The Voice Actors Appreciation Society Forum Rules (Read Before Posting)

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All rules in the General Board FAQ apply at the Voice Actors Appreciation Society Forum. If you haven't read them yet, read them now. As always, feel free to contact any of your Forum Moderators if you have any questions.

In regards to recent activity, it has become apparent that in addition to the rules in the link above, additional measures need highlighted:

1. No politics or social issues are allowed on the forums. The notice on the Toonzone Cafe applies to all forums.

Discussion of issues related to the animation industry can sometimes border on political (like scandals involving animation studio companies or creators) and these may be allowed on other forums BUT NOT HERE. This forum is for devoted to the APPRECIATION of voice actors and their work. Any "scandals" discussion will be done on the Entertainment Forum.

2. Disagreements

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Do not flame other members. Treat your fellow board-mates with respect. Do not seek to inflame or aggravate them. Remember, the people you are arguing against are not evil incarnate; they merely have a different opinion. You must treat that opinion with the basic amount of respect if you are going to have any hope of getting them to change it or continue to engage them in a positive exchange.

Action: Moderators have many options to deal with flame wars - anywhere from an in-thread warning to a full ban of some to all members involved.

3. Language

i.
The rule of thumb is be tasteful with your opinions and there are many words out there that better illustrate your thoughts. Leniency will be considered in the discussion thread of content that is a hard PG-13 to R.

a. The use of the following words: hell, ass, damn, and crap are permitted

b. The words in listed in section a. cannot be used
* when used towards another member (i.e. I read your post, user1, and you are full of crap)
* when used against someone on the production crew or cast of an animated series, movie, short, etc. (i.e. I just watched X Movie and I think Writer is full of crap and can go to hell)

ii. The same thing applies to "filtered" words or alternate spellings: sh*t, *****hole, @*#$, and the word-filter "****" are not permitted.

iii. No words related to sexual assault are allowed. This applies to words such as rape, rapist, and sodomize (except in regards to select discussions about sexual assault involving show creators. These words are NOT appropriate for discussing your thoughts on children's cartoons you don't like).

Action: Moderators will edit and/or delete posts as need be and handing out an in-thread warning, Pokes, Warnings, respectively if a member continues to engage in such language.
 
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