2018 is bringing in a new Furry Fashion, we will be converting from a mature sim to an adult sim. So what does this mean for you?
It means more merchants, new themes, and new attractions!
Of course, it also means new rules. We want to be clear that we do not plan to be a "Yiff" sim, there are enough of them as there is. We will be welcoming adult attachments with some restrictions, and we will be having (private) adult attractions.
This also means we will be disallowing child avatars and products on sim as well. But fear not! We will have a separate FF branch for our merchants and patrons that enjoy these!
Thank you for taking time to read this, we hope 2018 will be a killer year for us and we look forward to working with you!
Editors Note: Talking to owner Amethyst Crystal, she explained that the final decision was made only after lengthy discussion with the staff, including listening to the concerns of those with reservations about changing the sim rating. Certain behaviors are still not allowed, and the security personnel will still be enforcing those rules.
As someone who is a child full-time, and also likes to send over new people who don't yet have age-verified accounts, this disappoints me. I know you say you will have a separate branch, but from your description, it sounds like the new branch will be geared specifically towards child avatars, which are not the people I send your way. Also, I still want to be able to check out all the cool furry avatars, myself. I hope you will reconsider, and let us have a Furry shopping mall that is geared for everyone.ReplyDelete
Same person as the earlier comment. Probably not good karma to double-post, but I saw that the content rating has already changed. I wish I could support the change. I want to support in-world shopping. But I can't send people to an adult sim. Unless the "separate FF branch" can live up to the original, I will direct them to the SL Marketplace, instead.ReplyDelete
Cynthia Farshore has just added a number of Furry Fashion vendors on the second floor of the Farshore Shipping and Trading store at Sunlight Bay (193. 217, 27).ReplyDelete