Blacklisting yuri as a tag just reinforces this erroneous distinction (perpetuated primarily by online manga readers). I can't find it in the rules.(And for the record: it's perfectly fine to create roleplays revolving around same-sex relationships, or introduce them in your regular roleplays, so long as it's kept classy and child-friendly.) Role Play Gateway is a site built by a couple roleplayers who wanted to give a little something back to the roleplay community.The site has no intention of earning any profit, and is paid for out of their own pockets.in which you can do the following things:- The best alternative to Lolita.- Chat for free with all kinds of people.to specify it must go 'Settings'.- Chat with webcam in the 'video' mode.- Have fun while you click 'Next' to find someone interesting.- Chat anonymously with no micro and no video in the 'text' mode.- Spy others video chats anonymously if you are allowed.- Meet funny friends from all over the.- Can not find interesting people on the street?I know some sites don't allow you to play as them, for whatever reason.It's just well.ARE popular in Japan in used a lot in anime..games and as a canon player it annoys me a bit when sites restrict the kind of characters you can play. Granted lolis aren't my favorite but there are some I just find really funny (Like Squid Girl x3) and would like to play them but I just find it odd.
, parfois romanisé Rorikon ou Lolikon est un terme wasei-eigo (mot formé au Japon à partir de termes d'origine anglaise) reprenant la contraction de Lolita Complex (de Lolita, roman de Vladimir Nabokov), désignant l'attirance pour les jeunes adolescentes qui n'ont pas encore complété leur puberté (les lolitas) voire les fillettes qui ne l'ont pas encore atteint.If you appreciate what they do, feel free to donate your spare change to help feed them on the weekends.After selecting the amount you want to donate from the menu, you can continue by clicking on Pay Pal logo.No cybering on any portion of the site, even in non-public areas. It is for this exact reason that roleplays with the descriptors "yaoi" and "yuri" are banned: The terms primarily refer to explicit sexual conduct between two individuals of the same gender.The issue here isn't that there's a homosexual relationship going on here, but rather the fact that the writing is going to get hot and heavy.
Now that I think on it, I know why..it's still odd.