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Royally Forbidden Love ProfilProfilesRoyally Forbidden Love Profil by ~KawaiiTala-CuteWolf
Weight: 117 lbs
Style: Punk/Surfer (it varies)
Hair Colour: Light Blonde with Blue Tips and streaks
Eye Colour: Green with Orange
Fur Colour: Black
Description: - Hair is usually down and straight.
- Tanned Skin
- Small Bust
- Thin Body
- Clothes consist of White V necks with destroyed denim shorts
- Brown leather flip flops
- Going out/ Night Time Clothes:
-White off the Shoulder Tight Belly Shirt
-Black Tank Top Bell Shirt Aqua lined
- Aqua Fishnet Arm Warmers
-Ripped Black Denim Booty shorts with Aqua Fishnet spankies underneath
-Doc Marten Combat Boots
Each moderator who accepts or rejects submissions are going to have slightly tweaked versions on how to accept work to the club. This does not make us bias and it doesn't mean we are against you. With that in mind, each moderator has the same set of guidelines for submitting works to the club. The rules follow as:
Submissions must be Girl / Girl related.
This means they must show two girls together.
As a general this should also mean they should be clearly more than just friends.
Pictures you drew for your girlfriend are NOT clearly showing Girl / Girl love. However, if you submit a picture you drew for your girlfriend of your characters tenderly cuddling, then it would be.
Submissions must be Lesbian Pride related.
This means it must show at least one character / person clearly showing off their lesbian pride.
Characters/Pictures that do not clearly say (however not literally) I am a Lesbian will be rejected.
Examples of such would be wearing rainbow coloured clothing or accessories.
Pictures you drew for your girlfriend of just her character is NOT clearly showing Lesbian Pride. However, if it was a picture of your girlfriend's character saying something sassy about being a Lesbian, or wearing something rainbow-y, then it would be.
Submissions must clearly show either Girl / Girl Love or Lesbian Pride.
To be clear, submissions do not have to be both Girl / Girl Love and Lesbian Pride. They can just be one or the other. But if girl/girl love or lesbian pride is just part of a more general lgbt theme, please send to a general pride club.
Exceptions of this would be fan art, stamps, or other deviations for Lesbian films.
Yuri is allowed in this club.
Yuri is defined as: A Japanese jargon term for content and a genre involving love between women in manga, anime, and related Japanese media. Yuri can focus either on the sexual or the emotional aspects of the relationship, the latter sometimes being called shōjo-ai by western fans.
Yuri that is based on two girls in a lustful situation, however, are not accepted.
Work should be tasteful and appropriate.
This means that work should not show two lustful girls having sexual intercourse, but instead soft and sweetly making love.
This also means no pornography.
In general, all work should abide by deviantART rules. Please check out some of these FAQ's:
FAQ #565: You prohibit the submission of 'pornographic imagery'; what do you consider this to be?
FAQ #251: You prohibit the submission of 'pornographic literature'; what do you consider this to be?
FAQ #305: Is posting 'Adult' oriented artwork alright if I censor it first?
FAQ #249: Are there restrictions on photographs of teenagers or children?
FAQ #284: Can we submit photographs showing actual injury, self-harm and mutilation?
FAQ #7: What is the policy concerning photographs of corpses, cruelty or death?
FAQ #12: deviantART doesn't allow 'Hate Art', 'Hate Speech' or 'Hate Propaganda', what is this?
Screenshots are not accepted.
This includes any game, especially The Sims.
Plain screenshots from films are not allowed either.
Members are allowed to submit up to four submissions per week.
This includes only accepted pieces; if your submission is rejected, you may submit another as long as you have no more than four accepted per week.
Weeks restart on Monday at 00:00 (12:00 AM) PST time.
Having submission limits helps to keep deviations from flooding other members inboxes.
Series / Sets of deviations are to not be submitted.
This means that if you have a series / set that you want to submit, you may only submit ONE that represents the series / set the best.
If you want others to see the other deviations in the series / set, please link them in the description of the deviation you have chosen to best represent the series / set.
Submissions should be placed in their appropriate category.
We have many folders to choose from and it makes it much easier if you place your work in the appropriate folder.
The Submissions Committee is welcome to reject your works if not placed in the appropriate folder. These works are the only ones you may resubmit.
The Featured folder is no longer available for members to post their work. However, work will still be placed there.
The Submissions Committee is in charge of putting works in the Featured; pieces placed there are placed their because we feel they deserve extra recognition.
You cannot request your work to be placed in the Featured folder, but if you feel your work should be placed in another folder please send a note to the group.
Rejected submissions may not be resubmitted unless one of the Submission Committee Members lets you know otherwise.
You may request to know why your deviations were rejected.
Arguing with staff about why your submission was not accepted will not get you anywhere.
If you find a submission in the gallery that does not seem to fit these rules, feel free to send us a note and we will look into it.
Submission Guidelines are subject to change at any time.
Submission Guidelines were last updated on May 28, 2012.
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