  5. Please follow our guidelines for giving critiques
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