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As of this morning, the guidelines state that we don’t allow 'real people engaging in sexual acts, such as masturbation or sexual intercourse on camera.'”So far, Patreon hasn’t removed any creators’ pages based on these new rules.
In his email, Conte said he “won’t pull the rug out from a creator’s income, even in the case of a policy violation.”But gaming website Kotaku reports that some erotic games that raise funds on Patreon, including one with an incest storyline, have already been flagged as "under review."“The team actually built a new system, a suspension tool, over the last few weeks, to avoid sudden removals,” Conte said.
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In his email, Conte said he realizes “that 'pornography' is difficult to define, and 'you know it when you see it' is a totally inadequate policy.
So we’ve added additional detail to the pornography section of our content policy, and the team will be spending even more time clarifying our guidelines in the future.
Consumers love to do business with someone that can admit mistakes and state how they made improvements.
As the open letter points out, Patreon pushed back when payment processors like Pay Pal tried to ban adult content creators on the platform from using their services.
For these reasons and others, adult content creators believed the platform was supportive of their work.
If you're just reading the headlines, you’ll be under the impression that we’re ‘cracking down on adult content.’ Again, this is not what’s actually happening,” he wrote.
But some content creators say the move is a crackdown on creators who offer patrons access to content like erotic films, nude photos, private Snapchat feeds, and video chat sessions in exchange for monthly fees.In a response to Conte's email sent to reporters, the authors of the open letter say they're disappointed in Conte's response, which they say essentially means "sex workers unable to change or censor their work to fit new requirements should lose their income and that legal expressions of sexual creativity do not have a home on their platform.""[Conte] both moves to come out strongly against specific forms of expression, such as 'real people engaging in sexual acts,' while going on at length about how good a home Patreon is to creators," the statement reads.