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"Acceptable exposure" in comic rated T+
Kohdok at 3:43PM, Aug. 1, 2007
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Okay, so I have my comic set for T+, and it specifically says “No nudity”. I'm wondering just how much is acceptable before it is considered inappropriate.

For example, in a page that will probably be shown in about two weeks, the main character, who has been trying to conceal something around her neck, steps out of the bathroom after taking a shower and, scared by somebody nearby, pulls her towel off of her body and over her head to cover her neck. In two panels on one page, you see her derriere (butt, backside, bottom, whatever), but not anything else.

Is this okay, should I crop it up, or should I remove it entirely?

The big question is: How much of a rear-end can I display without having to change my rating?
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skoolmunkee at 3:36PM, Aug. 2, 2007
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A bottom should be fine, as long as the whole point of the picture isn't the bottom :) (that would make it more sexual, and less incidental)
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Kohdok at 9:24PM, Aug. 2, 2007
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skoolmunkee
A bottom should be fine, as long as the whole point of the picture isn't the bottom :) (that would make it more sexual, and less incidental)

Um, it is a little bit. The character's mother cracks a joke about getting a “Tramp Stamp”, something the character doesn't have.
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skoolmunkee at 3:34AM, Aug. 3, 2007
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I'm sure it's fine :) A bottom isn't that offensive. Bare boobs would make it more of an M.
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