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Mosaic Musings Posting Standard

Mosaic Musings is designed to meet a suitable standard for our readership. No explicit, obscene or profane language-themed writings and/or implications thereof are allowed within the public forums. If you are a gold member in good standing, we encourage you to post these kinds of topics in our adult-themed forum, Shambhalan Sanctuary. Themes that include cutting, rape, murder, suicide, abuse and the like should be reviewed with a member of the staff prior to posting.

If your post(s) contains any such material, then please email or PM one of our staff members (AMETHYST, Arnfinn, Cleo_Serapis, Eisa, Imhotep, JLY, Psyche) prior to posting and we will review and respond to your request for clarification.

That is not to say that any metaphorical or humorous aspects of a piece will be regarded as distasteful. We are well aware of the satirical associations of today and any reciprocals are the pivot on which the world has turned for a very long time. There is, however, a line between good taste and explicit writing which is readily recognizable.

Should a moderator read a piece that could be interpreted as falling within the above categories, we reserve the right to immediately move the post into a restricted forum, i.e. Mosaic Musings Works Under Review Ra's Renderings where it will be discussed and a decision made as to whether the content is appropriate for Mosaic Musings. If the post is deemed inappropriate, it will be deleted. Otherwise, it will be returned to its original forum. Whatever the outcome, the author will be informed by PM. This in no way reflects on the author, rather it is intended to uphold the standards (and limitations) that Mosaic Musings has placed upon itself.

Mosaic Musings endeavors to become the most uplifting, educational and inspirational writing site to and for ALL ages and cultures of people. A visitor or member of MM, will be able to invite their relatives and friends of all ages to come, read, write, and enjoy our site. We stand unequivocal on this posting standard. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact a Mentor using our team list link located near our calendar of events.

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